350 New Hampshire

How We Work

How We Work & How We Win.

We have the technical and policy solutions that we need to stop the climate crisis but the fossil fuel industry and some of our elected officials are standing in the way. 350NH is building a people powered movement strong enough to take on the fossil fuel industry and force a just transition to 100% renewable energy. We train and mobilize hundreds of every day people to take action and we run grassroots campaigns to shut down fossil fuel infrastructure. We mobilize the public at big actions and events and we do state wide education about climate change.  We do not believe that the climate crisis can be addressed through market based solutions, educational campaigns or individual actions alone. Volunteers make up the vast majority of our movement. 

Read more about volunteer opportunities below or check out our Take Action page for more information. 

350NH is an independent affiliate of 350.org national and a leading member of the network of 160 plus local 350 groups in the USA. We are not legally or financially connected to 350.org national.

Volunteer Opportunities

There are lots of ways to get involved with 350NH!

  • 350NH Chapters are everyday people who come together to fight for climate action in their own communities and support 350NH campaigns.
  • 350NH Remote teams work on media, outreach, fundraising, and art.
  • 350NH Youth Organizing Program is a youth led program for high school students to do climate activism.
  • Trainings and community-building events are offered throughout the year and are planned by staff and volunteers.

We invite anyone to join us. Go to Take Action to sign up for a local chapter, team, or become a monthly sustaining member. We need you and appreciate you! Want to start a  new chapter, find three people who want to work on climate justice issues in your community, and then connect with a 350NH staff member. It’s that easy.

Donate to 350NH

As a small organization, we need your donations to continue our fight against climate change