350 New Hampshire

Our History

Our History

For years we have been lied to by the fossil fuel Industry.  We’ve been told that if we just change our light bulbs and drink out of metal straws, we’ll all be fine.  This couldn’t be further from the truth. To stop the climate crisis, we need broad systemic and structural change to ensure a  just transition to 100% renewable energy. We launched 350NH because change doesn’t happen on its own.

350NH History

  • 2008: 350.org national is founded by a group of university friends in Vermont along with Bill McKibben who writes one of the first books on global warming for the general public.
  • 2009: organizing begins with coordinated days of action around the world. Independent local 350 groups begin to pop up as volunteers  gather around global calls to action.
  • 2012: We launch 350 New Hampshire.
  • 2014: We hire our first part-time staff member.
  • 2015: We launch the Offshore Wind campaign to bring offshore wind energy to the seacoast.
  • 2016: 350NH works on the Offshore Wind campaign.
  • 2017: We hire our first full-time staff member and send bus loads of people to the climate march in DC.
  • 2018: We launch the campaign to Stop the Granite Bridge fracked gas pipeline.
  • 2019: We launch our sister organization 350NH Action to work on the elections, we launch the No Coal No Gas campaign to end the use of coal in New England, we win the offshore wind campaign!
  • 2020: We launch Renew NH to pass a Green New Deal-inspired policies and we elect climate champions up and down the ballot.

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