SoCal 350 is joining Brown’s Last Chance, a campaign involving hundreds of public interest, environmental, health, justice, faith, labor, community and consumer organizations from California and around the world. 

Brown's Last Chance

Together, we are urging Governor Brown to stop the build out of dirty fossil fuel infrastructure, keep oil and gas in the ground, and take immediate action to protect those most vulnerable to climate change. Over 750 state, national, and international groups have signed on to a letter to Governor Brown calling for these actions to prevent further harm to our health, our communities, and the climate.

Sign the petition to tell Governor Brown to commit California to no new fossil fuels and put us on a path to real action on climate change and healthier communities.

It’s time for Governor Brown to step up. Click here to sign.


Hundreds RISE for Climate in LA to Stop Neighborhood Drilling

Rise for Climate, Los Angeles, SoCal 350

Los Angeles’ “Rise for Climate, Jobs and Justice” rally and block party called on the City Council, Archdiocese of Los Angeles to end neighborhood oil drilling and keep the AllenCo drill site closed. On Global Day of Climate Action, Hundreds of Angelenos Rallied in South Los Angeles to End Oil Drilling in LA Communities  On […]

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Rise for Climate Los Angeles: September 8

On September 8, the national Rise for Climate Day of Action is bringing people together for Climate, Jobs, and Justice, calling on state and local elected officials to take aggressive action on climate change, protect frontline communities, and create good jobs in the clean energy economy. Join us to Rise Together in Los Angeles on […]

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#StopCentennial: 75,000 Car Trips, Air Pollution and Climate Costs

The LA Planning Commission is re-hearing the Centennial proposal – a new sprawling mega-development. The commission has raised troubling questions about the project’s impact on water, climate and affordable housing that the developers couldn’t answer. We have a rare opportunity right now to stop this development before it ever gets going — a site with no affordable […]

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