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350 Seattle History

Founded in 2013, 350 Seattle has won numerous campaigns, growing and evolving the organization with every action and event. Take a look back at over 10 years of resistance.

Draw the Line fossil fuel event in Myrtle Edwards Park (2013)
Sept 21, 2013
Draw the Line
A national day of action in opposition to the Keystone XL tar sands project. Newly-formed 350 Seattle draws community to Myrtle Edwards Park. KXL's permit is later revoked during Obama's 2nd term and again under Biden.
Sept 21, 2013
Banner reads "Hell Yes!Shell abandons Arctic Drilling" kayaks are lined up on the water in Elliott Bay, Seattle, in front of the the Polar Pioneer, Shells massive Arctic drilling rig.
September 28, 2015
#ShellNo:
Several months after seeing its drilling rigs swarmed by kayaks at the Port of Seattle, Shell suspends Arctic drilling.
September 28, 2015
Promo ad for Break Free event
May 13 - 15, 2016
Break Free: Action at WA's Largest Single Point of Carbon Production
A weekend of teach-ins and a railroad blockade of oil trains in Anacortes, WA, where the Lummi, Swinomish, and Puyallup peoples bear the worst of our state's pollution.
May 13 - 15, 2016
Local solidarity with Standing Rock resistance to Dakota Access Pipeline
January 3, 2017
NoDAPL
Inspired by tribal resistance at Standing Rock and in local coalition with Mazaska Talks, 350 Seattle makes an appeal to the primary financier—Wells Fargo--of the Dakota Access Pipeline.
January 3, 2017
"Block the Gates" event in Tacoma, Washington to oppose Puget Sound Energy's construction of new natural gas storage facility
December 14-18, 2017
Block the Gates
A coalition of water protectors are invited by the Puyallup Tribe to stage a series of attempts to stop Puget Sound Energy's illegal construction of a massive fossil-gas storage facility near the Tacoma Tideflats, in Medicine Creek Treaty Territory.
December 14-18, 2017
Seattle City Council chambers with Green New Deal activists in attendance
June 24, 2019
Green New Deal @ Seattle City Council
The Seattle City Council commits to partnering with Got Green and 350 Seattle on a set of Green New Deal policy priorities for our city.
June 24, 2019
Amazon employees for climate justice stage a walkout in Seattle
Sept 20, 2019
Climate Strike with Amazon Employees for Climate Justice
Marching with climate-concerned tech workers as they stage a walkout at Amazon headquarters. More than 8,000 workers call on their employer to implement a company-wide climate plan.
Sept 20, 2019
Overhead shot of Chase Divestment action in downtown Seattle
Feb 19, 2020
ShutDown Chase
We shut down 2nd Avenue in front of Chase's corporate office. One of many actions against the world's largest financier of fossil fuels, JPMorgan Chase.
Feb 19, 2020
Cruise-free Salish Sea organizers at Seattle press conference
July 19, 2021
Cruise-Free Salish Sea Press Conference
Cruise ships in a post-pandemic world? 350 Seattle holds a press conference to demand cleaner, healthier policies from the Port of Seattle.
July 19, 2021
350 Seattle activists on steps of City Hall with banner reading "Climate Justice Not Cops"
October 12, 2021
Solidarity Budget
More than a year in the pandemic, we join a coalition to call on the mayor and council to center Seattle's most vulnerable population in the city budget.
October 12, 2021
350 Seattle Green New Deal Team campaigning for community resilience hubs
Sept 28, 2022
Healthy Through Heat and Smoke
350 Seattle's Green New Deal Team wins funding to upgrade half of Seattle’s 26 community centers. Following months of organizing, millions of dollars will be invested in climate resilience hubs via the metropolitan parks levy.
Sept 28, 2022
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