Why we are 350: Scientists overwhelmingly agree that 350ppm CO2 is the upper limit to sustain life as humans have lived it. For 800,000+ years atmospheric CO2 varied between roughly 180 to 280ppm (graphic).

The numbers: Mauna Loa Observatory - SETTING RECORDS!

  • CANCELLED: TODAY'S Chase Bank Protest Due to Smoke
  • You've got to LOVE this Petition!
  • Tuesday, July 11, 7pm: From the Climate Files: Exxon Knew!
  • Upcoming Events - "See you in September" - Mackinac Bridge & NYC
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CANCELLED Today Because of Wildfires

350MKE Fridays for Future
Fridays from 12:00 - 1:00 pm

​Chase & Wells Fargo Banks

Many banks (including Chase and Wells Fargo) are lending their depositor's money to fossil fuel companies to develop new fossil fuel production.

We want more people to be aware of this and hopefully change their bank or talk to the bank management!

We get honks and thumbs up from drivers and passersby.  Some people stop and have a chat about what the banks are doing, or ask, "What is fossil fuel?"
We're alternating between two Chase Bank locations.
Chase Bank Calendar:
We have signs, or bring your own!

Masks and Physical Distancing as appropriate
No protest Below 25F, Winter Advisory, Wet snow/rain (paper signs), AQI > 80

Petition from 350.org National

Each year, our summers are longer and hotter and climate disasters become more frequent and intense — especially wildfires, tornadoes, and hurricanes.
The climate crisis drives these kinds of extreme weather events, but the real culprits are the fossil fuel companies that are actually causing the climate crisis itself.
Enough is enough. It's time that the media and the world turn up the pressure and hold the fossil fuel industry accountable for its role in this crisis. That starts with us taking action together today.
Will you add your name to our petition calling on the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to rename climate disasters after the fossil fuel companies that are causing them?>

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350 Milwaukee Meeting
Tuesday, July 11, 7 - 8:30pm

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Exxon Knew: Climate Files, Attribution Science, RICO
Tom Seery

Wisconsin for Environmental Justice
350 Milwaukee

The Facts: Exxon scientists predicted global warming with 'shocking skill and accuracy' starting in the 1970s

What's coming: Game changing’: spate of US lawsuits calls big oil to account for climate crisis

The Impact: ​Oregon county sues big oil over 2021 heatwave that killed dozens of people


Photo: A haze from Canadian wildfires hangs over Milwaukee, Tuesday, June 27, 2023. The haze from Canadian wildfires, which, along with higher ozone levels is continuing to create low visibility conditions and lead to air quality alerts throughout the area. Morry Gash/AP Photo

Time: Tuesday, July 11, 7 - 8:30pm

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Meeting ID: 818 7303 5880
Passcode: 809467

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Find your local number: https://us02web.zoom.us/u/kqojPZ0qE

Update on in-person meetings: The Steering Committee is looking at options.

Labor Day Weekend

Do you dream of a lakeside vacation, with people of like mind, enjoying the weather, delicious Indigenous food, paddling, music, and an art build? It’s happening Labor Day Weekend at the Straits of Mackinac, and we’re invited!

More on the 350MKE web page

Climate Week NYC
September 17 - 24

Climate Week NYC is the largest annual climate event of its kind, bringing together some 400 events and activities across the City of New York – in person, hybrid and online. Each year, business leaders, political change makers, local decision takers and civil society representatives of all ages and backgrounds, from all over the world, gather to drive the transition, speed up progress, and champion change that is already happening.

Climate Week NYC is hosted by Climate Group, an international non-profit whose purpose is to drive climate action, fast. Climate Group hosts the official program during the week that brings together the most senior international figures from business, government, civil society and the climate sector.

This year Climate Week NYC will be held from September 17-24, 2023. The event takes place every year in partnership with the United Nations General Assembly and is run in coordination with the United Nations and the City of New York.

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