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Artivism in Nigeria to Fight Fossil Fuels

Ten climate activists from Niger Delta and the federal capital of Abuja attended that workshop organized by 350 Africa in the lead up to the Break Free Campaign which consisted in incredible, diverse and courageous actions on the six continents to challenge the oil industry to keep fossil fuels in the ground. The participants are (More...)

More rain, less freshwater: Why the government of Ghana needs to stop coal expansion

Heavy rainfalls in Accra, Ghana during the past week, induced 10 fatalities, injuries and destroyed properties. The survival of vulnerable communities remains high priority as the  country’s government urges citizens to move toward higher ground away from flooded areas so as to avert further fatalities. The months of May and June are known to be (More...)

Growing resistance to halt the first coal-fired power plant in Kenya

The Kenyan governmental plan to build a $ 2 billion coal-fired power plant in the area known as Kwasasi in Lamu county is facing continuous growing resistance from community members and activists, actively mobilising and working to stop a project which is likely to cause health damages to communities, contaminate water resources and decimate mangrove (More...)

We are hiring!

350.org is looking for a driven and creative Senior Digital Campaigner to coordinate the work of our online and offline mobilisation in the Arab World, and to collaborate with our team members with skill, sensitivity, and a razor-sharp strategic sense. About the position: Senior Digital Campaigner:  At 350.org, we believe in a safe climate and (More...)

Graffiti is Art not vandalism – By Jade Trueman

Graffiti is not vandalism. Graffiti is Art. Art is a form of communicating. Art is a form of making people uncomfortable. It is a mechanism which seeks to generate new thoughts and new ways of approaching challenges, without neglecting the foundation and history from which it comes. After attending the first 350 Africa Artivism workshop (More...)