On Saturday, October 24, people in 181 countries are coming together for what many are describing as the most widespread day of environmental action in the planet’s history.They’re gathering to call for strong action and bold leadership on the climate crisis.
Specifically, the web-based campaign called “350.org” is calling on people from around the world to organize an action that in some way incorporates the number “350” at an iconic place in their community. Then, 350.org wants people to upload a photo of their event to the 350.org website.
“We’ll collect these images from around the world and, with your help, deliver them to the media and world leaders. Together, we can show our world and its decision-makers just how big, beautiful, and unified the climate movement really is,” the website says.
The number “350” represents 350 parts per million, the level scientists have identified as the safe upper limit for CO2 in our atmosphere.
For more information on the 350 International Day of Climate Action and other 350.0rg initiatives, see the 350.org website.