350 Kingston

Climate Crisis 350 Kingston

Our world is on life support: there is Climate chaos and species are going extinct at an unprecedented rate.  We are not yet headed towards a more habitable, just future.  Instead the Canadian government, banks and industry continue to focus on fossil fuel development and resource extraction.

At 350Kingston we want to take local actions that drive us closer to sustainability while addressing social justice.  With our many skills, passions and grassroots power we can confront the crisis with urgency and courage, moving toward our vision of a better world.

If you’d like to help, subscribe to our mailing list (see sign up section at the bottom of the page), volunteer, or come on out to a meeting or protest.  Join the movement!

Congratulations to the  Anglican Diocese who have passed a resolution that their carbon footprint will be reduced 50% by 2030. 


October is PLANTIFUL!  We want to celebrate the importance of plants in our diets – for our health, the health of our world, and other animals.  Make a pledge to add more plants to your diet, and to share your intention with family and friends.   Post it on your fridge!  You’ll find help here with recipes, events, webinars and even a Cook-a-long online!  Here is a sample recipes.  < Click on link.

On Sunday October 1 at 6:00 and Wednesday October 18 at 6:00, Plant-based Kingston folks are hosting Potlucks.  This welcoming group has been meeting for years, to share meals and ideas about food.  Join us!  Bring a plant-based dish to share, as well as a plate or bowl and cutlery for yourself.   Community House, 99 York St.

50 by 2030 Kingston

At 350 Kingston, we are joining other communities in trying to persuade our Council to adopt the science based target of reducing our community wide  GHG (Greenhouse Gas) emissions by at least 50% by 2030.  

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350 Kingston is an environmental group based in Kingston, Ontario, Canada  fighting climate change by advocacy, personal actions, and education.