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    Obey Awareness: Human Trial

    The number 350 means climate safety: to preserve a
    livable planet, scientists tell us we must reduce the amount
    of CO2 in the atmosphere from its current level of 400
    parts per million to below 350 ppm.
    We believe that a global grassroots movement can hold our
    leaders accountable to the realities of science and the
    principles of justice. That movement is rising from the
    bottom up all over the world, and is uniting to create the
    solutions that will ensure a better future for all. 350.org
    was founded by a group of university friends in the U.S.
    along with author Bill McKibben, who wrote one of the first
    books on global warming for the general public.
    When we started organizing in 2008, we saw climate
    change as the most important issue facing humanity — but
    climate action was mired in politics and all but stalled. We
    didn’t know how to fix things, but we knew that one
    missing ingredient was a climate movement that reflected
    the scale of the crisis.
    So we started organizing coordinated days of action that
    linked activists and organizations around the world,
    including the International Day of Climate Action in 2009,
    the Global Work Party in 2010, Moving Planet in 2011,
    and Climate Impacts Day in 2012. We held the “world’s
    biggest art installation” and “the most widespread day of
    political action in the planet’s history.” We figured that if
    we were going to be a movement, then we had to start
    acting like one.
    Today, 350.org works in almost every country in the world
    on campaigns like fighting coal power plants in India,
    stopping the Keystone XL pipeline in the U.S, and divesting
    public institutions everywhere from fossil fuels. All of our
    work leverages people power to dismantle the influence
    and infrastructure of the fossil fuel industry, and to develop
    people-centric solutions to the climate crisis.
    For more information, visit their website: 350.Org

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