350.org works with people around the world, using online tools to facilitate strategic campaigns, organizing, and public engagement actions to communicate both the realities of science and principles of justice in addressing the climate crisis.
The field program works to bring international and national policy more in line with the scientific necessities of tackling the climate crisis. This work is accomplished by building broad and deep connections to support an international network of climate activists, as well as identifying key moments to elevate an issue and advocate for social change.
The communications program works to shape the terms of debate on climate change internationally and domestically through a creative and incisive narrative, and a sophisticated media strategy encompassing both traditional and new media.
The digital program works to facilitate dialogue and organizing amongst individuals, organizers, and organizations in the global climate movement around the world. This work is accomplished through online media such as emails, blogs, and social networks, multimedia such as photo galleries and videos, and web tools such as online maps that allow users to more quickly and easily understand how to connect to a global movement for change.