Brodie Brodie, March 19, 2016

Why hasn’t Congress acted on climate change?  Because oil and gas companies are big contributors to their election campaigns.  The biggest obstacle to climate action is political will, and one of the biggest influences on political will is money in politics.

But a first-of-its-kind gathering in our nation’s capital is putting We the People back in charge of OUR democracy.

Democracy Awakening  — organized by Public Citizen, the NAACP,, Civic Action, Sierra Club, Greenpeace USA, People For the American Way and over 200 other allies — will bring thousands of Americans to Washington, D.C., from April 16-18 for a long weekend of workshops, trainings, rallies, music, advocacy and direct action in support of money in politics reform and voting rights.

Thousands of people have said they want to attend and we need to call them to make sure they come.  350Hawaii will be joining a nationwide phonebanking effort from 1pm-3pm on Sunday, March 27, at 183 Pinana St. in Kailua.  We’ll have a simple script to follow and the phone numbers of friendly people who just need a nudge to make this event historic.

We’ll have ono pupus and drinks. Please reply to if you can help with this effort. Or you can do it from home at any time (but it’s not as fun!).


Brodie Lockard

100% clean energy Oahu by 2030!

To be delivered to Honolulu City Council: "The City and County of Honolulu should ban all new fossil fuel infrastructure, and move to 100% clean renewable energy for all by 2030."

Fight the Wood-Burning Power Plant!

To be delivered to Hawaii Dept of Health: "I oppose issuance of the NPDES Permit No. HI S000557 for stormwater runoff. I urge you to hold a public hearing on this destruction of our valuable natural resources. In addition, for Hu Honua injection wells, please require a NPDES permit, and hold a public hearing." Details are in the Campaigns menu above.