Whether you’d like to volunteer your time, pledge your commitment, or contribute financially, there’s ways to help out and get involved.

So, what can I do to make a difference?

By visiting this page and showing an interest in our collective future, you’ve already begun to make a difference! In your personal journey towards a sustainable planet for all, there’s a number of ways you can get involved both online and through direct action. Here’s some handy ways you can help out:

Sign up to our mailing list: Scroll down to the bottom of the home page near the videos and the pledge, and on the left hand side you’ll see a mailing list that you can sign up to! You’ll get all the latest updates on our campaigns.

Contact your local 350 group: Check out the full list of Pacific Nations with 350 teams and find out lots of information about how climate change is impacting your country, and how your local 350 group is doing their bit. At the bottom of each page there will be a contact email address or facebook page – so you can get in touch. Additionally, all the updated contact details for each country will be available on the ‘contact your local 350 group‘ tab.

Not in the Pacific? 350’s map of the local groups available in each country can help:  Click here to go straight to an interactive map that shows the local groups available in each country, and how you can get in contact. Together with the main 350.org website, we’re working together to update the information for the local 350 Pacific groups. So hopefully your nearest group’s contact information will be available soon. If it’s not, contact the 350 Pacific core team.

350 Resources: Click here! You’ll find handy tips and resources for you to organise local projects & initiatives, make banners, fact sheets, and more! Maybe you could start your own 350 group in your home country?

Little lifestyle changes, large climatic benefits: Lets not forget that a great way to support the Pacific’s fight against climate change is to minimise our own contribution to the problem where we can. The web is jam packed with useful websites & tips on how to become greener, do a google search to find your own handy tips!

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