Helpful information on how to keep the momentum going after your event.

  1. Debrief and reflect.
    People join actions for the change — but also for the feelings that a community can give. We can cement those with a good debrief that allows us to learn new things admit mistakes, show forgiveness, be excited together, and hear stories of success.You can follow this flow: 

    • Have one person recount what happened directly before, during, and after the action, as well as any key takeaways. Other members of the team can add in afterwards.
    • Everyone share one thing that worked really well, and one thing that they think could be improved for next time. Encourage people to not repeat ideas that emerge. 
    • Everyone share one way they’ve grown as an organiser through the action. (One new thing you tried or did from this action?)
    • Have one person share any next steps and cheer each other on!
  2. Form a local group (if you’re not part of any in your area yet)
    Just three people who commit to working together, is enough to start a climate justice group. Some key tips for getting started:

    1. Together, agree on a clear goal and purpose of your group, that motivates and unites you all.
    2. Be very clear about the scale of your work. Are you organizing a climate justice community in a specific neighborhood, town, city or a region?
    3. Agree your ‘way of working’ together. You could agree to start out with small, simple steps like hosting a movie screening, a discussion over a shared meal, or a meeting with a local politician, and grow from there. Or if you’re feeling confident and strong, you can dive straight in to bigger and bolder actions, like holding a protest, gathering hundreds of supporters names to pressure politicians, or making noise in local media.

    Here are some resources that may help you get your group started!

    Organiser Library         Forming a group          Workshop guide

  3. Register and join our partner network
    We believe a powerful global network of groups campaigning in their local contexts is essential to stop the climate crisis. Your group’s work, alongside the thousands of other groups out there, is the heart and soul of this people-powered movement. This is how to link your group to the wider 350 network:

    1. Check that your group meets the 350 network guidelines
    2. Understand what it means to be a part of the 350 network
    3. Submit your group application
  4. Share your content
    If you haven’t already, send 3-5 of your best photos and video clips to help us create a global gallery of multimedia from all the actions to
    Consider writing a blog about your experience. If you’re interested in this, e-mail us at