350 Dreamers was created in response to a call to action by environmentalist and author Bill McKibben, founder of 350.org. McKibben and 350.org asked people worldwide to take part in a grassroots day of consciousness raising and political action by planning creative and attention-getting actions to take place on October 24th, 2009.

I started 350 Dreamers after hearing a talk by McKibben, which stirred my desire to get involved by involving my core values:

  1. A belief in the power of dreams,
  2. A belief in the beauty of community and communal action and
  3. A commitment to healing on all levels from personal to planetary.

So, as we near 350.org’s global day of action (October 24) and 350 Dreamers’ final two  group dreams (on the nights of September 23 and October 23 respectively) I want take this opportunity to get the word out far and wide about who we are and what we are doing.

As of today we have 330 members from all over the U.S. and an impressive list of countries worldwide including Argentina, Belgium, Canada, Denmark Israel, Japan, Mexico, Panama, Wales … and many more!

Let’s tell the world about it:

  1. Invite your friends and colleagues from around the corner and around the world to join us.
  2. Mention 350 Dreamers and 350.org on your blog, at meetings, at your dinner table and at dinner parties … you get the idea.
  3. Let your local DJ, blogger, print or broadcast journalists know about what we’re up to. There is a press release posted under the “Media” tab on this blog that you can copy and paste into emails onto your web site, etc.

In the meantime, I look forward to dreaming with all of you on the night of Wednesday, September 23.

Dream Big!