There is a world of learning out there. We are standing on the shoulders of the movements and activists who came before us.

We encourage 350PDX volunteers to be on an ongoing journey of learning through their time as activists. This page has dozens of prerecorded trainings and resources for you to get skilled up.

There are so many trainings and resources out there it can be overwhelming to know where to start. So we’ve split them into more manageable levels: Foundational, Core, and Advanced. There is also a section for upcoming Live trainings that we’re putting on in the near future.

But first you should check out our new Summer School online course below.

Climate Movement Fundamentals

A free, self-paced, online course that explores the fundamentals of the climate justice movement. 25 video lessons take you through three sections:

  • People Power 101
  • Climate Justice 101
  • Finding Your Place In The Movement

This course was originally called 350PDX Summer School, as we made it over the summer of 2022, but the content is relevant all year round. In some of the videos you might hear it referred to as Summer School, so just a heads up!

Click here to enroll in the course.


Trainings and resources that everyone in the movement should be familiar with

Justice Resources

Organizing Resources


Level up your skills

Organizing Resources

Listen to & Uplift BIPOC Voices in Climate & Environmental Movements

BIPOC stands for “Black, Indigenous, people of color.” It’s imperative that we directly listen to and learn from from those with the lived experience of oppression, including environmental and climate injustice.

Green Voices of Color, compiled by Mary Annaïse Heglar, a Black climate justice writer (read her work on Medium and follow her on Twitter!)

Black Environmentalists Talk About Climate and Anti-Racism

11 Young Climate Justice Activists You Need to Pay Attention To

The Red Nation Podcast – dedicated to the liberation of Indigenous peoples from colonialism.

White People’s Role in Environmental Justice & Dismantling White Supremacy

Understand the above problems, but don’t know what to do next? Here are some things to keep in mind for antiracist organizing.

Anti-Racism Resource List

Campus Environmental Group Insists ‘White People Step Back’

11 Things White People Can Do to Be Real Anti-Racist Allies

5 Ways White People Can Take Action in Response to White and State-Sanctioned Violence

SURJ (Showing Up for Racial Justice) VALUES

The Guide to Allyship

Got resources or trainings to add to this list? Email and we’ll be glad to add them!