Vote early, Campaign often

First Friday of the Month
Angeles Brewing | 5:00 p.m.
Climate Clock is counting down

In Solidarity
All Our Relations

Black Lives Matter

We hold General Meetings the first Sunday of the month, 3-5 pm, where we determine our activities and campaigns.
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Getting-out the Vote

Nationwide efforts are underway to motivate Climate voters

Sierra Club
Climate Voters

There is a role for EVERYONE in this fight, and we need all hands on deck. We promise to make it fun and rewarding and as easy as possible.

Common Power
Action Days

We mobilize volunteers for voters around the country, while investing in the next generation of leaders and building lasting community. Because we believe the most common power we should all have is the power of our vote.

Sign Up for GOTV Phone Banks

Sunday, October 25 though
Tuesday, November 3

Other efforts aim to promote safety while voting

Break out the Banners and Lights:
Defend the election Oct. 18-24

  • Projecting light onto a building at nighttime (this can be done with a projector and laptop)
  • Hanging a banner
  • Creating a public display of “ballot boxes” with #CountTheVotes messaging

Protect the Results: Prepare to Protest Training Series THIS Monday

Preparing to Defend the Election

This Thursday and next Tuesday we’re hosting meetings that will cover the state of national strategies and how to best prepare and plug in locally.

Climate Vote Project Toolkit

  • Turn out environmental voters to the polls
  • Combat voter suppression
  • Register our base to vote and vote by mail

OCA Signs letter to DNC for a ban on fossil fuel executives, lobbyists in campaign and administration

You can Tell Joe Biden:
Keep Fossil Fuel Influence Out

Dear Vice President Biden . . .



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To Sequester or Not to Sequester, That Is the Question!
Petitioners tell DNR:
Words are good, but a real climate policy would be better!

On Oct 7th, the Washington Environmental Council, Washington Conservation Voters and Washington Forest Law Center sent this further request to the July 7, 2020 response from the WA State Department of Natural Resources. The original twenty-six page petition sent a year ago, requested DNR and BNR develop a climate policy for State lands, explicitly including the management of State lands for climate mitigation. OCA wrote a letter in support. We are watching how this transpires.

What is Carbon Offsetting?

Visual Capitalist examines the carbon offsetting principle. “Carbon offsetting programs such as the one implemented by California have the potential to generate revenues and encourage innovation. Critics, however, have suggested it has a number of design issues.”


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Scientific Resources
COVID Resources & Information

A Climate Basics Series

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Nan Bray is an oceanographer and climate scientist
who has farmed superfine merinos near Oatlands, Tasmania since 2000

A Climate Basics Series

This is a series on climate change that I’ve written for our local monthly newsletter, the Southern Midlands Regional News. I wanted to go back to the basics of the science behind climate change.

Cheers, Nan

Leading Australia’s Antarctic Program

Women in Science first for Tasmania
— Australian Antarctic Division