Here’s what you need to know about these five critical bills:
- SB 5116 would set a target of moving Washington State to 100 percent clean energy by 2045
- HB 1110 would help reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the transportation industry — the largest emitter of climate-busting carbon pollution in the state
- HB 1112 would phase out harmful “HFCs” — powerful climate-changing gases that threaten human health and the environment
- SB 5811 would require a percentage of cars sold in WA be zero-emission vehicles
- HB 1257 would help make buildings more energy efficient
- House Speaker Frank Chopp: (360) 786-7920 ·
- Majority Leader Pat Sullivan: (360) 786-7858 ·
- Majority Caucus Chair Eric Pettigrew: (360) 786-7838
Call on the Washington State Senate to Address Our Wildfire Crisis – Add Your Name to dedicate $62.5 million a year for wildfire
The Amazon is home to 10% of the species on the planet, produces 20% of our oxygen, and sucks in and stores more carbon pollution than any other place on Earth.
This magical forest is literally helping keep us all alive!
2020 Presidential Candidates must debate environmental policy
– MoveOn and Youth Climate Strike
It’s time to end the climate silence once and for all.
Demand a Democratic debate where climate justice is front and center.
Have you wondered what electric vehicles are like up close?
Activists rally for woman on hunger strike Supporting Orcas
– Peninsula Daily News
Fort Worden State Park
will host ﬁrst-ever Global Earth Repair Conference in Port Townsend
San Fransisco and Chico Declare A Climate Emergency
– The Climate Mobilization
WA House passes 100% Clean Electricity SB 5116
– NW Energy Coalition
Go solar and support the Sierra Club – Get a Savings Estimate
$1,000 for you, $1,000 for the Sierra Club
This is a HUGE victory for fish habitat protection – Sound Action
“A Message from the Future with Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.”
– The Intecept and the Sunrise Movement
The Chrysalis Symposium: Courageous Transformation for the Climate Crisis – Oregon State University
Join Spring Creek Project for an afternoon symposium with climate change thought leaders, practical workshops, and a reception with community discussions to help make the connections we’ll need for the years ahead.
When: Sunday, May 5, 2019 from Noon to 7:30 p.m.
Where: LaSells Stewart Center in Corvallis, Oregon (875 SW 26th St)
Is there really Environmental Inequity? – Video by The Years Project
Winona LaDuke Calls for Indigenous-Led “Green New Deal”
– DemocracyNow! Video
Meet the Famed Climate Attorney Who Superglued Herself Outside Shell’s U.K. HQ – DemocracyNow! Video