In laying out a path forward that reflects both the urgency of the crisis as well as a profound understanding of social change, she has offered us an antidote to the despair that so often characterizes our responses to the climate emergency. Margaret’s vision will inspire thoughtful, powerful action in our communities- our best hope in restoring a safe climate and averting a dark future.
This is one of the most hopeful documents I’ve read in recent years.
–Jamila Raqib, Director of the Albert Einstein Institute and Strategic Non Violence Expert
“We Are the Meteor” — WNYC New York Public Radio Audio
Clallam County Work Session to review the County’s Shoreline Master Program update
on June 10, 2019 at 9:00 a.m.
Please answer this Sequim Gazette opinion position if you disagree:
Guest opinion: Removing Snake River dams is unwise
by Don C. Brunell — Tuesday May 28, 2019
Sign here to tell the Senate to reject Barry Myers
Trump’s corrupt, unqualified and sleazy NOAA nominee. — Action Network
The People’s GND Working Group
Look at what we’ve built — We Promise to Protect wrap-up video
Help guide the next phase of our work together by taking this quick supporter survey!
— Alliance for Jobs and Clean Energy
Weather News Updates
Increased variability of tornado occurrence in the United States — Science Magazine
After One More Day of Tornadoes, Hope for a Respite — The New York Times
Where’s Your 2020 Candidate on Climate? — Greenpeace
Greenpeace asked the 2020 candidates how they’ll act on the climate crisis if they become president. Here’s what they said… or didn’t say.
June Meditation for Climate Emergency — The Climate Mobilization
Sun, Jun 9, 2019 2:30 PM – 3:30 PM PDT
“Engineering with Nature”
premiering at SIFF at one of Seattle’s most iconic buildings
FREE to all!
1000 4th Ave, Seattle, WA
Only time all the experts (NOAA, USFWS, University of WA – Tacoma, Colorado School of Mines, King County & City of Seattle) will be at a showing for a Q &A. Also, after event planned to mingle with the stars!