Gazette opinion: Changing climate matters in Montana
THE EDITORIAL BOARD of the Billings Gazette — Sep 22, 2019
“The speed of change calls us to action for the sake of our kids and grandkids.
Believe the science and support changes to address our changing Montana climate.”
By Jacques Leslie — October 10, 2019
As renewable energy becomes cheaper than hydropower and the
presence of dams worsens the plight of salmon, pressure is mounting in
the Pacific Northwest to take down four key dams on the lower Snake
River that critics say have outlived their usefulness.
Adaptation Planning for Coastal Communities with NOAA
December 4-5, 9 am-4:30 pm in Mount Vernon.
The two-day class is $175 and includes lunch and materials.
YOUR VOICE MATTERS:
Tell Wheeler and Trump to put our health and climate before corporate polluters
— Sierra Club
Tell the EPA to Protect Our Water and Air: DON’T Gut Coal Ash Safety Standards
Reject Trump’s Attacks on States’ and Tribes’ Ability to Protect Their Water
Act Now: Tell the EPA to uphold our basic clean water protections!
— Washington Environmental Council
Please join us on Wednesday, October 23 for a Webinar on the fight to stop the expansion of the gas industry — Sierra Club
Date: Wednesday, October 23 Time: 11:00 am PT
See the shadowy, oily side of Wells Fargo and their fossil fuels finance
— Sierra Club, Beyond Dirty Fuels
will be converging on the central coast community of Bella Bella to open a grand hall.
A collaborative project of the Clallam County League of Women Voters
and local community partners
Part 1: The Story of Water:
Tuesday, November 12 at noon
The Sequim Chamber of Commerce meeting at the Guy Cole Event Center
November 13: Olympic Mountain Glaciers and Snowpack:
Changes and Future Challenges
– Bill Baccus, Olympic National Park
6:30 PM Sequim City Hall Council Chambers
Local 20/20 Climate Prep group is bringing Andy Haub from the city of Olympia to talk in PT about Olympia’s Sea Level Rise plan.
October 31, 1:30 at the Pope Marine Building at 100 Madison St in Port Townsend
From southern Nevada to New York City, the climate crisis is causing ongoing water problems. The Water Utility Climate Alliance is working hard to ensure cities are prepared.
“The community has really recognized that climate change wasn’t this far-off thing—it’s very real.”
— Yes! Magazine
This Is Not a Drill: 700+ Arrested as Extinction Rebellion Fights Climate Crisis with Direct Action
Extinction Rebellion Shuts Down Times Square as Climate Activists Superglue Themselves to a Boat — DemocracyNow!