Hot Off the Wire — 12/6/2019

Climate Strike with us Friday

Our survival can’t wait.

Opinion

Clallam County Carbon Emissions data move on hold

Commissioner Peach says collection company biased


A Thanksgiving Call for Climate Action
By Mark Dunlea, Green Education and Legal Fund

Climate change deniers are increasingly angry and hostile — Medium
Cognitive dissonance at being forced off of position after position is leading to anger

LETTERS: Demand leaders take action against climate crisis now — Peninsula Daily News

Solutions

Week 1: Make cleaning up a part of your daily habits
REI — Take part: Dec. 1–7, 2019
Week 2: Go bagless. Carry reusable bags for all shopping
REI — Take part: Dec. 8-14, 2019

Yes, You Can Change Someone’s Mind — Yes! Magazine
But facts alone won’t do it, researchers say

Regional Actions

We need you to take action: Three ways you can act right now to hold polluters accountable

Attend a Public Hearing
for Clean Transportation

Thursday, December 19, 2019 at 11:00 AM – 8:00 PM PST

Washington State Convention Center
705 Pike Street, Seattle, Washington 98101

Tell our Congressional delegation to
support solar:
text “DefendTheITC” to 52886

(Wait, “text Congress”?? Yep. That widget is from SEIA, the Solar Energy Industries Association. Nationally, hundreds of thousands have used it to contact Congress. And given the momentum in DC, it’s clearly working. So add your message to bring it home!)

National Actions

Local/Regional News

Stream Walks offered beginning December 2nd on Ennis Creek
— Friends of Ennis Creek

OCA Supports the Sustainable Farms and Field Initiative
Sustainable Farm and Fields Support Sign-on Letter

Washington deals setback to Kalama methanol refinery!
— Washington Environmental Council

National/International News

350.org
What’s Up with Banking and Climate

Greta Thumberg Arrives Back in Europe to Attend Climate Talks
— DemocracyNow! video

Inspiration

Psychologists Explain How To Stop Overthinking Everything — Medium
Overthinking can lead to serious emotional distress and increase your risk of mental health problems

Here: Poems for the Planet is a lovesong to a planet in crisis. Summoning a chorus of over 125 diverse poetic voices