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RAVEN DeBriefs are conversations between Indigenous thinkers, legal experts, organizers and community leaders exploring the shifting legal landscape upon which moments of crisis — and opportunity — are built
Episode One : The Power of Music to ‘up the Auntie’ in us all
Week 14: Ask a friend to join you in reducing your impact and acting on climate change
Take part: March 1–7, 2020
How to Raise Climate-Resilient Kids
— Yes Magazine
In the face of climate change, children need positive stress as well as compassion to maintain mental health and inform their responses
Electrification of heavy transport is critical to the energy transition
— Rocky Mountain Institute
THE CHEHALIS AT A CROSSROADS: PLANS FOR A FLOOD CONTROL DAM THREATEN THE HEADWATERS
If a dam is built, the populations of spring and fall Chinook that spawn above the dam site may go extinct
FIGHTING CLIMATE CHANGE & ITS EFFECTS
Climate Change: *NEW UPDATES* Reduce greenhouse gas emissions and enact measures to promote climate resiliency.
Energy: *NEW UPDATES* Advocate for clean and renewable sources.
NATURAL RESOURCES: Protect and restore:
Forests & Rivers: *NEW UPDATES* Protect our forests from wildfires and preserve as important carbon sinks. Protect our free-flowing rivers from dams, disturbance, and depletion.
Water: *NEW UPDATES* and *ACTION ALERT* Protect the quality and quantity of our water supply.
Call for a Citizens’ Assembly on Climate
Will you encourage the Governor to announce an Assembly?
Please urge your legislators to pass the Climate Pollution Limits bill now!
— Climate Alliance
Urge your Washington state legislators to support these important bills now!
— NRDC Action Fund
It is time to address plastic pollution in Washington.
Urge Your Legislator to Pass The Reusable Bag Act — Puget SoundKeeper
Fight for Climate Congress 2020
Sign up now to join the webinar on March 10,
with a special message from Bill McKibben on how you can get involved in the fight for Climate Congress 2020!
SOUTHERN RESIDENT KILLER WHALES & COLUMBIA/SNAKE RIVER CHINOOK: A REVIEW OF THE AVAILABLE SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE
Office of the Governor – 900 Court Street NAE, Suite 254 – Salem, OR 97301-4047 – Phone: 503-378-4582
17 utilities, environmental groups ask NW governors to address lower Snake River issues — The Energy Activist
In observance of Billy Frank Jr. Day
Willie Frank III, Billy’s son, will speak on
– Saturday, March 7, 2020, at
– Quimper Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (QUUF),
– 2333 San Juan Avenue, Port Townsend at 7:00 pm.
Billy Frank Jr. Day, which was established by Washington State, November, 2015, when President Obama awarded Frank a posthumous Presidential Medal of Freedom. The following month, the Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge was renamed in Frank’s honor.
This event is free and open to the public
Jordan Cove LNG pipeline in Oregon was just dealt a major setback and is now delayed indefinitely
Who’s banking the Coastal GasLink pipeline? — Rainforest Action Network
Leaked report for world’s major fossil fuel financier says Earth is on unsustainable trajectory
— The Guardian and also BBC News . . .
- Axios: JPMorgan Chase to pull support for some fossil fuels
- Washington Post: JPMorgan Chase takes baby step toward curbing fossil fuel loans
- Reuters: JPMorgan Chase plans to unveil climate initiatives at investor day
- Rainforest Action Network (RAN)
- Sierra Club and Gwich’in Steering Committee
Please help pressure the remaining major U.S. banks to follow their lead.
— Alaska Wilderness League
How the Climate Crisis Is Making the Spread of Infectious Diseases Like Coronavirus More Common — DemocracyNow! interview
Climate in Politics
The American Heartland Institute
is supporting climate change deniers in Germany with the goal of undermining climate protection measures
How JPMorgan Chase
Became the Doomsday Bank
The financial giant is the fossil-fuel industry’s biggest lender. Protesters hope a national campaign of civil disobedience will force it to change course
By Bill McKibben
Want to hear more about how climate change is factoring into the election? Climate 2020 is the podcast for you.