Let’s Stand with the Wet’suwet’en for the Salish Sea
On March 15 from 12-2 there will be a rally in Port Angeles at the Coho ferry terminal in solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en fight. The rally is an opportunity for indigenous and non-indigenous folks on the Peninsula to share songs, prayer, and drumming and show the Wet’suwet’en that we stand with them. We will also have fliers to give ferry riders so they know why we are there.
The contact for this action is Tyler Munk. (360)780-0573. Call or text, or email at email@example.com.
Clallam County Department of
Health and Human Services
UW School of Public Health releases Q & A Video
EDGE’s disaster response expert, Nicole Errett, weighs in with advice about what to do and not to do in the face of the current novel coronavirus outbreak
Visualizing the History of Pandemics
Let’s just put COVID-19 under the microscope, so to speak
And what stocks are weathering the storm?
The Pandemic Economy — Visual Capitalist
The Dos and Don’ts of ‘Social Distancing’
Experts weigh in on whether you should cancel your dates,
dinner parties, and gym sessions — The Atlantic
Week 12: Go meatless one day this week
Take part: Feb. 16–22, 2020
Join us on #FridaysForFuture
Noon to 1:00 at the Port Angeles downtown fountain
Let’s put We The People back in democracy
Citizen Climate Assembly Washington
Although the legislative session is closing down today, a summit is something our Governor can and should organize (to at least be ready to go once the virus recedes), and Michael is sitting in the Governor’s office all day today to bring this message home.
Please add your own voice!
This is a series I’m writing on climate change for our local monthly newspaper. I wanted to go back to the basics of the science behind climate change.
I’ll post them in coming Yarns.