$170K grant will facilitate climate planning
on the North Olympic Peninsula
HURRICANE SEASON IN A PANDEMIC
For many regions facing an active 2020 hurricane season, COVID-19 has created the potential for a double disaster. As state and local governments draft emergency plans, uncertainty lingers.
— The Atlantic
Week 27: Volunteer for a trail cleanup to celebrate National Trails Day.
Take part: May 31–June 6, 2020
New flow battery could help unleash renewable energy
USC scientists may have solved the storage problem that has long slowed the spread of renewables. — USC News
Join me on Thursday, May 28, for our next Saving Life on Earth discussion about our work to shift the way we eat toward Earth-friendly diets
Center for Biological Diversity
Will you join us in starting a global conversation about the relationship between COVID-19 and the climate crisis?
Take the Pledge
YOU’RE INVITED: Join us on June 8th – World Oceans Day – for the first-ever international online rally against cruise ship pollution — Stand.earth
On Thursday, May 28th at 4 pm PDT, join a lively and deep discussion about the Tar Sands Trial. Learn about the pending appeal hearing — June 4, 2020
Tell the Senate to pass the Heroes Act — 350Action
Four area Tribes are “still in” for climate action
High wildfire severity risk seen in young plantation forests — Oregon State University
“Stay Alive, Stay at Home, Organize”: Rev. Barber Sets June 20 for Poor People’s Digital March on DC — DemocracyNow! interview
June 2020 – Mass Poor People’s Assembly & Moral March on Washington
The Poor People’s Campaign – A National Call for Moral Revival
U.S. Representatives push for millions of restoration and resilience jobs — ConservationNWAdmin / May 20, 2020 / Legislation
Washington’s seven Democratic U.S. Representatives were among 79 Members of Congress who submitted a letter today to House leadership in support of funding for conservation projects that also provide good jobs.
Vandana Shiva: Everything I Need to Know I Learned in the Forest
We need to value nature’s biodiversity, clean water, and seeds. For this, nature is the best teacher. — Yes! Magazine
Both conservatives and liberals want a green energy future, but for different reasons — The Conversation
- Carbon dioxide:
Nature’s tiny solar panels
- Take a deep breath
- Galileo Fixes Everything
- A Silver Lining
- If You Don’t Like the Heat,
Get Out of the Kitchen
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.
INTERVIEW WITH ARTIST
of Burning Worlds