Washington State Climate Assembly
The Climate Assembly Washington Initiating Team is looking for excellent candidates to serve as Program Assistant for the first-ever “Citizens’ Climate Assembly”
in the United States!
- A Walk to Remember
- This is Us
- The Princess Bride’s “inconceivable” remake
— A Grist Series
Baseball’s Stadium Workers Are Getting Peanuts From the Billionaire Owners
When baseball shut down, 39,000 stadium workers lost their jobs, and the MLB has done little to help them out. — The Nation
A message from Sierra Club President, Ramon Cruz, announcing a forum on systemic racism in the history of the Sierra Club.
An idiot’s guide to tyranny: Some thoughts about Timothy’s Snyder’s ‘On Tyranny’ — The Berkshire Edge
“Americans today are no wiser than the Europeans who saw democracy yield to fascism, Nazism, or communism in the twentieth century. Our one advantage is that we might learn from their experience. Now is a good time to do so.”
“6. Watch out for the paramilitaries. When the pro-Leader paramilitary and the official police and military intermingle, the game is over.”
— Timothy Snyder, from ‘On Tyranny’ | 2017
By Emily Gillespie, Devlin Barrett, Katie Shepherd and Mark Berman
–The Washington Post
Trump’s agents are sweeping peaceful citizens off the streets.
This is not America.
By Ruth Marcus — The Washington Post
Portland mayor tear gassed
after speaking with protesters
Healthcare vs. Military Spending, by Country
Isreal has the highest rate of military spending per capita, and has the distinction of being the only country on this list to invest more in defense than in healthcare.
6 Badass Acts of Resistance
Erased From History
There are entire generations of social justice activists and environmental protectors that we don’t learn about in school.
Yes Magazine —
A Brief (and Frustrating) History of the
“Minimum Viable Planet” is a weeklyish commentary about climateish stuff, and how to keep it together in a world gone mad. This week, on blame-shifting.
Why the Planet Needs You to Repair Your Broken Stuff
Week 35: Find a moment this week to be awed by nature
Take part: July 26–Aug. 1, 2020
“Eat to Live” Blog by Dr.Furhman
Save C02, save money, save your lives
$0.89/pound as thick rolled oats at Sunny Farms;
$5.00/pound in the form of Cheerios at Safeway.
“If we fail to rein in emissions, the catastrophic climate change that will follow will undermine attempts to tackle the other (food systems) dimensions we care about.” — Food Weekly
New nationwide case to protect public health and clean water rights
Join the Virtual Rally to Stop the Trans Mountain Pipeline
Thursday, July 23rd at 2pm PDT– Rainforest Action Network
Tell insurers to drop Trans Mountain — Stand.earth
Trans Mountain must secure insurance by August 31st
Tell Liberty Mutual, No Trans Mountain Pipeline!
— Rainforest Action Network
Tracking the Growing Wave of Oil & Gas Bankruptcies in 2020
— Visual Capitalist
Zurich is now the third insurer to drop the Trans Mountain pipeline
since we stepped up our pressure just a couple months ago
Add your voice Now! — Stand.earth
Monday, 27 July 2020
5:00 – 6:30 pm PDT
EVERY GIFT DOUBLED: Protect Public Lands from Fossil Fuel Development!
The City of Portland, Oregon, recently passed The Portland Clean Energy Fund (PCEF), the nation’s first successful climate justice ballot initiative
City of Port Angeles Climate Change Resilience Plan
Request for Proposals
Voters Candidates Forum of July 16
Patti Morris & Rick Paschall
Stories from the Youth Climate Movement in the Global South — Yes Magazine
Where Will Everyone Go?
ProPublica and The New York Times Magazine, with support from the Pulitzer Center, have for the first time modeled how climate refugees might move across international borders. This is what we found.
Beyond the Bag Challenge — OPENIDEO
How might we transport goods from retailer to destination in a way that is compatible with diverse retail systems, delivers ease and convenience for customers, and reduces environmental impact?
How China’s Plastics Ban Threw Global Recycling into Disarray
— Visual Capitalist
Huge win for clean air,
our climate, and communities
Also this week, a corruption case in Ohio that’s all about energy
Climate in Politics
Climate Action Voters – July Conversation
Winning an Environmental Majority in the Senate
Featuring Senate Candidate Cal Cunningham
Tuesday, July 28 at 1 pm PT
The DNC has released its draft platform, and it needs work on science,
clean energy jobs, fossil fuel finance, and cars.
Let’s tell them to make the platform stronger on climate.
— Climate Hawks Vote
- 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
- Rainfall, Evaporation and Desertification
- Runoff and Water Supplies
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. Nan
A Platform for Creative Exchange
Creative Summit & Fundraiser Replays
available through July 26!