A neighbor of an Amish family had a large metal pole shed that they no longer wanted. The Amish Family said they wanted it. How will you move it they were asked??? They replied that some of their friends would help them move it to his property about 800 yards away.?? 250 friends showed up!
Umbra is Grist’s advice columnist who tries to provide well-researched answers to a wide variety of climate-related questions
Global COVID-19 Containment: Confirmed Cases, Updated Daily
This continuously updated chart provides a more complete look at the efficacy of COVID-19 containment strategies.
— Visual Capitalist
Can Redeem the Soul
of Our Nation
Though I am gone, I urge you to
answer the highest calling of your heart and
stand up for what you truly believe.
By John Lewis | July 30, 2020
What Have We Done to the Whale?
The creatures once symbolized our efforts to save the planet; now they demonstrate all the ways we have devastated it.
By Amia Srinivasan | August 17, 2020
An Update to the 2916 Paper
“The Lower Snake River Reservoirs Generate Significant Amounts of Methane, a Potent Greenhouse Gas” | July 2020
Is Economic Growth the Wrong Goal?
A podcast by Kate Raworth, author of Doughnut Economics
Roots Deeper than Whiteness: Remembering who we are for the well-being of all
Waking ourselves for the benefit of all
Week 39: Celebrate the 104th anniversary of the National Park Service by getting outside
Take part: Aug. 23–29, 2020
OCA Joins 41 Organizations
Asking Governor Inslee to Oppose
Roberts Bank Terminal 2 near Vancouver, BC
Transformative Climate Advocacy –
Engaging the Personal and the Political
September 11 – December 4, 2020,
9–10:30 am Pacific
View the movie now | Reinventing Power: America’s Renewable Energy Boom
First of four mass calls happened Wednesday, August 12th at 5pm PDT,
with three more meetings taking place through November elections
Forest Carbon Management Report
The Status of Science
on Forest Carbon Management to Mitigate Climate Change
(June 1, 2020)
Do Mountain Forests Hold the Answers for Climate Science? — Yes! Magazine
Foresters Could Lead on Carbon Drawdown
Most standard, plantation-style commercial forests in the region hold less than a third of the carbon of old-growth stands. In the face of mounting pressure to reduce emissions, this shortfall offers an opportunity. Sightline profiles one forester in Oregon who is leading by example.
Professor in a tree over TransMountain Pipeline vows not to come down
— The Seattle Times
Community Solar Basics
Links to the recorded sessions:
Consumers (Episode 1)
Programs/Policy (Episode 2)
Project Development (Episode 3)
Harvard Kennedy School Executive Education is now offering a new online program Climate Change Policy: Economics and Politics — October 5-9, 2020
Michelle Lujan Grisham, the governor of New Mexico,
called for urgent climate action
— The New York Times
COVID-19 Lockdown Demonstrates How Economy-Wide Transformation Can Halt Climate Change
We’re already down to 0% for the year
Climate in Politics
Vote Safely and Securely!
Volunteer to text voters in battleground states
Sign up today
All you need is a computer and an internet connection
— NRDC Action Fund
Emotional Resilience Toolkit for Climate Work
From Climate Therapy Alliance via Grace Hope of 350.org
Join Hank Lentfer for Raven’s Witness:
Lessons From a Life in Alaska’s Wilderness.
— Sponsored by the Alaska Wilderness League
Tuesday, August 25, 2020 4:00 – 5:00 PM
INTERVIEW WITH EDITOR JOHN FREEMAN
“Why focus on climate change in your third anthology?”
- 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
- Of Drought and Flooding Rains
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