PBS NewsHour — Science
There is currently no risk-free way to spend time indoors with the loved ones who live outside your home.
Consider having a “COVID conversation” ahead of time to make sure everyone is on the same page about safety.
Week 52: Celebrate a year of action by joining REI to #OptOutside once again!
Take part: Nov. 22–28, 2020
What a year. Thank you for doing your part to leave the world better than you found it. From all of us at REI, we’re proud of you and happy to have you on our side fighting for life outdoors. Sincerely, thank you.
Want some eco-friendly tips?
A new study says no, you don’t.
New research suggests that hearing eco-friendly tips like these actually makes people less likely to do anything about climate change. Oops!
Wednesday, December 9 to Thursday, December 10
This 7th “One River, Ethics Matter” conference will consider: epidemics and tribes, dams, treaty, salmon: impacts on the lower Columbia River and Estuary, floodplain real-estate for Portland-Vancouver: basin-wide impacts, need for basin-wide flood risk review, and youth, climate change, and the river: the ethics of inter-generation theft and stealing the future.
Climate Impacts Group at the University of Washington
EXCLUSIVE! — I Am Greta (2020) on B-Reel Films
FULL STREAMING of “I Am Greta”
Returns to Port Angeles
Fridays from Noon – 1:00
Clallam County Courthouse
223 E 4th St, Port Angeles, WA 98362
Coast to Coast Call to Action
The Indigenous people of the land have been under attack ever since the first invaders came to our shores. We have been defending our lands and protecting our waters for generations.
We call on you to join us in solidarity from Nov 23-29 as a national call to action to support and respect our sovereignty.
You can now help Minnesota organizers with the Line 3 tar sands pipeline
Join CE4B for the 2nd of 3 summits on building back better and securing climate justice for low-income communities and communities of color.
Mon, November 23, 2020
4:00 PM – 5:45 PM PST
Tell Biden: Stop Line 3 — 350.org
Join the Union of Concerned Scientists and faith leaders for a virtual discussion about how traditions can inform advocacy and action in response to climate change and racial justice.
Let’s get the WA Legislature to lead on climate action — Climate Solutions
Survivors of California’s Camp Fire are working together to heal the land and each other after the deadly wildfire.
San Francisco will ban the use of natural gas in new buildings starting next year
Joining 38 municipalities who have passed measures restricting gas hookups — Bloomberg Green
Reduce impacts of whalewatching on orcas!
— Washington Environmental Council
Ørsted strikes deal with labor union on U.S. offshore wind development
Danish company to train an offshore wind construction workforce for projects down the U.S. East Coast. — Grist
A new study shows Brown Dog ticks bite humans on hot days. Here’s why that sucks. — Grist
The second-hottest city in the US declared a climate emergency. Here’s what comes next.
Tucson, Arizona, is putting climate justice at the center of its plans. — Grist
Indigenous Communities on the Frontline as Two Climate Change-Fueled Hurricanes Slam Central America
Carbon-free energy rules move ahead in Arizona; renewable source requirement scrapped — AZCentral
Climate in Politics
A record 6 Native Americans were elected to Congress. Here’s where they stand on climate. — Grist
A new administration would enlist departments like Transportation, Agriculture and Treasury to advance its climate goals — The Washington Post
The election may be over, but it opened up a lot of old wounds about political differences — including the fact that several of my family members don’t seem to care much about climate change. — Grist
The world needs lithium.
Can Bolivia’s new president deliver it?
Lithium is one of the key resources driving the global clean energy transition.
Gregg Small November 8, 2020
This is the first in a series of articles on the election and what it means for climate action, especially in the Northwest.
Our climate action report is here—
now what’s ahead?
This is the second in a series of articles on the election and what it means for climate action, especially in the Pacific Northwest.