Save the Heritage Forests of the Toandos Peninsula
These forests are in Jefferson County, WA.
Some trees in this old growth forest are over 400 years old
Author Priya Parker shares tools for creating meaningful connections with friends, family and coworkers during the coronavirus pandemic — and shows how we can take advantage of gatherings that are unique to this moment of social distancing.
— TED Talks
Why Communities of Color & Incarcerated People Should Get Early Access to Shots
By Amy Goodman & Denis Moynihan
Only 7 of 25 major economies have stimulus packages that have a net-positive benefit for the climate and nature, researchers say.
— Thomson Reuters Foundation News
ARCHIVE PHOTO: A view of waterfall in the high Bolivian Andes where new species were revealed to science is seen in this handout photo in Zongo, La Paz, Bolivia March 19, 2017. Courtesy of Trond Larsen of Conservation International/Handout via REUTERS
As Wealthy Countries Hoard Vaccine Supply, Pandemic Could Rage in Poor Countries Until 2024
DemocracyNow! gives a thorough run-down of the current vaccine supply situation for the U.S. and the Globe, with comment by knowledgeable scholars and activists.
Thousands of service members have been diagnosed with the virus. Meanwhile, the military tells them they have to pay for the test out of pocket.
— The Nation
The last time there was a global pandemic, organized labor came together to protect each other and fight the boss.
— The Nation
As the pandemic plunged millions into economic insecurity, the burgeoning practice of mutual aid has been vital. But we must demand much more.
— The Nation
Evictions Are Violence: Millions Could Lose Homes Amid COVID Pandemic If Federal Moratorium Expires
Mapped: The Risk of Eviction and Foreclosure Across U.S. States
Which U.S. states are most at risk of experiencing mass evictions and foreclosures in the next two months?
Instead of conspicuous consumption, try the conspicuous sharing of
The surprising economics behind going all-electric
Washington Climate Assembly
Assembly Member Selection
Washington’s upcoming 2021 Legislative Session will be historic. Our Climate will cover the wide range of issues that are at stake this legislative session. You can watch the series as a full meal or a la carte! Register today and spread the word by sharing the Facebook event!
All Events are from 2:00pm-3:30pm
An Overview of Washington’s State Legislature
Washington’s Climate Crisis
Fixing Washington’s Upside Down Tax Code
Fighting for a Racially Just Washington
Saturday, January 9,
Sunday, January 10,
Saturday, January 16,
Sunday, January 17,
in Port Angeles
We will be taking a break until at least after the Holidays. But of course anyone who wants to stand in front of the courthouse on Fridays from 12 to 1 can.
Tell the US Senate:
Stop Utility Shutoffs for Families and Protect Workers
— Center for Biological Diversity
Port Angeles City Council Awards Contract to Begin Climate Action Plan Update
— Olympic Climate Action
Clallam County Commissioners to Work with the City of Port Angeles on Climate Plan
— Olympic Climate Action
Leavenworth, Washington — my hometown — is looking less and less like a winter wonderland.
Our Northwest Opportunity
Goals of Our Northwest Opportunity
- Abundant and harvestable salmon populations in the Columbia River Basin;
- Fulfillment of our federal treaty and trust responsibilities with Tribes in the Basin, honoring Tribes’ identity and cultural values;
- And a reliable, affordable, clean electric power system.
5 Years After Paris Agreement, World Is “Speeding in the Wrong Direction” on Climate
Governments around the world should all declare a state of climate emergency until the world has reached net zero CO2 emissions.
— The Guardian
The planet may have warmed 18 percent more than previously thought.
Greenpeace is taking Walmart to court over its false and misleading recycling labels on throwaway plastic
These are the countries mentioned in the Bible.
Cranky Uncle, an app released this month, uses an immunization approach to teach people the ins and outs of anti-science propaganda.
Watch the December 9
National Stop Line 3 Rally
Climate in Politics
What the heck is a climate czar??
Please send a message to Rep. Derek Kilmer urging him to stand with Indigenous Peoples and speak out publicly against the Line 3 pipeline.
After sending more than a million letters in 2018, volunteers sent a goal-shattering 17.5 million letters in October 2020 alone, contributing to record-breaking voter turnout in a critically important election.
Together, you wrote:
- A letter to every single voter who met our targeting criteria in 20 critical states.
- Letters to 2.3 million voters in Wisconsin, Arizona, and Georgia, where outcomes were determined by fewer than 45,000 votes.
- Enough handwritten letters lined up in a row to span from Seattle to Miami.