PBS News Hour
West Coast States’ Failure to Reopen Schools Is a Disaster
The ongoing closure is creating an educational, social, and mental-health crisis.
— The Nation
New eras are often marked by changes in language.
All it took for a boom in clean transport was a pop star, forward-thinking policy and a dash of civil disobedience.
— Inside Climate News
Climate Town Hall with
Olympic Climate Action and Local 20/20
will be cosponsoring the event on
March 10 at 5PM
Rep. Kilmer will provide an update on federal climate legislation and take questions from attendees. Stay tuned.
Tell Ecology: We Need New Rules for Fossil Fuels!
— Sierra Club Washington State
Take Action Network
Learn more about your emailed Daily Dashboard of Suggested Actions.
Tell your senators: Confirm Deb Haaland
Will you take one minute to write to your senators in support of her nomination? Every signature will be delivered immediately.
Deb Haaland’s Senate hearing set
— Indian Country Today
Nationwide Permits issued for commercial shellfish aquaculture ruled Unlawful
— Protect the Peninsula’s Future
After climate-protection drift and despair, Cascadia could be entering a new climate age.
Local and Regional Newsletters
Federal court rejects Montana coal mine expansion on climate, clean air grounds
— Western Environmental Law Center
A plan to expand France’s largest airport will no longer be taking off
A new paper argues that returning to estimates for the cost of carbon dioxide used in the Obama era would leave the U.S. far behind its Paris Agreement goals.
— Bloomberg Green
The US Returns to the Paris Agreement Today
— With Lots of Work Ahead for the World
Slashing emissions at home is only part of the challenge—the United States must also help other countries go green.
— The Nation
Climate in Politics
No More “Cap and Trade” Games
— The Retiree Advocate newsletter
Margaret Klein Salamon
is excited to tell you about the launch of her new project, Climate Awakening, which aims to unleash the power of climate emotions through thousands of small group conversations.
Climate Emotions Conversation
Share your climate terror, grief, and rage with people who understand.
An Existential Toolkit for Climate Educators:
Nan Bray is an oceanographer and climate scientist who has farmed superfine merinos near Oatlands, Tasmania since 2000
Note to Yarns from the Farm readers: This is a series of articles on climate change that I’ve written for our local monthly newsletter, the
Southern Midlands Regional News.