Climate Change; The Decisive Decade
Talk by the legend Jonathon Porritt
Thursday, June 3 | 9:30 — 11 am PT
The Climate Kids Are Alright:
How Nine Girls Beat the Oil Industry in the Ecuadorian Amazon
The International Olympic Committee is a not-for-profit independent international organization made up of volunteers, which is committed to building a better world through sport.“International Olympic Committee
Athletes must sign to absolve IOC from harm,
even if the athlete dies from COVID-19.
Sadly, the situation for old growth forests is significantly worse today than it was during the Clayoquot Sound protests in the 1990’s.”
A GiveGreen Climate Conversation with Majority Leader Chuck Schumer
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The 350.org US team is developing a new campaign focused on pressuring the Federal Reserve to aggressively tackle the climate crisis.
350 is hosting a call on
Wednesday, May 26 | 5:00 pm PT
to present more details on this campaign and answer questions.
Help co-design the Federal Reserve campaign.
Take 350’s Survey
The City of Port Angeles is working toward an inventory of its Greenhouse Gas contributions to our atmosphere. There seems to be some controversy over the urgency of the effort. The report on the right, talks about this very process.
Please read the Abstract paragraph to see what’s up.
Drought continues to worsen in the Pacific Northwest
— National Integrated Drought Information System
Diving into the Fish and Climate Change Database (FiCli)
— United States Geographic Survey
Around 84 percent of the western U.S. is under some level of drought.
— PBS News Hour
Learn about potential climate hazards so you can protect vulnerable assets.
Report: Climate-resilient Infrastructure
— Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
- Executive Summary
- 1. Defining climate-resilient infrastructure
- 2. Planning and designing climate-resilient infrastructure
- 3. Strengthening the enabling environment for climate-resilient infrastructure
- 4. Mobilizing investment in climate-resilient infrastructure
- 5. Coverage of infrastructure in national climate risk assessments in OECD and G20 countries
- 6. Useful tools and reports
- 7. References
Local and Regional Newsletters
In the Driftless, a rare combination of geological quirks has preserved ancient ecosystems. But climate change is coming.
— Atlas Obscura
(01:35) Questioning Biden’s commitment to climate action
(13:06) Abortion debate heats up at state and federal level
(26:05) Understanding capital gains taxation
(38:36) Public education under attack
(51:21) Woodlice and loopers and squirrels, oh my!
- Wednesday, June 9 | 12:00 PT: Elections Have Consequences: Combatting the Climate Crisis Here and Now followed by a Climate Victory Council Meet and Greet
- Wednesday, June 9 | 1:30 PT: Our Democracy is Worth Fighting For
- Thursday, June 10 | 12:00 PT: Climate Leaders in Conversation: Jobs, Justice, and a Clean Energy Future
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May 21 — Banks across the globe are choosing green projects over fossil fuels.
May 24 — The pope is getting a new, electric popemobile.
May 25 — Biden is doubling federal funding for disaster preparedness.
May 26 — Offshore wind is coming to California.
May 27 — Big Oil just had a very, very bad day.
New film depicts the lives and struggles of climate activists.
— The Raven
Editor, Burning Worlds