Climate Action Priorities
developed from the cities that have actually reduced GHG emissions
— People for Climate Action
Four antidotes for the poison pill in Northwest energy building finance laws.
— Sightline Institute
Recommending targeted fixes to Oregon and Washington utility incentives.
— Sightline Institute
‘It’s as if we’re paying someone to go around and throw gasoline on the ground,’ analyst says
Making Sense of Oregon’s 2020 Fire Season
We’re heading towards the second heat wave of the summer, and smoke from West Coast wildfires is finally arriving. Today, we revisit a conversation about how wildfires and climate change are impacting summer, and our relationship with this place.
— KUOW | NPR
Local and Regional Newsletters
Tell Biden: We Need Clean Cars Now
— CENTER for BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY
“Do what’s right. End all fracking now.”
— Climate Hawks Vote
Tell Chubb to stop insuring Trans Mountain
Sign the petition: Stop the Line 3 pipeline
— Rainforest Action Network
IPCC Press Conference (on YouTube)
The 42-word passage shows the difficulty of getting the federal government fully behind efforts to address emissions and climate change.
— The Washington Post
An analysis of how editorial cartoonists portrayed the new IPCC Sixth Assessment Report on physical science.
— Yale Climate Connections
The mobilization reunites members of 120 nations to fight against the erasure of Indigenous history and sovereignty in Brazil
— Amazon Watch
#StopTheMoneyPipeline banner drop in Grand Teton National Park
Demark’s journey toward sustainability
Sept. 2 | 6:30 — 7:30 am PT
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Upcoming Climate Week Events
August 23 — A company in Sweden has produced fossil fuel–free steel.
August 24 — It turns out that banning CFCs was great news for the climate.
August 25 — A ‘David v. Goliath victory’ in Cancer Alley
August 26 — The world’s largest shipping company is spending $1.4 billion on cleaner ocean vessels.
August 27 — Congress might actually put the U.S. on the path to meet the Paris Agreement.
“Indigenous knowledge about the biodiversity of the landscape is critical to our ability to adapt to the coming challenges of climate change. “