Is It Time to Abandon the Term “Climate Anxiety”?
People are calling for a more nuanced discussion of climate change and mental health.
— Yes! Magazine
Managing Climate Panic After the IPCC Report
— Yes! Magazine
Direct Pay: Opportunity for All
A new residential solar push with a justice focus
Catalyzing Solar Energy Technology Adoption to Address the Challenge of Climate Change
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Two exciting legislative opportunities from 350 Washington
Environmental Lobby Day
Wednesday, September 22 | 12:00pm
Saturday, September 25 | 10:00am
Northwest Power and Conservation Council Releases Draft 2021 Power Plan
The public now has until November 19 to submit written comments, and several opportunities to testify at public hearings (virtually).
NW Energy Coalition will host two upcoming webinars to review what’s in the plan, and provide information and talking points for public comment.
September 27 & October 6
12:00 pm — 1:30 pm PT
Sunday, Sept 26 is World Rivers Day
Be a part of at least 12 banner deployments in the Pacific Northwest to amplify the call to restore a free-flowing lower Snake River.
The Port Townsend ferry terminal action will begin about noon. You can consider a walk-on over to Whidbey Island afterward, and join salmon and orca activists there.
The Northwest Beyond Coal:
The Fight to Close Colstrip
Indigenous Allies and Accomplices workshop
Learn how you can act in solidarity with Indigenous communities.
On two Wednesdays
September 22 and October 6
4 — 6 pm PT
Registration is limited to those who can commit to joining both sessions.
Sean Farrar, Port Angeles community member, will talk about his recent short-range electric vehicle (EV) road trip from Detroit, MI to Port Angeles.
September 28 | 4:30 pm PT
Register for free online event
Join other events for
National Drive Electric Week!
Conservation Northwest trying to Undo Established Precedent for Forest Management Benefits
DNR and Hilary Franz file an Amicus Brief in defense of the challenge.
Canada’s Largest Civil Disobedience is happening in our back yard.
Do you have anything you want to say to our neighbor’s Government?
Honourable Katrine Conroy
Minister of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and
PO Box 9049 Stn Prov Govt
Victoria, BC V8W 9E2
Phone: 250 387-6240
Fax: 250 387-1040
Send an e-mail to the Minister
Deputy Minister’s Office
Deputy Minister of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and
PO Box 9352 Stn Prov Govt
Victoria, BC V8W 9M1
Phone: 250 952-6500
Fax: 250 387-3291
How the CCA will reduce
greenhouse gas emissions?
Roadmap to Cap & Invest Implementation
Friday, October 22, 2021
Lynnwood Convention Center
Conference + Exhibition + Reception
Candidate Forums September 22, 29, and 30
Port Angeles School District and
Port Angeles City Council
Sequim City Council
Hospital District 2
Local and Regional Newsletters
Our call to action is growing stronger
- Call the White House: Demand that Joe Biden’s Administration revoke the Line 3 permit immediately. Click here for a sample script and the number to call.
- Write to Joe Biden: Click here to fill in your contact information and write a message in your words about why you want Biden to take action to stop the Line 3 tar sands pipeline.
We need Minnesota Senators Amy Klobuchar and Tina Smith
to speak out against the Line 3 tar sands pipeline.
I learned so much this summer during my two recent trips to Minnesota
In this report, I will share more about what I learned, especially on the spiritual level.
Expanding my Worldview,
Naming the Lessons
I will be leading a Zoom session on what we can do
to Stop Line 3
The answer is, there’s still a lot!
Sign the petition:
Liberty Mutual must stop insuring tar sands
— Rainforest Action Network
Sign and send the petition:
We can’t wait. Pass historic Build Back Better Act now
— Daily Kos
URGENT: This is our best chance to avert climate catastrophe
Bolster opposition to oil drilling in the Arctic Refuge
Submit your public comment before the comment period closes on October 4.
— Alaska Wilderness League
Join the People vs. Fossil Fuels protests for climate justice at the White House this October 11-15.
Sign and send the petition:
Climate can’t wait. We need historic investments now.
— Daily Kos
Social Vulnerability Report
Climate Change and Social Vulnerability
in the United States: A Focus on Six Impacts
The impacts of climate change will not be distributed equally across the U.S. population.
A daily newsletter by Grist
September 13 — The EPA is blocking a gold mine threatening the biggest sockeye salmon run in the world.
September 14 — Scientists have made progress toward the Holy Grail of clean energy.
September 15 — Illinois has an ambitious new climate law.
September 16 — Los Angeles County is saying no to oil and gas drilling.
September 17 — Harvard students finally over Big Oil.
Another member talks about following our “better angels”
— Peninsula Daily News
How Should a Movement Operate?
Drafting Some Principles for Working Together.
a Climate Explainer Who Stays Above the Storm
— The New York Times
“A beautifully written work of fiction with tantalizing sex and captivating drama, Atlas Hugged is also a serious read with its powerful insights into the broad appeal of the unadulterated evil of Ayn Rand’s political philosophy and the critical elements of the alternative that might lead us to a viable human future.”
David Korten, MBA, PhD
A note to my Yarns from the Farm Readers—I’ve started another series for our local newspaper on biodiversity…”Cheers, Nan
View the Biodiversity Series
View A Climate Basics Series
9. Enhancing Biodiversity: Fire
“The millennia of experience that Indigenous Australians bring to this vitally important activity can guide us in enhancing native biodiversity. “