OCA General Meeting this Sunday
All community members are welcome to attend the business meeting.
This is where priorities are set and reports on progress are given.
Planners will use your responses to help determine the “weight” given to each criterion in the analysis.
Your answers will be used to evaluate draft actions for the Port Angeles Resiliency Plan.
This is a clever survey that asks your opinion about: Impact, Cost, Social Equity, Community Support, Feasibility, and Co-benefits.
First a traditional Least–Most button quiz, then weighting the same questions as part of a total of 20 points.
Perhaps Port Angeles can have an even more bicycle-friendly environment.
Unconstitutional Canadian Corporate Actions just North of Vancouver Is.
In photos: a view of RCMP arrests of media, Indigenous land defenders on Wet’suwet’en territory
Police made arrests Friday, triggering international attention of Canada’s support for the Coastal GasLink pipeline, which is opposed by hereditary chiefs
— The Narwhal
We have an opportunity to set a national example by developing the most climate-friendly statewide building energy codes in the country, but the fossil fuel industry is doing everything in its power to stop this from happening.
— WA Sierra Club
Please reinstate the 2001 Roadless Rule
Submit a comment about the importance of forests in combating climate change
Submit a comment about the importance of investing in economic resilience
Submit a comment about the importance of recreation and getting outside
Thanks partially to OCA leadership, climate is a high priority for the Strait Ecosystem Recovery Network as we prepare for the Washington legislative session.
Dr Richard Gammon, former chair of UW Atmospheric Science dept, presents perhaps the best hour on climate science.
Thank you for helping protect wild Alaska!
Climate on Tap Report
Preview of Dec. 1 and Jan. 4
Local and Regional Newsletters
If you’re a fossil fuel project looking for insurance – AIG’s got you covered
COP26 is over, and the climate movement is asking itself the question: what next?
Write your senators:
Vote no on Jerome Powell’s confirmation
The Senate must not confirm Powell.
11:00 am — 1:30 pm PT
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December 18 — Policy Advocacy
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November 29 — A $2.5 billion oil terminal is getting terminated.
November 30 — Another major wind farm just got the green light.
December 1 — An oil-rich Canadian city is recognizing the urgency of the climate crisis.
December 2 — The Biden administration is making natural gas companies publicize their pollution.
December 3 — An energy company is scrapping plans for its contentious natural gas terminal in Oregon.
Christine Hanna — Yes! Magazine executive director
“I Have Decided to Stick with Love. … Hate is too great a burden to bear.” — Martin Luther King Jr.
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