A team of more than 40 Opinion writers, photographers and editors spent five months canvassing the globe to illustrate the deadly consequences of our warming world.
— The New York Times
Olympic ClimatI e Action General Meeting Tomorrow – 7 pm — 9 pm
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2021 Was Apocalyptic. Things are Going to Get Even Worse. We Need to Start Doing the Work of the 21st Century.
And may we remember that real change demands our active and sustained participation, even in the tender aches of living in the unknown.
— Yes! Magazine
Things you can Do and View
350 Washington Climate Action Team leader, David Perk will share their latest priorities and plans to make quick, simple, frequent ways for you to call, write and testify to our state legislators.
Jan. 13 | 6:00pm — 7:00pm
Tell Senators Patty Murray and Maria Cantwell:
Our democracy can’t wait. Pass strong voting rights legislation now.
— NRDC Action Fund
Jan 12 | 4:00 pm PT
Republican members of Congress who incited the January 6, 2021 insurrection through their attempts to overturn the election must face consequences. They have broken their sacred Oath of Office.
Get the most relevant information you need to act.
Urge your members of Congress to cosponsor the National Climate Emergency Act
— CENTER for BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY
Join in a Zoom call on Sunday at 4:00pm Write letters to local news outlets to expand coverage of the dams with a message to save the salmon and orca we love!
No experience necessary — you’ll get access to all the talking points and facts you need to craft a compelling message.
Olympic Climate Action
Jan. 27 | 6:30 pm — 8 pm
Local and Regional Newsletters
Indigenous groups team up with conservationists to protect swaths of US
Environmental organizations and tribes have been coming together to protect the natural world, and a key part of this teamwork has been land transfers.
— The Guardian
Mining the minerals that may be needed for a green energy revolution could devastate tribal lands. The Biden administration will be forced to choose.
— The New York Times
Analysis: Fighting the existential threat of the changing climate will require a new world view
More than $4 billion on improvements to drinking water infrastructure at hundreds of Indigenous reserves throughout the country.
After another devastating year, it’s clear that Californians can’t keep trying to “fight” wildfires. Instead, they need to accept it as their new reality.
A wind-whipped firestorm struck at the heart of one of America’s top climate science and meteorology research hubs.
Boulder-area residents remained barred from some municipalities, and roughly 500 families may enter a new year having lost their houses to the flames, officials said.
— The Washington Post
Malnourished bugs: Higher CO2 levels make plants less nutritious, hurting insect populations
— The Conversation
Sleydo’ speaks about the strategic retreat of Coyote Camp, as RCMP mobilize to invade unceded #Wetsuweten land again
A short message from the Sierra Club National Director of Policy, Advocacy, and Legal
“All of this is a massive successful indoctrination campaign of the kind that Goebbels would have been impressed with. And the only way to overcome it, again, is by constant, dedicated activism.”
— DemocracyNow! interview
Despite stereotypes, there’s really only one characteristic they all share: They hate being told what to do.
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January 5 — Canada is spending billions on clean drinking water for First Nations communities.
January 6 — The city of Beijing is making headway in its fight against air pollution.
January 7 — French carmakers will soon be required to encourage climate-friendly modes of transportation.
Don’t Look Up and why journalism’s had such trouble with climate change
— Bill McKibben
So far he has been more talk than action.
— The American Spectator