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Hot Off the Wire — 5/24/2019


Satellite airmass image of the N Pacific for 16May2019. The image shows an unusual mid-May train of storms across the north Pacific ocean.

This isn’t your father’s atmosphere. The climate has changed. This is climate breakdown.”
— Daily Kos

Opinion

Facing Down “Environmental Grief” — Scientific American

Take Action

Regional Action

Murray & Kilmer Reintroduce Wild Olympics Bill: Vow To “Get It Done”
— Sierra Club Washington State

Thank Governor Inslee For Stepping Up On Climate! — NRDC Action Fund

Stop Fracking in California – Now and Forever — MoveOn

National Action

Watch the Promise Tour highlight video from Promise to Protect

Ecosystems of Change:
Partnering Across Sectors to Increase the Impact of Sustainability Efforts — Stanford
May 28, 2019 | 10:00-11:00am PDT | online via Zoom
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Tell our new leaders in Congress to push for a Green New Deal and stop fossil fuels now!
— Greenpeace

Add your name: Support a Green New Deal That Fixes Our Food System — Daily Kos

Climate News

Local/Regional News

Inslee changes tune, opposes Washington fossil-fuel projects — AP

Low snowpack, hot spring lead to drought declaration for nearly half of Washington state
— Seattle Times

NO on I-976 effort ramps up with campaign launch in Olympia
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Sightline’s Latest Original Work

How scientists are trying to predict wildfire movement — PBS video

National/International News

Over 1,351 Climate Strikes in 110 Countries Planned for Friday as Global Revolt Escalates
— Common Dreams

News about controlling the energy industry

No more Climate Change at The Guardian — Daily Kos
The preferred terms are “climate emergency, crisis or breakdown”

Jay Inslee is writing the climate plan the next president should adopt — Vox
More than a campaign document, it’s an instruction manual.

A key to fighting climate change could be right under our feet — Earth-Food-Life

This week, we take a look at the report that finds a million species of plants and animals are now at risk of going extinct, and many could disappear within the next decade.

Inspiration

Artists harness the power of fire and ice to shape attitudes on climate change — PBS video

When it comes to global warming,
it’s not simply
belief vs. denial of the problem.