Today, We’re Stronger

Today, We’re Stronger

We won’t mince words. Locally, last night sucked. Despite the largest, most diverse coalition in WA state history, and despite the heroic efforts of 6,500 volunteers, I-1631 probably lost. But if we broaden our view to take in the rest of the country, it’s...
October Newsletter!

October Newsletter!

This is going to be a big month for Tacoma LNG, with comment trainings, teach-ins, and a public hearing that could kill the project. But before we get to all that, it’s our last chance to say: YES ON 1631 We’re not going to lie: We’re in the fight of our...
September Newsletter

September Newsletter

On Saturday, in Tacoma and around the world, we rose. And by rising we’re winning. In case you hadn’t heard: TRANS MOUNTAIN EXPANSION SHUT DOWN! On August 30th the Canadian Federal Court of Appeal quashed the Trudeau government’s approval of the Trans Mountain...
August Newsletter

August Newsletter

VIGIL AT THE WATER’S EDGE For the last ten days we’ve seen a heart-rending example of how personal ecological stress can be. Carrying her dead calf day after day, local orca Tahlequah forces us to reckon with her grief—not just the broad tragedy of climate...
July Newsletter!

July Newsletter!

Welcome to July! First up, big props to all of you who helped make sure that… I-1631 WILL BE ON THE BALLOT We reached a huge milestone in the Yes on 1631 campaign this week. With over 375,000 signatures, I-1631 achieved one of the highest number of signatures ever...
June Newsletter!

June Newsletter!

Big thanks to everyone who got pied up at Octopie on Saturday night! This month we’re upending our usual order of business and shouting out: JOIN ZERO HOUR SEATTLE! This summer, youth climate activism is heating up with Zero Hour, a global youth-led movement centering...
We Need a Public Bank

We Need a Public Bank

by Alec Connon Fifteen months after the Seattle City Council voted unanimously to cease banking with Wells Fargo, it has renewed a three-year contract with the climate-wrecking bank. This is why we need a public bank. It’s awful that Seattle will be banking with Wells...