November newsletter!

November newsletter!

There’s a chill in the air, and here’s the cure: Come dance at our party! More on that below, but first… GAS IS THE WRONG BRIDGE Let’s be clear: We should not be building any new “natural” gas infrastructure that locks us into decades of...

Amazon, Seattle, & the Planet*

Amazon, and Seattle, Are Falling Behind on Climate Action In 2013, Seattle adopted a Climate Action Plan with a target of carbon neutrality by 2050. A year later, Amazon committed to reaching 100% renewable energy at an unspecified future date. In 2017, shortly after...

ADU EIS

The City of Seattle is currently formulating an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for changes to Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) regulations.  The EIS will study two alternatives.   Alternative 1 requires off-street parking for ADUs and...

September newsletter!

Local wildfires, a monster hurricane season — the impacts of a warmer climate are obvious. So there’s your motivation. And here’s, oh, just a few ways to take action: PSE HAS A GAS PROBLEM Puget Sound Energy, owned by an Australian for-profit corporation, wants...

August Newsletter

(A few of these things have passed by already, but if you didn’t open your email last week, there’s still a lot here that’s worth reading! Next month we promise to post this in a more timely fashion.) Has the B.C. wildfire haze been dogging your...