Growing Up at the End of the World

Growing Up at the End of the World

Created by Mia Werger This is my story of growing up under the constant threat of climate destruction. Living with this threat is something I thought was “normal” as a child, and only recently have I realized how bizarre it is to face the possibility of outliving...
Introducing Grace Hope

Introducing Grace Hope

Grace Hope is our new Leadership Development Director and the 350 Washington Network Facilitator. Q: What was your first visceral awareness of the scope of the climate crisis? A: I feel like it took me a long time to realize that the many crises around me –...
August Newsletter

August Newsletter

Yeah, we’re ticked off, and it’s not because of the sun in our eyes, it’s… THE MAYOR’S VETO In a stunning “Let them eat cake” gesture last weekend, Mayor Durkan vetoed $86 million in COVID emergency relief, approved by City Council as part of the...
July Newsletter

July Newsletter

Black Lives Matter. There is no climate justice without racial justice. (Photo by Austin Smith) We are still in the middle of a massive nationwide uprising for Black Lives. History shows that sustained and disruptive protest is one of the only ways to bring about deep...