May Newsletter

May Newsletter

Keeping your distance out there in the sun? Glad to hear it! Here are some things to do in the shade: RISE TO THE CHALLENGE We’re currently facing multiple crises—including a pandemic, an economic downturn, and climate change. We need progressive funding to...
Let’s Flatten this Curve, Too

Let’s Flatten this Curve, Too

by Emily Hazelton The language of “flatten the curve,” coined during the coronavirus pandemic, holds valuable lessons about the climate crisis. Lesson 1: System Delays We humans are wired to handle an immediate threat. A crisis that will occur in two weeks or ten...
December Newsletter

December Newsletter

2020 may be the most consequential year ever, in a historical moment when our years are all strikingly consequential. We’re excited about the possibilities it presents locally and nationally, and gearing up to fulfill them as best we can. But meanwhile,...
Climate activists need to prioritize tax reform

Climate activists need to prioritize tax reform

by Andrew Kidde Climate change has arrived. In the northwest, climate problems are likely to worsen in the coming decades—increased wildfires, smoky and polluted air, heat waves, droughts, floods, etc. These crises will lead to economic disruption and fewer resources....
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