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Federal Policy

Lobbying the U.S. President and Congress to pass strong climate legislation. 

We work to ensure our President, two U.S. Senators and Congress members support just environmental and climate policies and oppose any that threaten environmental or climate justice by: 

  1. Tracking, sharing, analyzing, and prioritizing key bills and votes; 
  2. Building and sustaining strong connections with our elected representatives and their staff by organizing grassroots pressure through meetings, calls, letters, petitions, and protests; 
  3. Building our team, 350 Seattle, national allies, and the climate justice movement by signing on to letters, petitions and solidarity actions. 

In 2023, we advocated with Congressional offices for stronger climate provisions in the Farm Bill, worked with a coalition of other climate groups to stop a major pipeline expansion called GTN Xpress, and lobbied our senators to demand that Biden declare a Climate Emergency. In 2024, these projects (and more) will continue!


The Federal Policy Team works to persuade our President, two U.S. Senators and Congress members to vote “green” on climate justice bills.


Linnea Scott: 

Beth Brunton:


We hold monthly meetings on the first Wednesday of each month at 5pm. 

Contact our team leads to get the call information.


Say No to the EATS Act!

At stake in this year’s Farm Bill is the right of all Americans, and state and local governments to maintain local control over our environment, our health, and our farms.

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Team Update – Feb ’24

Good news! We have been feeling cautiously optimistic after learning last week that President Biden has paused permitting for new liquid natural gas export approvals. This is

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Activists dressed as sith lords with Death Star advocating against the Trans-Pacific Partnership in front of Washington state capitol building in Olympia

Intersectionality and Trade Agreements

When I came to 350 Seattle and began focusing on the relationship between trade and climate in the proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), I noticed that trade agreements themselves are intersectional; they involve not just climate, but also worker rights, immigrant rights, food sovereignty, and, of course, the abuse of corporate power.

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Seattle Green New Deal Team

Check out the next 350 Seattle Team!

After winning our Electrify Seattle campaign in Dec ’23, the Seattle Green New Deal team is in research & planning mode. Stay tuned for our next Green New Deal campaign!

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