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Sunday, March 24, 2019 from 2-4pm
2-4pm
Join us for an in-depth study of "Breaking White Silence" by Robin DiAngelo. Please read chapters 1 - 4 for the first session. The study group will be following a curriculum especially created to go with this book and will meet six times every other Sunday. To RSVP for the location and to borrow a copy of the book, email bookclub@350Seattle.org.
Monday
Mar
25
2019
Monday, March 25, 2019 from 2-4pm
2-4pm
Interested in learning more about how climate change will impact Jefferson County, and what we can do as a community to prepare? Attend our monthly meeting, generally on the 4th Monday of the month, to learn about current projects and how to get involved. At the conference room of First Federal Bank. You can access Local2020's calendar here.Please park in the back or on the side, or take the bus or ride your bike! Contact cindy@l2020.org for more information.
Monday, March 25, 2019 from 6:30-8:30pm
6:30-8:30pm
350 Everett is a chapter of the national 350.org. We are working on climate change issues - and many related issues - at the local level. The whole group meets once a month on the fourth Monday. Individual work groups meet throughout the month.
Monday, March 25, 2019 from 7-8:30pm
7-8:30pm
Science on Tap has a climate change related focus this month when Jessica Cross, NOAA Scientist will speak about ocean acidification.  For more information see the Science on Tap website.  Come at 6:00 pm for dinner.  Event starts at 7:00 pm at Cafe Arta at Ravenna Third Place Books.Ocean Acidification in Alaska: Ecosystems and EconomiesArctic regions are a bellwether for ocean acidification impacts, experiencing rapid and extensive onset of anthropogenically acidified conditions. Ocean acidification is already occurring in important commercial and subsistence fishery habitats in Alaska, and could have cascading economic consequences. In response to this risk, the Alaska Fisheries Science Center and the Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory formed a novel partnership, the Alaska OA “Enterprise,” to produce forecasting models of ocean acidification effects on fisheries and coastal communities from ocean observations, climate model predictions, and species response studies. This interdisciplinary scientific approach has been extremely successful in calculating and communicating potential economic risks and community vulnerabilities to decision makers, and laying the framework to drive positive outcomes in the face of coming changes. These lines of communication have enabled extensive stakeholder feedback and driven co-identified objectives for Maturing Enterprise research, including additional monitoring of spatiotemporal variability and experiments that assess long-term population acclimation potential and the roles of co-stressors for a wider portfolio of locally important species and populations. Expanded partnerships may lead to new insights and meet the demand for actionable information on OA issues for local Alaskans.Note: the Cascadia Climate Action's Climate Science on Tap series is not affiliated with the Science on Tap events, although the groups sometimes have overlapping topics of interest!   
Tuesday
Mar
26
2019
Tuesday, March 26, 2019 from 7:30-8:30pm
7:30-8:30pm
Mountaineer and journalist Jamail will give insights from his new book, subtitled Bearing Witness and Finding Meaning in the Path of Climate Disruption, about the people whose lives are already being turned upside-down by global warming: fishers, farmers, coast-dwellers, and the rest of us. Tickets: https://www.thestranger.com/events/38530145/dahr-jamail-the-end-of-ice 
Wednesday
Mar
27
2019
Wednesday, March 27, 2019 from 5-6pm
5-6pm
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Citizens Climate Lobby has a national call to explain their mission and process for lobbying Congress for a Carbon Neutral Fee and Dividend. Register for call here and get more information here: https://citizensclimatelobby.org/join-weekly-intro-call/
Wednesday, March 27, 2019 from 7-8pm
7-8pm
Under development.  Date may change.  Check back in a week for details.  Looking forward to seeing you for the next popular Climate Science on Tap event.Look for a Climate Science on Tap: Schooner Series event on March 14th at Flying Bike Brewery in Greenwood!  
Thursday
Mar
28
2019
Thursday, March 28, 2019 from 10am-noon
10am-noon
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On Line
This webinar will cover the emerging details of the House and Senate 100% greenhouse gas free power policies, and present findings from our own modeling of the anticipated rate impacts from these policies taking effect. Important distinctions between different utilities will be explored as will implications for electrifying end-uses from this bill alone. PanelistsIsaac Kastama, LCPI Co-Founder and Contract Government AffairsKevin Tempest, LCPI Co-Founder and Research and Development ScientistFor more info and to RSVP.
Friday
Mar
29
2019
Friday, March 29, 2019 from 1:30-4:30pm
1:30-4:30pm
Every Friday, the Society for Ecological Restoration and UW Nursery will be hosting a work party. If you're interested in learning more about native plant propagation or want to get your hands dirty with seed sowing, fertilizing, weeding and more, come on down! No experience necessary, just bring clothes that can get dirty and a positive attitude! To learn more, click here: https://green.uw.edu/promote/events#/?i=1
Saturday
Mar
30
2019
Saturday, March 30, 2019 from 2-4pm
2-4pm
Seward Park Audubon Center is working to keep Seward Park beautiful, vibrant and healthy. We need help removing invasive plants and planting native trees and shrubs. We provide gloves, tools, mulch and more. Join us in preserving this gem to enjoy now and well into the future!Ages 12 and up2:00PM - 4:00PM Register for either day and get more information here:  Saturday, November 10 or  Saturday, November 17
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Mar
31
2019
April
2019
Monday
Apr
1
2019
Monday, April 1, 2019 from 7-8:30pm
7-8:30pm
For information about this meeting click here
Tuesday
Apr
2
2019
Tuesday, April 2, 2019 from 11am-noon
11am-noon
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On Line Webinar
The Northwest Climate Science Center is excited to announce its new Actionable Climate Science Skills-building Webinar Series! This webinar series is designed to help those engaged in climate science research better understand the range of approaches for developing actionable science. Each webinar will explore ways to support effective collaborations between scientific researchers and natural resource managers. Our first webinar is next Tuesday, April 3rd at 11:00 AM (PT).Upcoming webinars include: Developing a successful co-production collaboration between scientists and practitionersMeade Krosby & Amy Snover | 11:00 AM (PT) | Tuesday, April 3rdAn introduction to collaborative research methods Alison Meadow | 11:00 AM (PT) | Tuesday, May 1st The role of communication in knowledge co-productionHeidi Roop & Darcy Widmayer | 11:00 AM (PT) | Tuesday, June 5thBest practices for collaborative climate adaptation research between tribal and non-tribal partnersChas Jones & Amelia Marchand | 11:00 AM (PT) | Tuesday, July 10thLearn more and register today! 
Tuesday, April 2, 2019 from 5:30-6:30pm
5:30-6:30pm
Local 20/20's T-Lab is working on local transportation solutions that integrate walking, bikes, mass transit and minimize the need for fossil-fueled cars. For example, Jefferson Transit Authority's 4 Corners Park & Ride? They offer bike hangers and lockers and level 2 charging stations for your electric vehicle. Learn about such efforts and more at T-Lab's next meeting. Feel free to pack along a snack in your pannier for this early evening meeting. Time: 5:30 p.m. Location: Contact Richard (richard@l2020.org) for the address.
Wednesday
Apr
3
2019
Wednesday, April 3, 2019 from 3-5pm
3-5pm
The Energy Action Group meets Wednesday from 3 to 5pm in the conference room of First Federal, 1321 Sims Way. Please park in the back or ride your bike. For details email Tom Engel at EAG@L2020.org. The Local 20/20 Energy Action Group (EAG) brings together people interested in energy issues monthly for discussions, presentations and occasional action projects. The EAG supports the Climate Action Plan of the City of Port Townsend/Jefferson County, and the imperative that climate change is impacted by human greenhouse gas emissions. If you would like additional information or would like to confirm the meeting location, e-mail Tom Engel at EAG@L2020.org. The EAG usually, but not always, meets in the conference room of First Federal Bank at 1321 Sims Way, Port Townsend. Formal mission is to Educate people on energy policy, technology and trends through Discussing the pros and cons of current national and state energy policies, and Rethinking how we power our world today Reduce greenhouse gas emissions in Jefferson County by Conserving energy in commercial and residential applications, and Investing in local renewable energy production
Wednesday, April 3, 2019 from 5-7pm
5-7pm
Chat with environmental professionals and your neighbors who appreciate healthy communities, good fun, and green living. A great opportunity to build some connections and try some delicious local brews! For more info and to verify location click here.  Green Drinks events are a great way to network on environmental issues and campaigns, particularly around climate action!Follow the ReSources Facebook Page for upcoming events.
Wednesday, April 3, 2019 from 5-6pm
5-6pm
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Citizens Climate Lobby has a national call to explain their mission and process for lobbying Congress for a Carbon Neutral Fee and Dividend. Register for call here and get more information here: https://citizensclimatelobby.org/join-weekly-intro-call/
Wednesday, April 3, 2019 from 5:30-8:30pm
5:30-8:30pm
350 Seattle monthly general meeting starts at 6:30pm. Optional Potluck at 5:30pm, bring your own utensils, plate, cup, etc. Speakers and workgroups will be happening. Come be part of stopping climate change. Open to all!
Wednesday, April 3, 2019 from 5:30-8:30pm
5:30-8:30pm
350 General Meeting -- New Info! Join us for our new monthly meeting. Shorter, less packed, more time to connect, more time to eat and learn from friends. Here’s what you need to know: Never been before? Need the basics on 350 Seattle and how to get involved? Show up early for our new volunteer orientation. Doors open at 5:30, orientation begins at 5:45. Meeting and dinner now start at 6:30. Sign up to bring a potluck dish if you can (sign up here: https://goo.gl/forms/OQOgnvt26QvvcOid2), but don’t worry if you can’t! (Do bring your own water bottle, mug and plate if you’re able, though we’ll have spares on hand.) You’ll have a chance to catch up with friends, meet new folks, and learn in-depth about one of our campaigns or other work in the climate movement. After dinner, stick around to learn more about our current campaigns, upcoming events, and ways to take action throughout the month. If you’d like to be on the host committee to help with our meetings, contact Meg@350Seattle.org .
Thursday
Apr
4
2019
Thursday, April 4, 2019 from 5:30-7pm
5:30-7pm
Join the NWAEP in Seattle for their First Thursday Networking Mixer. Open to All. For more info and registration click here Check website for exact locations, as they change each month.
Thursday, April 4, 2019 from 5:30-7pm
5:30-7pm
Join the NWAEP in Seattle for their First Thursday Networking Mixer. Open to All. For more info and registration click here Check website for exact locations, as they change each month.
Thursday, April 4, 2019 from 6-8pm
6-8pm
Tacoma Green Drinks is a great place to come and meet good people doing good things in your area, hear from a new organization, and check out a new watering hole every month. Come join us for a welcoming experience with people who love Tacoma. This month’s host is Forterra NW.  Be sure to check location for each month's Tacoma Green Drinks.Forterra secures the places—urban, rural and wild—that are keystones of a sustainable future for all. Its mission ranges across Washington, from iconic wild landscapes, to working farms and forests, to lands in our cities for parks, the arts, and affordable housing. Our work includes stewardship and restoration projects, often performed by volunteers. We champion policies that marry sustainability and economic development.
Thursday, April 4, 2019 from 6:30-8:30pm
6:30-8:30pm
The RE Sources monthly Clean Energy Activist Meetings in Whatcom and Skagit counties are hosted by our Clean Energy program. The meetings are a great place for community activists to come together and learn about our recent work fighting coal, oil, and liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects in our community and throughout the Pacific Northwest, and what you can do to help. Bellingham meets either the First or Second Monday of every month, Skagit County the First or Second Wednesday of every month. For more information, contact Eddy Ury at eddyu@re-sources.org or 360-733-8307 or click here.
Friday
Apr
5
2019
Friday, April 5, 2019 from 1:30-4:30pm
1:30-4:30pm
Every Friday, the Society for Ecological Restoration and UW Nursery will be hosting a work party. If you're interested in learning more about native plant propagation or want to get your hands dirty with seed sowing, fertilizing, weeding and more, come on down! No experience necessary, just bring clothes that can get dirty and a positive attitude! To learn more, click here: https://green.uw.edu/promote/events#/?i=1
Saturday
Apr
6
2019
Saturday, April 6, 2019 from 10:30am-12:30pm
10:30am-12:30pm
Event organized by Climate Reality Project's Tacoma WA Chapter:Learn about coping with environmental grief through a discussion with Dr. Kriss A. Kevorkian, PhD, MSW, and Michael Foster M.Ed.Many of us are reacting to environmental grief. Join fellow climate advocates to learn how to keep moving forward despite the continued destruction we’re facing, and hear a solution to our environmental issues. Discussions will include how to cope with environmental grief®, compassion fatigue and burnout while maintaining hope.Panelists:Dr. Kriss A. Kevorkian, PhD, MSW and Michael Foster, M.Ed.Facebook link: Register here.
Saturday, April 6, 2019 from noon-4pm
noon-4pm
Challenges Facing Native Communities and Their AlliesAt this community-wide workshop, presenters will talk about issues that impact Native American communities and how you can be an effective ally to these communities. Panelists include native and non-native presenters. Talks will provide historical background for contemporary issues including Murdered & Missing Native Women, the Liquid Natural Gas (LNG) pipeline, Real Rent Duwamish, and the 2019 Canoe Journey. Break-out sessions will provide ways for you to become an engaged ally. Light lunch provided. All are welcome to attend.This event is organized by the East Shore Unitarian Church with endorsements from others. Website for event here.Speakers on the LNG Pipeline will include: Dakota Case from the Puyallup Tribe who will speak about the LNG plant from the perspective of the tribal community and Victoria Leistman from Sierra Club who will provide an update on the Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement for the Tacoma LNG plant to be released on March 29th. Starting around 2:00, they will both have about 20-25 minutes to present followed by a brief Q & A.  Before that, there will be session led by Ken Workman from the Duwamish Tribe on Real Rent and issues related to the Duwamish river cleanup and upcoming Canoe Journey (around 12:30). Chelsea Hendrickson will talk about Missing & Murdered Indigenous women including the impact of man camps (starting around 1:15).  Around 3:00, we will break into small groups to develop action plans or undertake short actions--like contacting legislators. It would be great if you could give us some brochures/calendars we could hand out at the gathering.
Saturday, April 6, 2019 from 2-4pm
2-4pm
Seward Park Audubon Center is working to keep Seward Park beautiful, vibrant and healthy. We need help removing invasive plants and planting native trees and shrubs. We provide gloves, tools, mulch and more. Join us in preserving this gem to enjoy now and well into the future!Ages 12 and up2:00PM - 4:00PM Register for either day and get more information here:  Saturday, November 10 or  Saturday, November 17
Saturday, April 6, 2019 from 7:30-9:30pm
7:30-9:30pm
Save the date! More info coming soon! Come see our beloved Ale Blakely and friends in concert!
Sunday
Apr
7
2019
Sunday, April 7, 2019 from 2-8pm
2-8pm
Repeat Series: Fill in any you missed before, or start the series now! The second of three workshops to advance us on ending racism in our work supporting climate justice. Led by Tara Villalba, Sweetwater, and others from the Mangrove Collective Overall Goals: 1. Co-create and co-keep a space that is safe enough to have some charged conversations about ending racism 2. Build relationships with other participants as we learn and commit to ending racism, genocide, and war, in our environmental justice work. 3. Build a practice around convivio and encuentro Save these dates! Solidarity with Natives—April 7 Allies to Immigrants—May 12 Solidarity with Natives: Indigenous sovereignty, broken treaties, settler colonialism, genocide, dignity, and respect Domestic, Dependent Nations, removal policies, no empty lands Allies to Immigrants: Displacement and migration, deportation, privatization, bracero, war, and colonization, family trees, languages, resilient relationships, refugees Cost: sliding scale, scholarships available Register in advance to guarantee your space: http://350seattle.org/people-gonna-rise/. Registration link will be working soon! Contact kara@350seattle.org to get on the interest list, or get more info. Come to all three if you can as they build on each other! These 6-hr workshops will be a mix of short presentations of how oppressions and oppressive systems work, and how individual experiences can intersect along axes of different oppressions, small group storytelling (longer times with opportunities for deeper sharing and deep listening), large group sharing (shorter and mostly of highlights from small group discussions), and time for individual creative reflection. Nearby public transit: Beacon Hill Light Rail Station: .1 mile, 2 minute walk. (East on S. Lander and its at the first corner, with 17th Ave. South.) Bus 36 the 60 and the 107 go to Beacon Hill Station as well. Carpool site for this date: https://www.groupcarpool.com/t/y8csvg Sign up to drive or ride. There is not a lot of street parking, so please take public transportation or arrive early.
Sunday, April 7, 2019 from 2-4pm
2-4pm
Join us for an in-depth study of "Breaking White Silence" by Robin DiAngelo. Please read chapters 1 - 4 for the first session. The study group will be following a curriculum especially created to go with this book and will meet six times every other Sunday. To RSVP for the location and to borrow a copy of the book, email bookclub@350Seattle.org.
Sunday, April 7, 2019 from 3-9pm
3-9pm
Repeat Series: Fill in any you missed before, or start the series now! The second of three workshops to advance us on ending racism in our work supporting climate justice. Led by Tara Villalba, Sweetwater, and others from the Mangrove Collective Overall Goals: 1. Co-create and co-keep a space that is safe enough to have some charged conversations about ending racism 2. Build relationships with other participants as we learn and commit to ending racism, genocide, and war, in our environmental justice work. 3. Build a practice around convivio and encuentro Save these dates! Allies to Immigrants—April 7 Solidarity with Natives—May 12 Allies to Immigrants: Displacement and migration, deportation, privatization, bracero, war, and colonization, family trees, languages, resilient relationships, refugees Solidarity with Natives: Indigenous sovereignty, broken treaties, settler colonialism, genocide, dignity, and respect Domestic, Dependent Nations, removal policies, no empty lands Cost: sliding scale, scholarships available Register in advance to guarantee your space: http://350seattle.org/people-gonna-rise/. Registration link will be working soon! Contact kara@350seattle.org to get on the interest list, or get more info. Come to all three if you can as they build on each other! These 6-hr workshops will be a mix of short presentations of how oppressions and oppressive systems work, and how individual experiences can intersect along axes of different oppressions, small group storytelling (longer times with opportunities for deeper sharing and deep listening), large group sharing (shorter and mostly of highlights from small group discussions), and time for individual creative reflection. Nearby public transit: Beacon Hill Light Rail Station: .1 mile, 2 minute walk.  (East on S. Lander and its at the first corner, with 17th Ave. South.) Bus 36 the 60 and the 107 go to Beacon Hill Station as well. Carpool site for this date: https://www.groupcarpool.com/t/xihuwj Sign up to drive or ride. There is not a lot of street parking, so please take public transportation or arrive early.
Monday
Apr
8
2019
Monday, April 8, 2019 from 4:15-5:45pm
4:15-5:45pm
Typically meeting in a room provided by Transportation Choices Coalition, in the Vance Building on 3rd Ave. Contact Andrew at akandrew37@gmail.com for details.
Monday, April 8, 2019 from 4:15-5:45pm
4:15-5:45pm
350Seattle Transportation Team typically meets in a room provided by Transportation Choices Coalition, in the Vance Building on 3rd Ave. Contact Andrew at akandrew37@gmail.com for details.
Monday, April 8, 2019 from 7-8pm
7-8pm
Climate Science Goes to the Capitol: Translating Science into Policy. How do we translate science into policy? Can the legislative process address the growing threat of climate change? And how can informed citizens make a difference? Join us for the next Climate Science on Tap to find out! Our experts will share their experience communicating science and advocating for action in our state capitol with enlightening presentations and a thoughtful panel discussion. Come with questions, have a tasty brew, share in a conversation, and leave with answers!Panelists: Aseem Prakash, PhD, Director of the Center for Environmental Politics, University of Washington*Greg Rock, Policy Chair, Carbon Washington*Jessyn Farrell, WA State Legislator (2013-2017)Moderator:  P Sean McDonald, PhD, College of the Environment, University of Washington*Tickets: Free.  Open to all ages and dogs too!For more information see Climate Science on Tap.  Sponsored by Cascadia Climate Action as part of its Climate Science on Tap series.  Cascadia Climate Action is proud to be a part of the CascadiaNow! nonprofit, 501(c)(3) family!*Affiliations are provided for identification purposes only.
Tuesday
Apr
9
2019
Tuesday, April 9, 2019 from 5:30-7:30pm
5:30-7:30pm
All are welcome to at Seattle Greendrinks! Join us the second Tuesday of every month, starting around 5:30pm. The goal of our group is pretty simple: good times shared among people working in, or interested in, environmental and sustainability issues. Please help us reduce waste - even compostable waste - by bringing your own mugs. Seattle Greendrinks changes locations every month. For details, please go to www.seattlegreendrinks.org/events
Tuesday, April 9, 2019 from 6:30-9pm
6:30-9pm
Owners' Show 'n Tell begins around 6:30 p.m. with a dozen or more electric vehicles on display followed by meeting ~7:00 p.m.Information about SEVA and up-to-date event information can be found on their website.Previous meetings' minutes are available here.
Wednesday
Apr
10
2019
Wednesday, April 10, 2019 from 5-6pm
5-6pm
Venue:
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fpudzoek
Citizens Climate Lobby has a national call to explain their mission and process for lobbying Congress for a Carbon Neutral Fee and Dividend. Register for call here and get more information here: https://citizensclimatelobby.org/join-weekly-intro-call/
Wednesday, April 10, 2019 from 5-6pm
5-6pm
The UU Climate Action Roundtable is a monthly opportunity for Unitarian Universalist CATs, activists, and friends to come together online or by phone for conversation about spiritual resources, current events, stories, questions and struggles, and calls for action and solidarity towards climate justice.Calls take place the second Wednesday of each month at 8pm Eastern / 5pm Pacific. You can join by phone or web (Zoom.us); by yourself or with others in your congregation.  Sign up to join the Climate Action Roundtable mailing list and get dial-in information for the next call.JOIN THE ROUNDTABLE
Wednesday, April 10, 2019 from 6-9pm
6-9pm
Join the Washington Business Alliance's Spring Mixer 2019 for an evening of conversation and connection.  You’ll hear the latest developments in carbon policy and transportation, and meet new folks within Washington’s vibrant business, sustainability, and government communities and enjoy a selection of wine, beer, and appetizers.Tickets
Wednesday, April 10, 2019 from 6-8pm
6-8pm
Regular meeting of the Beyond Coal and Oil Task Force of SW WA is held the second Wednesday of every month normally at 6:00 pm.
Thursday
Apr
11
2019
Thursday, April 11, 2019 from 10am-4pm
10am-4pm
Venue:
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Olympia, WA, USA
Organized by United Churches of Olympia:  On April 11, we need you to join us in Olympia to show our elected officials that climate change is an urgent issue, and that young people are demanding action now. We are the generations most impacted by climate change, and we will soon make up the largest voting demographic in the United States’ electorate. Lets show our lawmakers our power by coming together and asking that they fight for an equitable transition to a clean energy economy. We’ll spend the day advocating for climate justice while having fun getting to know other passionate young people over great food, conversation, and speakers.If you can't make it in person, make sure you submit a letter to your elected officials telling them why you support bold and equitable action on climate change at https://bit.ly/2TccvfF.  Info & tickets
Thursday, April 11, 2019 from noon-2pm
noon-2pm
The Jefferson County Energy Lunch series invites energy experts to present to our interested citizens, business leaders, government officials, and energy professionals. The monthly Energy Lunch programs, held every third Thursdays from noon to 2 pm at the Port Townsend Yacht Club at 2503 Washington Street in the Boat Haven on the Port Townsend waterfront. The presentations are from 12:30 - 1:30, with time before and after for informal discussions. The Energy Lunch is free and open to the public; bring your brown bag lunch. For more info, email Rick Van Auken at rva@countyenergy.us.
Thursday, April 11, 2019 from 12:30-1:30pm
12:30-1:30pm
Environmental Health Seminar: New Refrigerants to Address Climate Change: Risk, Perception and Politics - Tom LewandowskiInformation is on April 11th on the UW calendar
Thursday, April 11, 2019 from 4:30-6:15pm
4:30-6:15pm
Verify time and place of meeting directly with group.  Want to help educate the community on what we all can do related to reducing our carbon footprint? Attend our monthly meeting to learn more about what is currently planned, and add your ideas to the mix! Meetings are generally on the Second Thursday of the month, from 4:30-6:15 pm at the Jefferson County Public Health Dept., next door to QFC. Contact: CAG@L2020.org. The Jefferson County/Port Townsend Climate Action Committee has two working groups, this one on climate outreach and one on climate change preparedness that meets on the fourth Monday of each month.
Thursday, April 11, 2019 from 7-8:30pm
7-8:30pm
For information about this meeting click here.  The Bainbridge Climate Action meeting is normally on the second Thursday of each month.  Verify date, time and location with the organizer.
Thursday, April 11, 2019 from 7:30-9pm
7:30-9pm
A Brief History of Environmental Successes - 2019 Robert Fleagle Endowed Lecture in Atmospheric Sciences Policy Featuring Susan SolomonHumans have faced a series of national and global environmental challenges in the past half-century, including smog, the use of lead in gasoline and ozone depletion. Dr. Solomon, U.S. National Medal of Science recipient, reveals how combinations of science, public policy, industry participation, and the engagement of citizens succeeded in addressing past environmental challenges and how the lessons learned help us understand how to better manage today’s environmental problems.  To register and for more information at: UW College of the Environment.Susan Solomon is internationally recognized as a leader in atmospheric science, particularly for her insights in explaining the cause of the Antarctic ozone "hole". She and her colleagues have also made important contributions to understanding chemistry/climate coupling, including leading research on the irreversibility of global warming linked to anthropogenic carbon dioxide emissions, and on the influence of the ozone hole on the climate of the southern hemisphere. Her current research focusses on both atmospheric chemistry and climate change. She is a member of the National Academy of Sciences, and has received many honors for her work including our nation’s highest scientific award, the U. S. National Medal of Science. Dr. Solomon is the Lee and Geraldine Martin Professor of Environmental Science, MIT
Friday
Apr
12
2019
Friday, April 12, 2019 from noon-1pm
noon-1pm
Info: https://hr.uw.edu/cfd/news-and-events/
Friday, April 12, 2019 from 1:30-4:30pm
1:30-4:30pm
Every Friday, the Society for Ecological Restoration and UW Nursery will be hosting a work party. If you're interested in learning more about native plant propagation or want to get your hands dirty with seed sowing, fertilizing, weeding and more, come on down! No experience necessary, just bring clothes that can get dirty and a positive attitude! To learn more, click here: https://green.uw.edu/promote/events#/?i=1
Saturday
Apr
13
2019
Saturday, April 13, 2019 from 9am-5pm
9am-5pm
Thurston Climate Action Team & Citizens' Climate Lobby present the 4th Annual South Sound Climate Action Convention: Attend the convention for a full day of learning about cooperative actions we can take to protect our planet from the worst impacts of climate change. And to up the momentum, local Action Groups formed at the convention will be encouraged to continue meeting and acting in the months that follow! Topics sessions and workshops include: Green Buildings and Cities, Transportation, Trees & Land Use, Advocacy and Social Justice, National Climate Legislation, Youth Activists, Clean Energy, and many more! Sign-up:  registration and conference updates. Details: Facebook event.
Saturday, April 13, 2019 from 9:30am-noon
9:30am-noon
Please come for a social gathering at 9:30, the International Call starts at 10am which lasts about an hour. Coffee/ Tea provided: (optional) Please bring your own cup or go across the street for Coffee at Herkimer’s or Café Vita. Bring finger food to share. There is an internet connection. We also have 3rd Sat. CCL writing group at Couth Buzzards book shop & café, 10:00 to 12:pm (8310 Greenwood Ave N, Seattle). Hope you can come, have a chat, and write a letter to the editor, your member of congress, or an important endorser. Email seattle@citizensclimatelobby.org for info.
Saturday, April 13, 2019 from 9:30am-noon
9:30am-noon
Optional potluck brunch at 9:30; national conference call at 10:00; plan, practice laser talks and write letters at 11:00. Email seattle@citizensclimatelobby.org for info.
Saturday, April 13, 2019 from 2-4pm
2-4pm
Seward Park Audubon Center is working to keep Seward Park beautiful, vibrant and healthy. We need help removing invasive plants and planting native trees and shrubs. We provide gloves, tools, mulch and more. Join us in preserving this gem to enjoy now and well into the future!Ages 12 and up2:00PM - 4:00PM Register for either day and get more information here:  Saturday, November 10 or  Saturday, November 17
Sunday
Apr
14
2019
Monday
Apr
15
2019
Tuesday
Apr
16
2019
Tuesday, April 16, 2019 from 5:30-6:30pm
5:30-6:30pm
Local 20/20's T-Lab is working on local transportation solutions that integrate walking, bikes, mass transit and minimize the need for fossil-fueled cars. For example, Jefferson Transit Authority's 4 Corners Park & Ride? They offer bike hangers and lockers and level 2 charging stations for your electric vehicle. Learn about such efforts and more at T-Lab's next meeting. Feel free to pack along a snack in your pannier for this early evening meeting. Time: 5:30 p.m. Location: Contact Richard (richard@l2020.org) for the address.
Wednesday
Apr
17
2019
Wednesday, April 17, 2019 from 4-6:45pm
4-6:45pm
The monthly Local 20/20 Steering Council meeting is open to all and welcomes those interested in active involvement in Local 20/20 leadership. Newcomers are always welcome. If you'd like an orientation, please email Richard Dandridge at richard@l2020.org. Also, free babysitting is available with an experienced person, who will take the kids to the Port Townsend Library, but RSVPs are required for the babysitting - RSVP to Jenifer Taylor at (360)385-3666 or jenifer@l2020.org.
Wednesday, April 17, 2019 from 5-6pm
5-6pm
Venue:
@
fpudzoek
Citizens Climate Lobby has a national call to explain their mission and process for lobbying Congress for a Carbon Neutral Fee and Dividend. Register for call here and get more information here: https://citizensclimatelobby.org/join-weekly-intro-call/
Wednesday, April 17, 2019 from 6:30-8:30pm
6:30-8:30pm
350 uses online campaigns, grassroots organizing, and mass public actions to oppose new coal, oil and gas projects, take money out of the companies that are heating up the planet, and build 100% clean energy solutions that work for all. Come help us fight climate change from within our Eastside communities!  Facebook event page.Normally we meet the third Wednesday of each month.Bring a snack to share if you like. 🍪☕️All are welcome!Snacks and Getting Settled 6:30-7pmSaving the World 7-8:30pm
Thursday
Apr
18
2019
Thursday, April 18, 2019 from 12:30-1:30pm
12:30-1:30pm
The Jefferson County Energy Lunch meets Third Thursdays from noon to 2 pm at the Port Townsend Yacht Club at 2503 Washington Street in the Boat Haven on the Port Townsend waterfront. The presentations are from 12:30 - 1:30, with time before and after for informal discussions. The Energy Lunch is free and open to the public; bring your brown bag lunch. For more info, email Rick Van Auken at rva@countyenergy.us.
Thursday, April 18, 2019 from 3-5pm
3-5pm
Monthly meeting of the Local 2020 Energy Action group, dedicated to finding practical answers to help us locally to conserve energy, save money, enhance our self-reliance and strengthen our community. Contact Tom Engel at EAG@l2020.org for details. Please park in the back or ride your bike.
Thursday, April 18, 2019 from 5-8pm
5-8pm
Celebrating Earth Month! FREE Event An evening dedicated to the environment, devastating impact of plastics*, and small changes we can make. *like climate change another petrochemical pollutant. Evening highlights include: - Free docent tour of the Bellevue Arts Museum exhibition, School: The Joseph Rossano Salmon Project - Meet and Greet with special guests Bellevue council member Janice Zahn, Kirkland Mayor Penny Sweet, Kirkland council member Kelli Curtis, Redmond council president Angela Birney - Panel discussion and Q&A with Mark Titus, Heather Trim, and Julie Colehour. -Documentary viewing Bios of the Panelists: - Julie Colehour is a Partner at C+C, a 75 person communications agency that focuses on social issues. Julie has spent her career working to motivate people to alter their behaviors for social good. Her causes have included everything from organic farming and water conservation to green building, recycling and energy-efficient products. She is frequently called upon to speak on social marketing at venues across the country. - Heather Trim joined Zero Waste Washington as Executive Director in 2016 and works to reduce upstream sources of waste, get toxic chemicals out of products, reduce plastic pollution. She has more than 25 years of experience in environmental work. Heather Previously, at Futurewise and People for Puget Sound, she worked to prevent runoff from entering our waterways, improve shoreline management practices and policies and address a range of issues from community sustainability, habitats, and climate change. She works closely with a number of community partners in Seattle and throughout Washington and runs the King County ECONet list serve. -Mark Titus is an award-winning writer + director and founder of August Island Pictures in Seattle. He has made brand films for clients like: Amazon, Microsoft, The Nature Conservancy, T-Mobile and the United Nations Development Programme. His award winning documentary "The Breach" is about wild salmon. The Breach screened at over 25 international film festivals and in 2015 completed a 20-city national theatrical tour across The United States. He is currently directing The Wild – a new feature documentary examining the fate of Bristol Bay, Alaska and its storied wild salmon runs. The Wild is set for release in 2019. We will have light refreshments and Chai for guests. This organized by Tasveer, in partnership with - Tilth Alliance - Cascade Water Alliance - Bellevue Arts Museum - Zero Waste Washington - Puget Soundkeeper Alliance - C+C | All About the Good - IAWW Facebook event link: https://www.facebook.com/events/238990550388315/ Ticket link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/one-earth-one-chance-tickets-57911846893?aff=efbeventtix&fbclid=IwAR2x5NxKz3BG6L3hNzVVvL5cM8gD3e5YvPchpliq1ae3IMVBNb3svqTgcTM
Thursday, April 18, 2019 from 6:30-8pm
6:30-8pm
3rd Thursday of every month, 7pm—8 pm. Come at 6:30 to mix and have snacks with friends. The Beyond Coal and Oil Taskforce group works to support initiatives to prevent coal and oil based energy and exports throughout the Pacific Northwest. All welcome For more information: click here. Contact Cecile Garnez to verify time and location of meeting at cecile.gernez@sierraclub.org or Victoria Leistman at victoria.leistman@sierraclub.org
Friday
Apr
19
2019
Friday, April 19, 2019 from 1:30-4:30pm
1:30-4:30pm
Every Friday, the Society for Ecological Restoration and UW Nursery will be hosting a work party. If you're interested in learning more about native plant propagation or want to get your hands dirty with seed sowing, fertilizing, weeding and more, come on down! No experience necessary, just bring clothes that can get dirty and a positive attitude! To learn more, click here: https://green.uw.edu/promote/events#/?i=1
Saturday
Apr
20
2019
Saturday, April 20, 2019 from 10am-noon
10am-noon
Draft letters (with Citizens Climate Lobby of Seattle) to the editors (LTEs) and Members of Congress (MOC). Have coffee with friends! Get support in crafting effective letters
Saturday, April 20, 2019 from 2-4pm
2-4pm
Seward Park Audubon Center is working to keep Seward Park beautiful, vibrant and healthy. We need help removing invasive plants and planting native trees and shrubs. We provide gloves, tools, mulch and more. Join us in preserving this gem to enjoy now and well into the future!Ages 12 and up2:00PM - 4:00PM Register for either day and get more information here:  Saturday, November 10 or  Saturday, November 17
Sunday
Apr
21
2019
Sunday, April 21, 2019 from 2-4pm
2-4pm
Join us for an in-depth study of "Breaking White Silence" by Robin DiAngelo. Please read chapters 1 - 4 for the first session. The study group will be following a curriculum especially created to go with this book and will meet six times every other Sunday. To RSVP for the location and to borrow a copy of the book, email bookclub@350Seattle.org.
Monday
Apr
22
2019
Monday, April 22, 2019 from 2-4pm
2-4pm
Interested in learning more about how climate change will impact Jefferson County, and what we can do as a community to prepare? Attend our monthly meeting, generally on the 4th Monday of the month, to learn about current projects and how to get involved. At the conference room of First Federal Bank. You can access Local2020's calendar here.Please park in the back or on the side, or take the bus or ride your bike! Contact cindy@l2020.org for more information.
Monday, April 22, 2019 from 6:30-8:30pm
6:30-8:30pm
350 Everett is a chapter of the national 350.org. We are working on climate change issues - and many related issues - at the local level. The whole group meets once a month on the fourth Monday. Individual work groups meet throughout the month.
Tuesday
Apr
23
2019
Tuesday, April 23, 2019 at midnight through Friday, April 26, 2019 at midnight
midnight through Friday, April 26 at midnight
Venue:
@
Madison, WI, USA
The forum is based around climate adaptation and education. The Forum gathers the adaptation community to foster knowledge exchange, innovation and mutual support for a better tomorrow. We invite you to join the convening of adaptation practitioners from around the country focused on moving beyond adaptation awareness and planning to adaptation action. https://www.nationaladaptationforum.org
Tuesday, April 23, 2019 from 4-5:30pm
4-5:30pm
Environmental Sustainability a talk with Sally Jewell:  Public scholarship and public outreach is an important goal for the Center for Environmental Politics. Environmental Conversations feature prominent environmental leaders/practitioners who share their perspective on real world environmental policymaking. In 2018-2019, in collaboration with the EarthLab, the Center will host three such conversations with Sally Jewell, drawing on her experience in the government, the for-profit, and the non-profit sector. Sally Jewell served as U.S. Secretary of the Interior under President Barack Obama. Before serving as Interior Secretary, Jewell was President and CEO of REI. She is currently a Distinguished Fellow at the University of Washington College of the Environment.RSVP here: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4110087
Tuesday, April 23, 2019 from 7-8pm
7-8pm
Climate Science on Tap presents Extreme Weather:  Is it Climate Change or Just Bad Weather? How is climate change impacting weather in our region? Will floods and droughts be the new normal? And how will we cope? This Climate Science on Tap will examine the relationship between extreme weather events and our changing climate. Our experts share the data and their perspectives in riveting presentations and a lively panel discussion of the issue and the impacts to the people and creatures that call the PNW home.Panelists: Speakers: James Rufo-Hill [Seattle Public Utilities]* and ______TBA______   [UW Department of Atmospheric Sciences]*Moderator:  P Sean McDonald, PhD, College of the Environment, University of Washington*Tickets: Free.  Open to all ages and dogs too!For more information see Climate Science on Tap.  Sponsored by Cascadia Climate Action as part of its Climate Science on Tap series.  Cascadia Climate Action is proud to be a part of the CascadiaNow! nonprofit, 501(c)(3) family!*Affiliations are provided for identification purposes only.
Wednesday
Apr
24
2019
Wednesday, April 24, 2019 from 5-6pm
5-6pm
Venue:
@
fpudzoek
Citizens Climate Lobby has a national call to explain their mission and process for lobbying Congress for a Carbon Neutral Fee and Dividend. Register for call here and get more information here: https://citizensclimatelobby.org/join-weekly-intro-call/
Thursday
Apr
25
2019
Friday
Apr
26
2019
Friday, April 26, 2019 from 1:30-4:30pm
1:30-4:30pm
Every Friday, the Society for Ecological Restoration and UW Nursery will be hosting a work party. If you're interested in learning more about native plant propagation or want to get your hands dirty with seed sowing, fertilizing, weeding and more, come on down! No experience necessary, just bring clothes that can get dirty and a positive attitude! To learn more, click here: https://green.uw.edu/promote/events#/?i=1
Friday, April 26, 2019 from 7:30-8:30pm
7:30-8:30pm
Book Reading of "Losing Earth - A Recent History"You may have read Nathaniel Rich's extraordinary full-issue article on climate change (and our missed chance to stop it) in the August 2018 edition of the New York Times Magazine. This spring for Town Hall, Rich will present his book-length expansion of the article, in which he examines the fossil fuel industry's thwarting of scientific consensus and the public will to cope with the problem.More info & tickets.
Saturday
Apr
27
2019
Saturday, April 27, 2019 from 2-4pm
2-4pm
Seward Park Audubon Center is working to keep Seward Park beautiful, vibrant and healthy. We need help removing invasive plants and planting native trees and shrubs. We provide gloves, tools, mulch and more. Join us in preserving this gem to enjoy now and well into the future!Ages 12 and up2:00PM - 4:00PM Register for either day and get more information here:  Saturday, November 10 or  Saturday, November 17
Sunday
Apr
28
2019
Monday
Apr
29
2019
Tuesday
Apr
30
2019
May
2019
Wednesday
May
1
2019
Wednesday, May 1, 2019 from 3-5pm
3-5pm
The Energy Action Group meets Wednesday from 3 to 5pm in the conference room of First Federal, 1321 Sims Way. Please park in the back or ride your bike. For details email Tom Engel at EAG@L2020.org. The Local 20/20 Energy Action Group (EAG) brings together people interested in energy issues monthly for discussions, presentations and occasional action projects. The EAG supports the Climate Action Plan of the City of Port Townsend/Jefferson County, and the imperative that climate change is impacted by human greenhouse gas emissions. If you would like additional information or would like to confirm the meeting location, e-mail Tom Engel at EAG@L2020.org. The EAG usually, but not always, meets in the conference room of First Federal Bank at 1321 Sims Way, Port Townsend. Formal mission is to Educate people on energy policy, technology and trends through Discussing the pros and cons of current national and state energy policies, and Rethinking how we power our world today Reduce greenhouse gas emissions in Jefferson County by Conserving energy in commercial and residential applications, and Investing in local renewable energy production
Wednesday, May 1, 2019 from 5-7pm
5-7pm
Chat with environmental professionals and your neighbors who appreciate healthy communities, good fun, and green living. A great opportunity to build some connections and try some delicious local brews! For more info and to verify location click here.  Green Drinks events are a great way to network on environmental issues and campaigns, particularly around climate action!Follow the ReSources Facebook Page for upcoming events.
Wednesday, May 1, 2019 from 5-6pm
5-6pm
Venue:
@
fpudzoek
Citizens Climate Lobby has a national call to explain their mission and process for lobbying Congress for a Carbon Neutral Fee and Dividend. Register for call here and get more information here: https://citizensclimatelobby.org/join-weekly-intro-call/
Wednesday, May 1, 2019 from 5:30-8:30pm
5:30-8:30pm
350 General Meeting -- New Info! Join us for our new monthly meeting. Shorter, less packed, more time to connect, more time to eat and learn from friends. Here’s what you need to know: Never been before? Need the basics on 350 Seattle and how to get involved? Show up early for our new volunteer orientation. Doors open at 5:30, orientation begins at 5:45. Meeting and dinner now start at 6:30. Sign up to bring a potluck dish if you can (sign up here: https://goo.gl/forms/OQOgnvt26QvvcOid2), but don’t worry if you can’t! (Do bring your own water bottle, mug and plate if you’re able, though we’ll have spares on hand.) You’ll have a chance to catch up with friends, meet new folks, and learn in-depth about one of our campaigns or other work in the climate movement. After dinner, stick around to learn more about our current campaigns, upcoming events, and ways to take action throughout the month. If you’d like to be on the host committee to help with our meetings, contact Meg@350Seattle.org .
Wednesday, May 1, 2019 from 5:30-8:30pm
5:30-8:30pm
350 Seattle monthly general meeting starts at 6:30pm. Optional Potluck at 5:30pm, bring your own utensils, plate, cup, etc. Speakers and workgroups will be happening. Come be part of stopping climate change. Open to all!
Wednesday, May 1, 2019 from 7-8:30pm
7-8:30pm
For information about this meeting click here
Thursday
May
2
2019
Thursday, May 2, 2019 from 5:30-7pm
5:30-7pm
Join the NWAEP in Seattle for their First Thursday Networking Mixer. Open to All. For more info and registration click here Check website for exact locations, as they change each month.
Thursday, May 2, 2019 from 5:30-7pm
5:30-7pm
Join the NWAEP in Seattle for their First Thursday Networking Mixer. Open to All. For more info and registration click here Check website for exact locations, as they change each month.
Thursday, May 2, 2019 from 6-8pm
6-8pm
Tacoma Green Drinks is a great place to come and meet good people doing good things in your area, hear from a new organization, and check out a new watering hole every month. Come join us for a welcoming experience with people who love Tacoma. This month’s host is Forterra NW.  Be sure to check location for each month's Tacoma Green Drinks.Forterra secures the places—urban, rural and wild—that are keystones of a sustainable future for all. Its mission ranges across Washington, from iconic wild landscapes, to working farms and forests, to lands in our cities for parks, the arts, and affordable housing. Our work includes stewardship and restoration projects, often performed by volunteers. We champion policies that marry sustainability and economic development.
Thursday, May 2, 2019 from 6:30-8:30pm
6:30-8:30pm
The RE Sources monthly Clean Energy Activist Meetings in Whatcom and Skagit counties are hosted by our Clean Energy program. The meetings are a great place for community activists to come together and learn about our recent work fighting coal, oil, and liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects in our community and throughout the Pacific Northwest, and what you can do to help. Bellingham meets either the First or Second Monday of every month, Skagit County the First or Second Wednesday of every month. For more information, contact Eddy Ury at eddyu@re-sources.org or 360-733-8307 or click here.
Friday
May
3
2019
Friday, May 3, 2019 from 1:30-4:30pm
1:30-4:30pm
Every Friday, the Society for Ecological Restoration and UW Nursery will be hosting a work party. If you're interested in learning more about native plant propagation or want to get your hands dirty with seed sowing, fertilizing, weeding and more, come on down! No experience necessary, just bring clothes that can get dirty and a positive attitude! To learn more, click here: https://green.uw.edu/promote/events#/?i=1
Saturday
May
4
2019
Saturday, May 4, 2019 from 2-4pm
2-4pm
Seward Park Audubon Center is working to keep Seward Park beautiful, vibrant and healthy. We need help removing invasive plants and planting native trees and shrubs. We provide gloves, tools, mulch and more. Join us in preserving this gem to enjoy now and well into the future!Ages 12 and up2:00PM - 4:00PM Register for either day and get more information here:  Saturday, November 10 or  Saturday, November 17
Sunday
May
5
2019
Sunday, May 5, 2019 from 2-4pm
2-4pm
Join us for an in-depth study of "Breaking White Silence" by Robin DiAngelo. Please read chapters 1 - 4 for the first session. The study group will be following a curriculum especially created to go with this book and will meet six times every other Sunday. To RSVP for the location and to borrow a copy of the book, email bookclub@350Seattle.org.
Monday
May
6
2019
Tuesday
May
7
2019
Tuesday, May 7, 2019 from 11am-noon
11am-noon
Venue:
@
On Line Webinar
The Northwest Climate Science Center is excited to announce its new Actionable Climate Science Skills-building Webinar Series! This webinar series is designed to help those engaged in climate science research better understand the range of approaches for developing actionable science. Each webinar will explore ways to support effective collaborations between scientific researchers and natural resource managers. Our first webinar is next Tuesday, April 3rd at 11:00 AM (PT).Upcoming webinars include: Developing a successful co-production collaboration between scientists and practitionersMeade Krosby & Amy Snover | 11:00 AM (PT) | Tuesday, April 3rdAn introduction to collaborative research methods Alison Meadow | 11:00 AM (PT) | Tuesday, May 1st The role of communication in knowledge co-productionHeidi Roop & Darcy Widmayer | 11:00 AM (PT) | Tuesday, June 5thBest practices for collaborative climate adaptation research between tribal and non-tribal partnersChas Jones & Amelia Marchand | 11:00 AM (PT) | Tuesday, July 10thLearn more and register today! 
Tuesday, May 7, 2019 from 5:30-6:30pm
5:30-6:30pm
Local 20/20's T-Lab is working on local transportation solutions that integrate walking, bikes, mass transit and minimize the need for fossil-fueled cars. For example, Jefferson Transit Authority's 4 Corners Park & Ride? They offer bike hangers and lockers and level 2 charging stations for your electric vehicle. Learn about such efforts and more at T-Lab's next meeting. Feel free to pack along a snack in your pannier for this early evening meeting. Time: 5:30 p.m. Location: Contact Richard (richard@l2020.org) for the address.
Wednesday
May
8
2019
Wednesday, May 8, 2019 from 7-9am
7-9am
https://climates.ejoinme.org/2019BreakfastRegistration
Wednesday, May 8, 2019 from 5-6pm
5-6pm
The UU Climate Action Roundtable is a monthly opportunity for Unitarian Universalist CATs, activists, and friends to come together online or by phone for conversation about spiritual resources, current events, stories, questions and struggles, and calls for action and solidarity towards climate justice.Calls take place the second Wednesday of each month at 8pm Eastern / 5pm Pacific. You can join by phone or web (Zoom.us); by yourself or with others in your congregation.  Sign up to join the Climate Action Roundtable mailing list and get dial-in information for the next call.JOIN THE ROUNDTABLE
Wednesday, May 8, 2019 from 5-6pm
5-6pm
Venue:
@
fpudzoek
Citizens Climate Lobby has a national call to explain their mission and process for lobbying Congress for a Carbon Neutral Fee and Dividend. Register for call here and get more information here: https://citizensclimatelobby.org/join-weekly-intro-call/
Wednesday, May 8, 2019 from 6-8pm
6-8pm
Regular meeting of the Beyond Coal and Oil Task Force of SW WA is held the second Wednesday of every month normally at 6:00 pm.
Thursday
May
9
2019
Thursday, May 9, 2019 from noon-2pm
noon-2pm
The Jefferson County Energy Lunch series invites energy experts to present to our interested citizens, business leaders, government officials, and energy professionals. The monthly Energy Lunch programs, held every third Thursdays from noon to 2 pm at the Port Townsend Yacht Club at 2503 Washington Street in the Boat Haven on the Port Townsend waterfront. The presentations are from 12:30 - 1:30, with time before and after for informal discussions. The Energy Lunch is free and open to the public; bring your brown bag lunch. For more info, email Rick Van Auken at rva@countyenergy.us.
Thursday, May 9, 2019 from 4:30-6:15pm
4:30-6:15pm
Verify time and place of meeting directly with group.  Want to help educate the community on what we all can do related to reducing our carbon footprint? Attend our monthly meeting to learn more about what is currently planned, and add your ideas to the mix! Meetings are generally on the Second Thursday of the month, from 4:30-6:15 pm at the Jefferson County Public Health Dept., next door to QFC. Contact: CAG@L2020.org. The Jefferson County/Port Townsend Climate Action Committee has two working groups, this one on climate outreach and one on climate change preparedness that meets on the fourth Monday of each month.
Thursday, May 9, 2019 from 7-8:30pm
7-8:30pm
For information about this meeting click here.  The Bainbridge Climate Action meeting is normally on the second Thursday of each month.  Verify date, time and location with the organizer.
Friday
May
10
2019
Friday, May 10, 2019 from 1:30-4:30pm
1:30-4:30pm
Every Friday, the Society for Ecological Restoration and UW Nursery will be hosting a work party. If you're interested in learning more about native plant propagation or want to get your hands dirty with seed sowing, fertilizing, weeding and more, come on down! No experience necessary, just bring clothes that can get dirty and a positive attitude! To learn more, click here: https://green.uw.edu/promote/events#/?i=1
Saturday
May
11
2019
Saturday, May 11, 2019 from 9:30am-noon
9:30am-noon
Optional potluck brunch at 9:30; national conference call at 10:00; plan, practice laser talks and write letters at 11:00. Email seattle@citizensclimatelobby.org for info.
Saturday, May 11, 2019 from 9:30am-noon
9:30am-noon
Please come for a social gathering at 9:30, the International Call starts at 10am which lasts about an hour. Coffee/ Tea provided: (optional) Please bring your own cup or go across the street for Coffee at Herkimer’s or Café Vita. Bring finger food to share. There is an internet connection. We also have 3rd Sat. CCL writing group at Couth Buzzards book shop & café, 10:00 to 12:pm (8310 Greenwood Ave N, Seattle). Hope you can come, have a chat, and write a letter to the editor, your member of congress, or an important endorser. Email seattle@citizensclimatelobby.org for info.
Saturday, May 11, 2019 from 2-4pm
2-4pm
Seward Park Audubon Center is working to keep Seward Park beautiful, vibrant and healthy. We need help removing invasive plants and planting native trees and shrubs. We provide gloves, tools, mulch and more. Join us in preserving this gem to enjoy now and well into the future!Ages 12 and up2:00PM - 4:00PM Register for either day and get more information here:  Saturday, November 10 or  Saturday, November 17
Sunday
May
12
2019
Sunday, May 12, 2019 from 2-8pm
2-8pm
Repeat Series: Fill in what you missed before, or start the series now! Third of three workshops to advance us on ending racism in our work supporting climate justice. Led by Tara Villalba, Sweetwater, and others from the Mangrove Collective Overall Goals: 1. Co-create and co-keep a space that is safe enough to have some charged conversations about ending racism 2. Build relationships with other participants as we learn and commit to ending racism, genocide, and war, in our environmental justice work. 3. Build a practice around convivio and encuentro Allies to Immigrants: Displacement and migration, deportation, privatization, bracero, war, and colonization, family trees, languages, resilient relationships, refugees Cost: sliding scale, scholarships available Register in advance to guarantee your space: http://350seattle.org/people-gonna-rise/. Registration link will be working soon! Contact kara@350seattle.org to get on the interest list, or get more info. Come to all three if you can as they build on each other! These 6-hr workshops will be a mix of short presentations of how oppressions and oppressive systems work, and how individual experiences can intersect along axes of different oppressions, small group storytelling (longer times with opportunities for deeper sharing and deep listening), large group sharing (shorter and mostly of highlights from small group discussions), and time for individual creative reflection. Nearby public transit: Beacon Hill Light Rail Station: .1 mile, 2 minute walk. (East on S. Lander and its at the first corner, with 17th Ave. South.) Bus 36 the 60 and the 107 go to Beacon Hill Station as well. Carpool site for this date: https://www.groupcarpool.com/t/h0ux6s Sign up to drive or ride. There is not a lot of street parking, so please take public transportation or arrive early.
Sunday, May 12, 2019 from 3-9pm
3-9pm
Repeat Series: Fill in what you missed before, or start the series now! Third of three workshops to advance us on ending racism in our work supporting climate justice. Led by Tara Villalba, Sweetwater, and others from the Mangrove Collective Overall Goals: 1. Co-create and co-keep a space that is safe enough to have some charged conversations about ending racism 2. Build relationships with other participants as we learn and commit to ending racism, genocide, and war, in our environmental justice work. 3. Build a practice around convivio and encuentro Solidarity with Natives: Indigenous sovereignty, broken treaties, settler colonialism, genocide, dignity, and respect Domestic, Dependent Nations, removal policies, no empty lands Cost: sliding scale, scholarships available Register in advance to guarantee your space: http://350seattle.org/people-gonna-rise/. Registration link will be working soon! Contact kara@350seattle.org to get on the interest list, or get more info. Come to all three if you can as they build on each other! These 6-hr workshops will be a mix of short presentations of how oppressions and oppressive systems work, and how individual experiences can intersect along axes of different oppressions, small group storytelling (longer times with opportunities for deeper sharing and deep listening), large group sharing (shorter and mostly of highlights from small group discussions), and time for individual creative reflection. Nearby public transit: Beacon Hill Light Rail Station: .1 mile, 2 minute walk.  (East on S. Lander and its at the first corner, with 17th Ave. South.) Bus 36 the 60 and the 107 go to Beacon Hill Station as well. Carpool site for this date: https://www.groupcarpool.com/t/ihp9xt Sign up to drive or ride. There is not a lot of street parking, so please take public transportation or arrive early.
Monday
May
13
2019
Monday, May 13, 2019 from 4:15-5:45pm
4:15-5:45pm
Typically meeting in a room provided by Transportation Choices Coalition, in the Vance Building on 3rd Ave. Contact Andrew at akandrew37@gmail.com for details.
Monday, May 13, 2019 from 4:15-5:45pm
4:15-5:45pm
350Seattle Transportation Team typically meets in a room provided by Transportation Choices Coalition, in the Vance Building on 3rd Ave. Contact Andrew at akandrew37@gmail.com for details.
Tuesday
May
14
2019
Tuesday, May 14, 2019 from 5:30-7:30pm
5:30-7:30pm
All are welcome to at Seattle Greendrinks! Join us the second Tuesday of every month, starting around 5:30pm. The goal of our group is pretty simple: good times shared among people working in, or interested in, environmental and sustainability issues. Please help us reduce waste - even compostable waste - by bringing your own mugs. Seattle Greendrinks changes locations every month. For details, please go to www.seattlegreendrinks.org/events
Tuesday, May 14, 2019 from 6:30-9pm
6:30-9pm
Owners' Show 'n Tell begins around 6:30 p.m. with a dozen or more electric vehicles on display followed by meeting ~7:00 p.m.Information about SEVA and up-to-date event information can be found on their website.Previous meetings' minutes are available here.
Wednesday
May
15
2019
Wednesday, May 15, 2019 from 4-6:45pm
4-6:45pm
The monthly Local 20/20 Steering Council meeting is open to all and welcomes those interested in active involvement in Local 20/20 leadership. Newcomers are always welcome. If you'd like an orientation, please email Richard Dandridge at richard@l2020.org. Also, free babysitting is available with an experienced person, who will take the kids to the Port Townsend Library, but RSVPs are required for the babysitting - RSVP to Jenifer Taylor at (360)385-3666 or jenifer@l2020.org.
Wednesday, May 15, 2019 from 5-6pm
5-6pm
Venue:
@
fpudzoek
Citizens Climate Lobby has a national call to explain their mission and process for lobbying Congress for a Carbon Neutral Fee and Dividend. Register for call here and get more information here: https://citizensclimatelobby.org/join-weekly-intro-call/
Wednesday, May 15, 2019 from 6:30-8:30pm
6:30-8:30pm
350 uses online campaigns, grassroots organizing, and mass public actions to oppose new coal, oil and gas projects, take money out of the companies that are heating up the planet, and build 100% clean energy solutions that work for all. Come help us fight climate change from within our Eastside communities!  Facebook event page.Normally we meet the third Wednesday of each month.Bring a snack to share if you like. 🍪☕️All are welcome!Snacks and Getting Settled 6:30-7pmSaving the World 7-8:30pm
Thursday
May
16
2019
Thursday, May 16, 2019 from 12:30-1:30pm
12:30-1:30pm
The Jefferson County Energy Lunch meets Third Thursdays from noon to 2 pm at the Port Townsend Yacht Club at 2503 Washington Street in the Boat Haven on the Port Townsend waterfront. The presentations are from 12:30 - 1:30, with time before and after for informal discussions. The Energy Lunch is free and open to the public; bring your brown bag lunch. For more info, email Rick Van Auken at rva@countyenergy.us.
Thursday, May 16, 2019 from 3-5pm
3-5pm
Monthly meeting of the Local 2020 Energy Action group, dedicated to finding practical answers to help us locally to conserve energy, save money, enhance our self-reliance and strengthen our community. Contact Tom Engel at EAG@l2020.org for details. Please park in the back or ride your bike.
Thursday, May 16, 2019 from 6:30-8pm
6:30-8pm
3rd Thursday of every month, 7pm—8 pm. Come at 6:30 to mix and have snacks with friends. The Beyond Coal and Oil Taskforce group works to support initiatives to prevent coal and oil based energy and exports throughout the Pacific Northwest. All welcome For more information: click here. Contact Cecile Garnez to verify time and location of meeting at cecile.gernez@sierraclub.org or Victoria Leistman at victoria.leistman@sierraclub.org
Thursday, May 16, 2019 from 6:30-7:30pm
6:30-7:30pm
Climate Science on Tap presents Climate Adaptation: Are We Doing Enough? As we face climate change impacts already headed our way, what is being done to prepare?  That brings up climate adaptation, and in this panel discussion we will focus on the science and implementation work being done at the state and local level by governments and communities. More details to follow.Panelists: Speakers: Meg Smith and/or Lara Whitely-Binder [King county]* ______TBA______   [UW Climate Impacts Group]*           TBA              [                                                       ]*Moderator:  P Sean McDonald, PhD, College of the Environment, University of Washington*Tickets: Free.  Open to all ages and dogs too!For more information see Climate Science on Tap.  Sponsored by Cascadia Climate Action as part of its Climate Science on Tap series.  Cascadia Climate Action is proud to be a part of the CascadiaNow! nonprofit, 501(c)(3) family!*Affiliations are provided for identification purposes only.
Friday
May
17
2019
Friday, May 17, 2019 from 1:30-4:30pm
1:30-4:30pm
Every Friday, the Society for Ecological Restoration and UW Nursery will be hosting a work party. If you're interested in learning more about native plant propagation or want to get your hands dirty with seed sowing, fertilizing, weeding and more, come on down! No experience necessary, just bring clothes that can get dirty and a positive attitude! To learn more, click here: https://green.uw.edu/promote/events#/?i=1
Saturday
May
18
2019
Saturday, May 18, 2019 from 10am-noon
10am-noon
Draft letters (with Citizens Climate Lobby of Seattle) to the editors (LTEs) and Members of Congress (MOC). Have coffee with friends! Get support in crafting effective letters
Saturday, May 18, 2019 from 2-4pm
2-4pm
Seward Park Audubon Center is working to keep Seward Park beautiful, vibrant and healthy. We need help removing invasive plants and planting native trees and shrubs. We provide gloves, tools, mulch and more. Join us in preserving this gem to enjoy now and well into the future!Ages 12 and up2:00PM - 4:00PM Register for either day and get more information here:  Saturday, November 10 or  Saturday, November 17
Sunday
May
19
2019
Monday
May
20
2019
Tuesday
May
21
2019
Tuesday, May 21, 2019 from 5:30-6:30pm
5:30-6:30pm
Local 20/20's T-Lab is working on local transportation solutions that integrate walking, bikes, mass transit and minimize the need for fossil-fueled cars. For example, Jefferson Transit Authority's 4 Corners Park & Ride? They offer bike hangers and lockers and level 2 charging stations for your electric vehicle. Learn about such efforts and more at T-Lab's next meeting. Feel free to pack along a snack in your pannier for this early evening meeting. Time: 5:30 p.m. Location: Contact Richard (richard@l2020.org) for the address.
Wednesday
May
22
2019
Wednesday, May 22, 2019 from 5-6pm
5-6pm
Venue:
@
fpudzoek
Citizens Climate Lobby has a national call to explain their mission and process for lobbying Congress for a Carbon Neutral Fee and Dividend. Register for call here and get more information here: https://citizensclimatelobby.org/join-weekly-intro-call/
Thursday
May
23
2019
Friday
May
24
2019
Friday, May 24, 2019 from 1:30-4:30pm
1:30-4:30pm
Every Friday, the Society for Ecological Restoration and UW Nursery will be hosting a work party. If you're interested in learning more about native plant propagation or want to get your hands dirty with seed sowing, fertilizing, weeding and more, come on down! No experience necessary, just bring clothes that can get dirty and a positive attitude! To learn more, click here: https://green.uw.edu/promote/events#/?i=1
Saturday
May
25
2019
Saturday, May 25, 2019 from 2-4pm
2-4pm
Seward Park Audubon Center is working to keep Seward Park beautiful, vibrant and healthy. We need help removing invasive plants and planting native trees and shrubs. We provide gloves, tools, mulch and more. Join us in preserving this gem to enjoy now and well into the future!Ages 12 and up2:00PM - 4:00PM Register for either day and get more information here:  Saturday, November 10 or  Saturday, November 17
Sunday
May
26
2019
Monday
May
27
2019
Monday, May 27, 2019 from 2-4pm
2-4pm
Interested in learning more about how climate change will impact Jefferson County, and what we can do as a community to prepare? Attend our monthly meeting, generally on the 4th Monday of the month, to learn about current projects and how to get involved. At the conference room of First Federal Bank. You can access Local2020's calendar here.Please park in the back or on the side, or take the bus or ride your bike! Contact cindy@l2020.org for more information.
Monday, May 27, 2019 from 6:30-8:30pm
6:30-8:30pm
350 Everett is a chapter of the national 350.org. We are working on climate change issues - and many related issues - at the local level. The whole group meets once a month on the fourth Monday. Individual work groups meet throughout the month.
Tuesday
May
28
2019
Wednesday
May
29
2019
Wednesday, May 29, 2019 from 5-6pm
5-6pm
Venue:
@
fpudzoek
Citizens Climate Lobby has a national call to explain their mission and process for lobbying Congress for a Carbon Neutral Fee and Dividend. Register for call here and get more information here: https://citizensclimatelobby.org/join-weekly-intro-call/
Thursday
May
30
2019
Friday
May
31
2019
Friday, May 31, 2019 from 1:30-4:30pm
1:30-4:30pm
Every Friday, the Society for Ecological Restoration and UW Nursery will be hosting a work party. If you're interested in learning more about native plant propagation or want to get your hands dirty with seed sowing, fertilizing, weeding and more, come on down! No experience necessary, just bring clothes that can get dirty and a positive attitude! To learn more, click here: https://green.uw.edu/promote/events#/?i=1
June
2019
Saturday
Jun
1
2019