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City Council Candidates: How will you protect our climate?

  • May 15, 2019
  • bethbrunton

At SSCAN we believe that the most important question we ask ourselves, each other, and our leaders may be,  “What more... Continue Reading

Make Rainier Valley a Safer & Better Place to Walk & Bike by Andrew Kidde

  • May 1, 2019
  • bethbrunton

Remember when you were a kid riding your bike or just exploring your neighborhood on foot… Do you still sometimes get... Continue Reading

Celebrate, thank and keep moving forward by Lang Marsh

  • bethbrunton

This was a banner year for climate and environmental legislation Washington. Please write to your legislators and news outlets to thank... Continue Reading

Green-A-Thon: Support Got Green

  • April 3, 2019
  • bethbrunton

Got Green Green-A-Thon 2019 SSCAN is once again supporting Got Green, the area’s leading grassroots climate justice organization, in its annual... Continue Reading

Freeing our Homes from Plastic by Susan and Merv Montacute

  • March 8, 2019
  • bethbrunton

Free Your Home from Plastic Looking back, it’s impossible to believe that nearly 20 years have passed since the turn of... Continue Reading

Just Transition and the Circular Economy – By Behnosh Najafi

  • February 14, 2019
  • sscanaccount

The Circular Economy (CE) is experiencing a ground swell of interest from large companies, institutions and governments (e.g., Google, Nike, Ellen... Continue Reading

Olympia Bill Could Shape the Future of Transportation – By Andrew Kidde

  • sscanaccount

Rules for robot deliveries? …Regulating electric scooters? …Photo enforcement of traffic violators? These are just a few of the bills down in... Continue Reading

Make Rainier Ave Safer and Greener

  • February 13, 2019
  • bethbrunton

Make Rainier Avenue Safer and Greener by Andrew Kidde As we ponder climate change, we realize there are many huge, systemic... Continue Reading

Green New Deal Now! By Lang Marsh

  • February 6, 2019
  • bethbrunton

Green New Deal is gaining momentum On February 9th, environmental and social justice organizations are joining forces to tell Congressmembers that... Continue Reading

Fossil Free King County Ordinance Passed!

  • bethbrunton

Fossil Free King County Ordinance Passed! We just had a BIG win! At their Jan. 28 meeting, the King County Council... Continue Reading