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City Council: Pass the new Seattle Energy Code now

  • January 13, 2021
  • noemie1

Did you know that our local building contribute to  1/3 of our local emissions?  And that building  are one of the... Continue Reading

Tell the Port: Stop Airport Expansion! from 350 Aviation Team

  • noemie1

Sample letter to Port Commissioners: Dear Port Commissioners: As you begin 2021, please make a New Years Resolution to listen to... Continue Reading

Seattle Public Schools: Transition to 100% Clean Renewable Energy Now By Megan Slade

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How can we support healthier students and  a more sustainable, equitable community? SSCAN urges family, friends and neighbors to support the... Continue Reading

350WA – State Climate Action Team – 2021 Legislative Priorities

  • January 11, 2021
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    350 WA Network’s Civic Action Team 2021 Legislative Priorities   Now is the time for bold action. Now is the time... Continue Reading

Fund State Weatherization Assistance Program!

  • January 8, 2021
  • noemie1

Fund the Weatherization Assistance Program this year! Home heating by gas or oil is a major source of climate pollution.  It’s... Continue Reading

Stay Healthy Streets: Support Rainier Valley Greenways

  • January 5, 2021
  • noemie1

Do you appreciate safe, healthy streets to walk or bike with your family, friends and neighbors with plenty of socially-distanced space?... Continue Reading

Call for President Biden to Take Climate Justice Action Now

  • noemie1

Remember that toxic smoke engulfing our region last summer? We first heard about huge wildfires raging in California, then in Oregon,... Continue Reading

Support Big, Bold, WA Strong by Emily Knudsen

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The Washington Strong Act: It’s Big, It’s Bold, It’s Necessary by Emily Knudsen, Chair 37th LD Environment and Climate Caucus In... Continue Reading

350 WA Network’s CAT 2021 State Leg. Prioirities

  • noemie1

    350 WA Network’s Civic Action Team 2021 Legislative Priorities Now is the time for bold action. Now is the... Continue Reading

Lake WA Blvd: walk, roll or bike Fri. Dec. 18th -Mon. Jan. 4th, 2021

  • December 21, 2020
  • noemie1

Message from SDOT, Seattle Department of Transportation: Starting Friday, December 18 thru January 3, one mile of the northern portion of... Continue Reading