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  • July 3, 2019
  • sscanaccount

A STRONG YEAR FOR CLIMATE AND ENVIRONMENTAL LEGISLATION IN OLYMPIA (By John Stafford)   The 2019 Washington State Legislative Session was... Continue Reading

SSCAN Summer Schedule

  • June 12, 2019
  • sscanaccount

Summer is upon us and although we are still BUSY working to protect our climate, contacting legislators, sending newsletters, and organizing... Continue Reading

Seatac Airport Expansion: Bad for South Seattle and the Climate by Andrew Kidde

  • bethbrunton

Seatac Airport Expansion: Bad for South Seattle and the Climate More and more of my friends are limiting or stopping airplane... Continue Reading

Let’s Talk About Climate!

  • June 5, 2019
  • sscanaccount

Let’s Talk About Climate! Sometimes it’s scary talking about climate change when you don’t know if people care about the issue.... Continue Reading

Let’s Get Rebellious!

  • sscanaccount

Youth are leading the way (both literally and metaphorically) with Climate Action Families and Extinction Rebellion, Seattle. On My 24th, SSCAN leaders... Continue Reading

Rep. Adam Smith challenges Sea Tac expansion proposal

  • bethbrunton

How can we protect our homes and air from the threat of escalating aviation noise and emissions? Here is a press... Continue Reading

Oregon Children’s Trust lawsuit heard by Federal Appeals Court by Lang Marsh

  • bethbrunton

On June 4, 2019 the young people who brought the Juliana v. US lawsuit participated in a lively hearing before the... Continue Reading

Youth Sue Government to Protect their Future using Climate Science By Lang Marsh

  • May 31, 2019
  • sscanaccount

Attorney Andrea Rodgers, with Our Children’s Trust,  and Pete Erickson, scientist with the Stockholm Environment Institute participated in a South Seattle Climate... Continue Reading

City Council Candidate Surveys Are Coming In!

  • May 21, 2019
  • sscanaccount

Several weeks ago, SSCAN sent a survey to city council candidates about climate change and other environmental issues. We did so... Continue Reading

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