Coming April 10th ShutDownChase 2019


Gwich’in leaders, veterans and scientists will testify before Congress on importance of ANWR – Tuesday Morning live

Thank you for your emails, calls and donations that have inspired congressional champions to make the Arctic Cultural and Coastal Plain Protection Act a priority.

Tomorrow, a panel of Gwich’in leaders, veterans and scientists will testify before Congress about the importance of protecting the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. They will speak about threats facing the Porcupine caribou herd and its importance to a subsistence lifestyle, about protecting delicate polar bear habitat, and about the importance of safeguarding a place wild enough to heal the deepest traumas.

If you’d like to watch the hearing, we’ll post a link to the live stream on our homepageFacebook and Twitter on Tuesday (tomorrow) morning. You can also follow us on Twitter as we live-tweet from the legislative hearing.

As soon as we can, we’ll share the most powerful highlights from this event, made possible with the help of your voices and donations.

Thank you,

Adam
Executive Director

 


CCNCW Minutes and Events

CCNCW and other Local Climate Groups have been busy! Please read the attached minutes.
Thursday – March 28: Come Strategize with 350Wenatchee.org! If you’ve never been to a 350Wenatchee meeting, this should be a fun one. We will be talking about future events and making signs for our April 10 action.  Upper Valley residents here’s your chance –  we will be meeting at  246 Ringrud Lane in Cashmere? Noon – ?
 
NCW United – 7 Days of Action #111 (attached)
Yale Climate Connections Article: Why U.S. businesses are still working toward the goals of the Paris Climate Agreement.

CCNCW Events this Week

SCIENCE IN OUR VALLEY March 20.2019

This Week:
March 20 – Wednesday: 
* Interfaith Group at Susan Evan’s Home – 1:00-2:30 p.m. – 1101 Appleland Dr.
Science in our Valley features Dr. Frank Dunnivant – Professor at Whitman College presenting  “ENVIRONMENTAL SUCCESS STORIES”   – see attachment for details
March 21 – Thursday:
* Green Drinks – Sustainable Wenatchee – at the Stones GastroPub @ 4:30
 
March 23 – Saturday:
* A Joyful Tour of Sustainable Living –  Joyful Scholars Montessori School – See their FaceBook page for details
*Townhall Meeting with Representatives Mike Steele and Keith Goehner @ WVC Grove Hall 10-noon
 
Sue Kane – email co-editor

Like ANWR, only water – and by local group I deeply respect!

Click on the last line – it’ll show an impressive video and link to public comment page.  April 15th is deadline for comment.  You won’t get put on email lists!!

Puget Soundkeeper

#SavetheCleanWaterAct, Dump Trump’s Dirty Water Rule

We need your help, submit public comment by April 15th

The Trump Administration’s proposal to gut the Clean Water Act would seek to redefine Waters of the United States (WOTUS), significantly reducing the number of waterways protected under the Clean Water Act. Trump’s Dirty Water Rule would give free rein to polluters to dump chemicals or animal waste into small streams and wetlands.  This proposed rollback on federal protections would destroy acres of wetlands and push imperiled species like our wild salmon and resident Orca closer to extinction.

Our resolve is strong. Our mission is clear. We’ll fight with all we have to protect clean water for salmon, orca whales, and the health of our communities.

With your help, we will win.

Join the fight to #SaveTheCleanWaterAct.


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