Sept. 13 – Wenatchee Interfaith Climate Group meeting @ 1:00 We look at the Climate Crisis through a Spiritual point of view and take actions in faith.  If you are interested in joining us, email

Join the Yale Center for Environmental Communication in hosting Alice Hill. She will discuss the necessary elements for climate preparedness and where the United States is along its preparedness journey.

The Fight for Climate
After COVID-19

Friday, September 16th, 2022

12pm – 1pm EST

Register for the webinar here



Sustainable NCW is organizing a tour of Waste Management’s SMaRT recycling center in Spokane.  The tour is set for Wednesday September 21 from 1:00 to 3:00 PM.  Attendees need: closed toe shoes, full-length pants and hair tied back.  If you would like to attend this tour, please contact Rick Edwards (509-885-0337 or 
The Spokane Materials and Recycling Technology (SMaRT) Center opened in 2012, paving the way for convenient, efficient collection of mixed recyclables from tens of thousands of businesses and residences in Washington, Idaho and British Columbia.  Waste Management invested $18 million in this single stream recycling facility located on an 8-acre site in Spokane.  The SMaRT Center can process 100,000 tons of recyclables per year and is the centerpiece of a regional strategy aimed at dramatically reducing waste and boosting recycling in the area.  The 62,000 square foot, “single-stream” facility allows residents and businesses to recycle a broader assortment of materials, resulting in dramatically higher recycling and landfill diversion rates.  
 COME SAY “HI!” TO SUE AND JEANNE AT THE CHELAN FARMER’S MARKET – SEPT. 29TH 2:00-6:00 pm. THE MARKET IS AT RIVERWALK PARK. We will be writing postcards to the top 4 banks that are STILL funding fossil fuel extraction! “When will they ever learn?” Ride the bus to Chelan – it’s free!

7 Days of Action #277 Check out what’s going on!

As the World Floods and Burns, It’s Time to Hold Wall Street to Account – Excellent read!

New Position: Heat Officer
Time to figure out EV charging in cities:
That sounds fair:
Sue Kane – editor