Oct. 12 – 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 interfaithclimatewen@gmail.com


IMPORTANT FIRST MEETING – TUES. OCT 11 @ 5:00 – The 350WA CAT TEAM provides information and technical help so each of us can contact legislators that are determining climate legislation in our state during the upcoming legislative session. We’re going to make legislative advocacy on sound and just climate policy easier and more accessible for more people than ever before. Please consider being part of this team this year.
Here’s what we’ve got for you ahead of next week’s call:

Check out our fresh new 2023 350 WA CAT Volunteer Guide for our calendar, our draft list of legislative priorities, Looking Ahead to these bills for the 2023 session and more.

Be sure to register for our 2023 Volunteer Kickoff event next Tuesday at 5-6pm. And bring a friend! This will be a fun call.

This coming session will be a long one, with a lot of complexities around funding. We hope to make a big impact by working together to mobilize real climate advocates all around the state, together.

With the 350 WA CAT this year we plan to:

  • Write & send our usual twice-a-week action alert emails.

  • Create & post actions on our social media.

  • Hopefully get our mass texting platform up and running again this year, too!

  • We also hope to pull off some constituent lobbying and a few educational webinars.

  • And have some fun advocating together!

 We hope you’ll consider being part of the collective effort it takes to make all of this possible this year.


Four years ago today, the UN released its ‘Special Report on Global Warming of 1.5C’. The report made headlines around the world, as it outlined how we have to cut global emissions in half by 2030 if we are to keep global warming below 1.5°C ― a point of warming beyond which countless millions more people will experience extreme heat, drought, floods, storms, and food insecurity. Send an email to the country’s top financial companies: we are running out of time to address the climate crisis!


Do you have a fence, wall or place to put a 12″x 24″ CLIMATE CRISIS poster similar to the one above?

We have a number of very artistic posters that need to be distributed throughout the valley. If you have a good place for one, email us at climateconversationsncw@gmail.com and we will get it to you.

Reading from Yale Climate Connections: 

Inspiring Future Enviromental Workers:


The Climate Crisis brings floods: https://yaleclimateconnections.org/2022/09/what-should-you-do-during-a-flood-stay-out-of-the-water/

Activists can make a difference:


Sue Kane – editor