• It’s time for public comment. The big report is out showing a practical pathway to removal and the Murray/Inslee comment period is open now. Read it here: www.LSRDoptions.org for more info.

    •  Now is the time to make some NOISE! Our friends at Save Our Wild Salmon have put together an awesome action alert for public comment on the Draft Report.  Make comment here!

      • You can also thank Murray and Inslee for the report and their leadership.

      • The Draft Report confirms we can replace the dams’ services fully, feasibly and affordably.

      • Salmon face extinction today and urgent action is needed.

      • Please act quickly to develop and deliver a comprehensive plan that removes the Lower Snake River dams and replaces their services with alternatives.

  • “Rally for Salmon – June 25th” This is a big flotilla event coming together on the water in Portland for June 25th to draw more attention to the story of this river and the bid to remove the dams. Tons of partners!


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I’ll cut straight to it: Trans Mountain must secure insurance coverage by the end of August, or the project can’t go ahead. That means these next few months are critical for pressuring its remaining insurers to publicly drop the pipeline and refuse to renew their contracts.

We know our pressure so far has been working. It was just a couple months ago that two more insurers cut ties with Trans Mountain in quick succession, making a total of eighteen insurers who have now refused coverage for the struggling tar sands pipeline.

But our job isn’t done until Trans Mountain can’t find insurance anywhere, and right now there are still some major companies willing to back the project. We need all hands on deck to turn up the heat, so we’ve co-organized a webinar where you can learn how you can help increase the pressure on the insurers and banks still backing this dirty pipeline.

Will you join us online for a kick-off webinar on June 23rd at 12pm PT/ 3pm ET? Click here to RSVP (or register to receive the recording).


This week, millions of Americans have been living through the effects of climate change. Floods have destroyed much of Yellowstone National Park. Severe storms have battered Chicago, Madison and Milwaukee. Temperature records have been broken in California, Arizona, Nevada, Texas, and South Carolina.

These extreme weather events are a reminder of how important it is that our banks treat the climate crisis like the emergency it is.

So, we took a look at how Chase, Citi, Wells Fargo and Bank of America’s 2030 climate targets add up. It isn’t looking good.

In May 2021, the IEA, the world’s most respected energy modeler, announced that to have a fifty percent chance of limiting global warming to 1.5°C, there can be no new oil and gas fields developed.

Yet, within three months of the IEA’s announcement, Citi, Chase, Bank of America, and Wells Fargo helped facilitate $36 billion in financing to the corporations most rapidly opening new oil and gas fields, including Exxon-Mobil, Aramco, and BP.

We as customers have the power to change that. But to change it, we first need to understand just how our banks are trying to pull the wool over our eyes with their greenwashing.

Check out our new piece to learn more about how your bank is doing on its climate promises: The good, the bad, and the ugly of Wall Street’s climate promises.

In solidarity,
– Sarah, Customers for Climate Justice

Let’s do lunch!
350Wenatchee is inviting YOU to our next meeting:
WHERE: #2 Shelter at Walla Walla Point Park
WHEN: Friday, June 24th over lunchtime.
Being outside, we’ll be Covid safe and yet under shelter with water and electricity available. Bring whatever you’d like to share for food and
whomever you think would appreciate being there.
Some ideas percolating are:
Farmers Markets – investigating insurance or other possibilities
MONEY – plenty of opportunities to work on divestment and getting the rich to pay their fair share in our state
Meeting up with our 12th district Representatives Steele on money,
climate concerns . . .
Also could meet up with Rep. Goehner on water, transportation . . .
What is YOUR passion? Bring your ideas and suggestions on
what you think our 350Wenatchee group can work on.

Last week, President Biden announced that he would invoke the Defense Production Act (DPA) to pave the way for higher domestic production of clean energy technologies like solar, building insulation, heat pumps, fuel cells, and power grid infrastructure (like transformers).

Celebrating Biden invoking the DPA

This is a massive win!!! (Here’s Leah talking about just how big of a victory it is!)

We wanted to take this moment specifically to celebrate this win with you! You’ve earned it! If you’re feeling festive, click here to tweet a thank you to the White House for invoking the DPA on climate!

There is so much more work to come. Let’s Go Joe is still moving forward calling for executive actions on healthcare and student debt. We have our work cut out for us matching the ideals of this country with its reality. But, let’s enjoy this moment. We couldn’t have done it without one another.

Together, we are Indivisible.

In solidarity,
Indivisible Team


S0mething we can ALL do! https://yaleclimateconnections.org/2022/06/saving-water-also-saves-energy/

We should do this here! https://yaleclimateconnections.org/2022/06/new-climate-friendly-housing-development-in-michigan-will-be-all-electric/

You can make a change! https://yaleclimateconnections.org/2022/05/individual-actions-can-add-up-to-help-the-climate/


Sue Kane – editor