Participate in the Legislative Process:  We are a little over halfway through this year’s legislative session and a number of Climate & Justice Legislation Bills are being considered.  Here’s your chance to give your opinions!  Join in for today by following the directions below OR join the CAT TEAM (Civic Action Team) and participate weekly.


Join the TOWN HALL with Representatives Kim Schrier & Dan Newhouse tonight at 6:00 pm:


Special Training on Standing with Indigenous Water Protectors – March 24 @ 4:30 pm

On April 9, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will head to court and share their findings from the environmental impact review of the Dakota Access pipeline and the danger it poses to the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe.1 This is a critical hearing because the court could order the Army Corps of Engineers to shut down DAPL.

We need to stand in solidarity with Indigenous water protectors and allies, because every single day that passes, the health and safety of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe is threatened.

To help people join the fight, we’re hosting a special training — led by on-the-ground activists and Indigenous leaders — where attendees will learn how to take actions to stop DAPL, Line 3, and all other fossil fuel projects.

Webinar Registration – Zoom


Image (Artist: Saiyare Refaei IG: @_saikick_)


We have a huge opportunity.

This year, the Department of Ecology is making a new rule on how fossil fuel projects will be evaluated. This is our opportunity to get ahead of industry and stop polluting facilities before they get started. It’s time to change the rules of the game. 

Insist that the new rules to acknowledge and uphold treaty rights, include community health assessments, safeguard communities from inadequate assessments, include cumulative impacts and lifecycle emissions, and ensure that best available science is used.

Take action to protect Washington communities!

RSVP today to join this important town hall event!

Register Here:


Other Updates:

NCW United – 7 Days of Action #213

Yale Climate Connections: Zero Emissions can grow the U.S. Economy!

Yale Climate Connections:  Consider a Lenten “Carbon Fast” –

Save the Date: Wenatchee Interfaith Climate Group – April 14 @ 1:00 email us at for more information.


Sue Kane – Newsletter Editor