Ever wonder what YOU can do about the Climate Crisis??
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  MAKE A DIFFERENCE DAY – Saturday, October 23rd, 11AM-3PM
Meet @ Shelter #1 in Walla Walla Point Park (Turn towards the river at Town Toyota Center.)
We’ll have electric vehicle and bike demonstrations, write postcards to multiple officials, learn about balancing our own carbon, paint rocks, chalk messages, “take/leave a book”, music, march along the walkway and more.  A toaster & breads will be available for food. (If we don’t do something soon, WE ARE TOAST!)

Wear your mask so we are Covid safe and join like-minded people of all ages in our community.
Let’s continue to figure out what we can do to MAKE A DIFFERENCE for our future.  


On October 29th, young people and adults alike are taking to the streets of Seattle to call out the largest climate polluters in our city.

Can you join us on the streets this Friday, October 29th?

What: Fossil Free Future: March & Action
When: Friday, October 29, meet at 11am; march ends at 130pm
Where: Meet at Waterfront Park, 1401 Alaskan Way, Seattle 98101

The march is part of a Global Day of Action, with climate activists all over the world taking to the streets to call out the funders and enablers of climate chaos. (Check out this OpEd from 30 youth-led organizations calling for the day of action in the US.) In Seattle, a youth organizing committee made up of middle schoolers, high schoolers and college students has pulled together an exciting plan that will see us march to the front doors of Chase, Liberty Mutual, and City Hall

  • We’ll march to JPMorgan Chase’s PNW HQ where we will build a climate memorial and stage a die-in to commemorate all that has already been lost to the climate crisis.

  • At Liberty Mutual’s regional HQ, we’ll take action to call out their insurance of Trans Mountain and other toxic fossil fuel projects.

  • At City Hall, we’ll demand that the Seattle City Council take action to address the climate crisis by passing the Solidarity Budget and stopping building new homes with fossil fuel heating.

To join the action, please reply to this message and I can add you to the signal group we’re using for organizing.

You can also RSVP on the Facebook event here and/or the Action Network event here.
This will be a family-friendly event and the march will be youth-led and youth-centered. At each of the three locations, we will take creative and collective action, as well as hear from powerful speakers and performers.

We hope that you will join us! – alec


One of Europe’s biggest oil giants, TotalEnergies, has been exposed. They knew that burning fossil fuels was causing climate change since the 1970s. They lied about it. They funded climate doubt and denial, and made profit while stealing our time and our future.

But here’s the thing: Total’s fossil fuel business depends on money they get from banks.

That is why we are mobilizing thousands of climate activists around the world to demand that commercial banks who finance Total and its projects stop immediately.

As this news breaks, we’re ready to make Total pay for their lies by targeting their funders from all over the world. The top commercial banks hold our hard-earned savings while funding Total’s toxic business, which fuels the climate crisis and robs us of a safe and secure future. But they have a weakness: their clients around the world.

If enough of us speak up right now and demand that these banks cut off Total’s access to money, we could become a real threat to their reputation and profits. Please take action right now by signing our petition and help us build pressure on Total’s funders!

Build Back Fossil Free Make sure Biden knows where you stand!

Please Contact President Biden – Here’s how to do it and ideas on what to say.https://world.350.org/climate-convos-ncw-2020/wp-admin/post.php?post=5228&action=edit

Newsletter editor – Sue Kane