Hello to all of you lovely climate organizers across the PNW.

It’s Grace Hope, and I sure hope I get to see your faces next Monday! We have a super awesome call planned.

And we have some really exciting special guests joining us!

  • Samantha Krop co-founder and Steering Committee member of the Pacific Northwest Forest Climate Alliance to share about their regional efforts around forestry as a climate issue

  • Elizabeth Dunne from Earth Law Center to talk with us about their efforts around a forest land management case in the WA Supreme Court and their work on the Rights of Nature

  • Ingrid Elliot and Andrew Kidde of 350 Seattle’s Transportation Team to talk about the new ways we can all get involved across the state over the summer on transportation issues

350 PNW Conversations

June 14th, 6pm – 7:30pm PT

Register HERE

Have something from your local 350 group you’d like to add to our agenda? Email me, Grace@350Seattle.org to let me know.

These regional conversation calls are open to all active organizers from 350.org-affiliated local groups in Washington, Oregon, Alaska, Idaho, and Montana and are a place to join in conversation around our local and regional efforts to grow the movement for climate justice.

Grace Hope (they/them)

Leadership Development Director with 350 Seattle
Network Facilitator with the 350 WA Network
Organizing on the ancestral lands of the Puyallup Tribe and Coast Salish peoples