Love clean energy? Come join us for a screening of a new film on the rise and challenges of solar power across the U.S.
On Wednesday, April 13, Yes on I-732 supporters will gather at the AMC Loews Oak Tree cinema for a 7 p.m. screening of Catching the Sun.
See the movie’s website (with trailer) and Facebook page.
Then buy your tickets here: https://www.tugg.com/events/93422
As the bright full moon set and the pre-dawn fog lifted to reveal a crisp and clear February morning, nearly 80 supporters arrived in Olympia to participate in meetings scheduled with legislators in 22 districts across the state. Traveling largely by carpool, participants arrived ready to talk to their legislators about the importance of taking climate action and request endorsements for I-732. more
This op-ed piece was written by Carbon Washington co-chair Joe Ryan and published in the Moscow-Pullman Daily News on Monday, Feb. 22.
The 2015 wildfire season was the worst on record in Washington. Wildfires burned at least 300 homes, more than one million acres and caused $340 million in damages across the state. Three Twisp firefighters were killed and another was severely injured. Further, 2015 was another catastrophic drought emergency year, severely impacting irrigated agriculture and our quality of life. Unless something is done to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, years like 2015 will become the “new normal.” more
With support of the Earth Stewards of Interfaith Works, the Interfaith Works Board of Directors has unanimously adopted the following motion: “People of faith worldwide bring a crucial spiritual and moral voice to the issue of climate change and the pressing need to act boldly. The Interfaith Works Board of Directors finds that passage of Initiative 732 would be an important step forward in combating climate change and therefore endorses I-732 . . .” more