by Natalie Barry
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released a new report on October 6, and it’s far more dramatic than any that came before it. It offers a hard deadline for climate action; just 12 years. It recognizes that climate change is already happening, and that we are currently dealing with just the tip of the iceberg of what’s ahead.
Continue reading Missing the Deadline: Address Climate Change Now; People of Color Are Feeling the Impact
by Alex Lenferna
Washington voters who open their voting guides will be in for a surprise when they see a lone atmospheric scientist standing shoulder-to-shoulder with Big Oil to oppose Initiative 1631, a plan to make polluters pay for their pollution and invest in clean energy and healthy communities.
Continue reading Opinion: If You Care About Climate Change, Don’t Listen to Cliff Mass; Vote Yes on 1631
by Johnny Mao
The City of Seattle and its leaders can further define their legacy for young people of color with the 2019-20 budget plan. Got Green’s Young Leaders propose for the City of Seattle, its councilmembers, and Mayor Jenny Durkan to fund the Green Pathways Fellowship in partnership with Rainier Valley Corps.
Continue reading Got Green Seeks City Funding for Green Pathways Fellowship
by Nate Williams
In my lifetime, I’ve seen how much we take a healthy environment for granted.
As a child I’ve always had a love for trees and all animals. When I was little I used to go on hikes with my dad. I was amazed at how tall the trees were and by the different colors of the forest. We loved going down to the beach and walking through the zoo to learn about animals from across the world. Nature was a way for me to find peace of mind.
Continue reading Tacoma Teen Supports I-1631 Because He Grew Up in an Era of Racism and Climate Injustice