Thurston Climate Action Team’s (TCAT) mission is to partner with our community to restore earth’s climate and create a healthy, just, and joyous world for all people and our planet

Come Celebrate and Vision with us!

We're having a party to celebrate all the work we've done in 2022 and share with you where we're headed in 2023! We will gather at the Olympia Center in Room A on January 12th from 6:00 -8:00pm to share in community, food, and good company. Please bring some food to share, labeled with all ingredients! BYO plate ware and utensils.

The TCAT Volunteer Party will be an opportunity to learn more about our programs and all the ways you can get involved, as well as a chance to share your ideas and visions for where we are headed as an organization and a local movement for Climate Justice in Thurston County. Mark your calendars! Family and friends welcome!

Volunteer Party - with date

Our work does not end with passing the Thurston Climate Mitigation Plan (TCMP). We must ensure that local governments and our communities take the steps needed to bring down our carbon pollution. You can be part of the action by joining one of our Climate Action Groups. Click on the images below to learn more about each Action Group and how to get in contact with our group leads.

By acting locally and thinking globally, we are making climate action history.  Please join us!

We acknowledge that Thurston County's land and water is the traditional territory of the Nisqually, Puyallup, Squaxin (S'Homamish, Stehchass, T'Peeksin, Squi-aitl, and Sa-heh-wamish) and the Chehalis People.

The surrounding mountains, valleys, shorelines and waterways are imbued with their presence.

We seek to nurture our relationship with our Coast Salish neighbors and our shared responsibilities to this place — their homelands — where we mutually abide

You can learn more about the Indigenous territories you occupy by visiting