By Paul Pickett | Environmental Engineer and Thurston Conservation District Supervisor | Contributing Writer The IPCC Land Use report (1) challenges us to address our agricultural and food systems globally to reduce carbon emissions and prepare for the climate instability yet to come. But how can we bring this complex wonky report down to earth here in…

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By Nick Wynn | Contributing Writer The United Nation’s Intergovernmantal Panel on Climate Change has issued a landmark Special Report on Climate Change and Land  (https://www.ipcc.ch/report/srccl/). Authored by the combined effort of 107 climate experts from 52 countries, the report characterizes and quantifies the impact of our global land use on climate change, including its effect…

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Send Comments to Reject Permit for Tacoma LNG Project From Power Past Fracked Gas Despite opposition from the Puyallup Tribe, over 80 community organizations, and Governor Inslee, Puget Sound Energy (PSE) is still working to complete their fracked gas project in Tacoma. This project is an affront to our climate, health, and safety. PSE needs one final…

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By Eduardo Garcia | July 3, 2019  The New York Times, Climate Fwd: Newsletter A heat wave scorched Europe through the weekend and Americans are facing what’s predicted to be a very hot couple of months. Last summer ranked as the fourth-hotteston record for the lower 48 states, and this year’s temperatures are expected to be above average in most of…

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