Sunday, March 17, 6 p.m.
The Alaska Suite
832 – 32nd Avenue, Seattle
Carbon Washington cordially invites you to an evening of climate action like you’ve never experienced. This St. Patrick’s Day, Sunday, March 17, at 6 p.m., please join us for CarbonWA in Concert: “The Alaska Suite — a story of beauty, loss and hope,” offering music and inspiration for action against carbon pollution.
The Alaska Suite is composed by Nelda Swiggett and features a five-piece chamber jazz ensemble, with the mission of using “the power of artistic expression — live music, spoken words, images, and poetry — to connect audiences deeply and emotionally to the scientific realities of climate change, and to inform and inspire them to act now to address it.”
How do we translate science into policy? Can the legislative process address the growing threat of climate change? And how can informed citizens make a difference? Join us for the next Climate Science on Tap to find out! Our experts will share their experience communicating science and advocating for action in our state capitol with enlightening presentations and a thoughtful panel discussion. Come with questions, have a tasty brew, share in a conversation, and leave with answers! Our Policy Chair, Greg Rock, will be a panelist and we will be tabling at this event as well. Other panelists include Aseem Prakash, PhD, Director of the Center for Environmental Politics, University of Washington, and current Washington State legislators.
On site food truck, or bring in outside food and non-alcoholic beverages. Children and dogs welcome.
Thursday, April 11, 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
April Youth Rally and Lobby Day in Olympia
On April 11, young people from around Washington state will gather in Olympia to demand climate action from our elected officials. Can you join us there to demand our legislators take action on climate change now?
The day will start with a training and workshop, followed by a rally, and ends with meeting your elected officials. Enjoy great food and advocacy as we come together to fight for climate justice. The event is free to attend; RSVP here.
Can’t make it to the event but still want to take action? Support us by sharing the Facebook event and submitting a letter to your elected official telling them who you are and why you support bold, equitable action on climate.
Interested in speaking at the rally? Let us know on the RSVP form! This event aims to center the voices of individuals on the frontlines of climate change so we prioritize youth from Indigenous communities, communities of color, low-income families, rural communities, or who identify as part of the LGBTQ community.
For more information, please email Katsi@carbonwa.org.