The prospect of climate change might be overwhelming at times, and you may find yourself unsure of where to start. Perhaps you have taken some initial steps, but you are looking for additional inspiration. If so, then this page is for you!
Use the search tool below to filter organizations and projects that support the Project Drawdown Solutions.
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People for Climate Action (PCA). PCA’s mission is to help local governments develop and implement comprehensive climate action plans to reach the greenhouse gas reduction targets set by the King County-Cities Climate Collaboration, which include a 50% reduction by 2030.
Citizens’ Climate Lobby is a non-profit, nonpartisan, grassroots advocacy organization focused on national policies to address climate change. One of the pieces of legislation they are working on is HR 763 which is outlined here.
Owned and operated by three passionate, strong, and visionary women, the retail store is building a growing collective of people who are passionate about the outdoors and committed to keeping it beautiful.
If you are ready to find tried-and-true eco-friendly alternatives to your everyday products, this is an incredible place in Seattle.
The Eco Collective blog is also full of great ideas for living a more sustainable life.
The Tilth Alliance helps people to become more connected to their food. The organization provides workshops for farmers to enhance their agricultural practices.
For individuals, there are cooking classes and programs that help to inform the general public on how their food is produced.
The need for a “one-stop-shop” calendar of climate events became clear while beginning to get active on stopping climate change. We’d hear of events and campaigns through various sources, e.g. meetings, emails, Facebook, websites and mailings, but had nowhere to go to easily find them all. Also, there was the risk of creating scheduling conflicts between events organized by different groups.
350 Seattle works toward climate justice by organizing people to make deep system change: resisting fossil fuels; building momentum for healthy alternatives; and fostering resilient, just, and welcoming communities.
Families Making a Difference, TODAY
At Climate Action Families we are taking decisive action on climate change and global equity through educating ourselves and others, building community, making necessary lifestyle changes, and becoming advocates for science and civil rights in our institutions of governance.
We are a local chapter of the national Citizen’s Climate Lobby (CCL), a non-profit, grassroots advocacy organization focused on national policies to address climate change through a tax on fossil fuels, based on the CO2 content of those fuels, at the first point of sale. Revenue from that tax should be returned to the public as a monthly or annual payment to protect households from rising costs associated with the carbon tax. We train and support volunteers to reclaim their democracy and engage elected officials and the media to generate the political will for solutions that will stabilize the Earth’s climate.
A youth-led program helping bring leadership skills and resources to student activists inspiring system change. Volunteer for YESC, start a chapter at your high school, and learn more about local environment and wildlife diversity.
A non-profit organization focused on community-based agriculture and food sovereignty and accessibility. There are many opportunities to volunteer and be involved.
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