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Orca Emergency

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Puget Sound’s iconic orcas are in deep trouble. Plunging salmon populations, pollution, and oil tanker traffic are all hurting the roaming pods of whales.

HERE is a petition to Washington’s governor Jay Inslee demanding emergency action to help the orcas.


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Solar Fest– it’s a day of fun in the sun for solar energy enthusiasts. Featuring workshops, information booths, tech exhibits, solar-powered model car races, and more. Plus GreenBaes will be there, gathering petition signatures for the OFF Act.

Find out more HERE.

Awesome Orgs · Current Events · Fight Fossil Fuels · indigenous activism · Political Action · Renewable Future · Victory!

Heck Yes I-1631

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It’s official! After lots of signature-gathering (some by your hosts here at GreenBaes), I-1631 will be on the ballot in Washington State. We have an amazing opportunity to lead the country in switching to renewables in an economically just way.

If you’re a Washington resident, we need your support. Visit the Yes on 1361 website  for info on what you can do to help!

Fight Fossil Fuels · Political Action · Renewable Future

OFF Act: WA District 7 Week of Action


Today kicks off a week of action in Washington State’s 7th District to persuade Rep. Pramilla Jayapal to back the OFF Act (H.R. 3671). This legislation would map out an economically just transition for the United States from a fossil fuel economy to a renewable economy by 2035.

How to help:

  • Sign as a citizen cosponsor of the OFF Act HERE
  • Call Rep. Jayapal’s office on Wednesday, May 30th
  • Email Rep. Jayapal’s office on Wednesday, May 30th
  • Tweet at Rep. Jayapal, asking her to support the OFF Act, on May 30th
  • Sign up for a literature drop at Jayapal’s office (stay tuned for details)
Fight Fossil Fuels · indigenous activism · Political Action · Water Is Life

Hands Off Our Offshore Ecosystems, Big Oil!


Washington residents, our shores are in danger.

New rollback of environmental regulation means that extensive offshore drilling is now proposed in the Pacific. We do not want oil spills wrecking our fisheries and beaches, and destroying the health and cultures of Indigenous people. We do not want to lock ourselves into even more fossil fuel dependence.

Let the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) know your thoughts at a public hearing on Monday.

What: Public Meeting about Offshore Drilling and People’s Hearing
Where: Hotel RL Olympia by Red Lion, 2300 Evergreen Park Dr SW
When: Monday, March 5, 1:30 – 7:30 pm
1:30-2:00 Keynote Speakers
2:00-7:30 People’s Hearing
3:00-7:00 BOEM Open House
5:00-6:00 Dinner

If you need transportation, you can join a carpool HERE.

Current Events · Fight Fossil Fuels · Political Action · Renewable Future

Climate Countdown in Washington

41710237Tomorrow I (Shaylon) am livestreaming a mass action at the Washington State capitol. Activists have assembled from across the state to lobby for:

  • A ‘carbon test‘ for all energy projects in the state
  • A plan to get Washington State switched to 100% renewables by 2035
  • A ban on new fossil fuel projects in Washington State

Check out 350’s website or social media for updates, or follow GreenBaes on Twitter, where I’ll be posting content between 9:00 and 14:00 Pacific Time tomorrow (January 8 2018). If you want to help us and live in Washington State, please call or write to your state legislators and demand immediate action on climate change.