Local Climate Organizations
Olympia FOR Climate Crisis Group -meets monthly!
Working Groups: Coal Trains, Direct Action, Divesting from Fossil Fuel Companies, Outreach—Education—Communication, Positive Visions (alternatives, legislation, etc.)
Thurston Climate Action Team (TCAT) meets monthly!
Projects: Creating fund for clean energy projects; GHG inventory; Tenino Home Energy Efficiency Upgrade Demonstration; annual Thurston Solar Tour; climate change clearinghouse (with Thurston Conservation District)
Nisqually River Council – meets every 3rd Friday of the month at various locations!
Mission: to create sustainability in the Nisqually Watershed for future generations by developing a common culture of environmental, social, and economic balance.
Statewide Advocacy Organizations
Alliance for Jobs and Clean Energy -Coalition of individuals, organizations, and businesses dedicated to reducing global warming pollution and strengthening our economy.
Climate Solutions – Leads successful initiatives to accelerate the transition from fossil fuels to a clean energy economy. Sign up to receive event announcements, learn about ways to engage on important climate and clean energy issues, and leverage change in the Northwest and beyond.
Coal Free PSE – Tell Puget Sound Energy it’s time for a coal-free Washington! Sierra Club campaign
Environmental Priorities Coalition – A network of over 20 leading environmental groups in Washington that influence policy at the state level. 2015 Priorities: Carbon Pollution Accountability Act and Oil Transportation Safety Now.
Power Past Coal – An alliance of health, environmental, businesses, clean-energy, faith and community groups working to stop coal exports of the West Coast.
- Sierra Club
- South Puget Environmental Education Clearinghouse (SPEECH) South Sound Green Pages
- Thurston County, Climate Change
- Thurston Climate Action Team
- Thurston Conservation District
- Thurston County Board of Health, Thurston Thrives
- Thurston Regional Planning Council (TRPC), Sustainable Thurston
- WA Department of Ecology, Climate Change