Climate Outloud

“Climate Outloud” is a Series of Discussions about Climate Change

We talk about climate change and what the youths are doing to secure their future on a livable planet.
The youth’s say the federal government has not established reasonable carbon reduction targets.

This program is currently in partnership with King County Library System, in the “Everybody’s Talking About It” series. “When everybody’s talking about it we can make a difference.”

The next Climate Outloud event is Saturday, October 21st, 2017 at the Downtown Renton Library.  100 Mill Ave So  Renton, WA 98056. 
Program Schedule.

Digital Toolkit for sharing the event.

Event Sponsors:  Humanities WA, King County Library System Burien Branch, Sustainable Burien, and the Nature Stewards Program.

To follow the Court Case, look at these articles and press releases.

Juliana v. United States was brought by 21 young plaintiffs who argue that their constitutional and public trust rights are being violated by the government’s creation of climate danger.  The case is one of many related legal actions brought by youth in several states and countries, all supported by Our Children’s Trust, seeking science-based action by governments to stabilize the climate system.

Comments by an 11 Year Old Plaintiff.

Atmospheric CO2

Climate Outloud follows the Activists in their Acts of Civil Disobedience to save the Planet from further warming and inhabitable conditions.
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A list of Oil and Gas Terminals in the Pacific Northwest, compiled by Sightline.