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Together, Many Faiths Can Meet The Climate Challenge

At the very first 350 Interfaith Climate Change Committee Meeting, the twenty of us in attendance, from a variety of faiths, described why each of our religious groups would care about climate change.

What followed was an hour filled with

How I Became a Climate Activist

Hello. My name is Wm. Lamont Worden. My wife Brenda and I have lived in Greenacres for over 33 years, always considering ourselves political independents. I am a retired Emergency Physician and also a retired USAF Lieutenant Colonel with over …

An open letter to City Council

September 17,  2018

To: Spokane City Council
RE: Ordinance C35668 – Sustainability Action Committee

350 Spokane is a local, volunteer-run community organization working to support a just transition to 100 percent fossil-free energy and a low-carbon economy that works for …

Mayor vetoes 100% fossil free ordinance

This afternoon Mayor Condon announced that is vetoing the ordinance forming a Sustainability Action Committee and establishing the goal of 100% renewable electricity by 2030.

As citizens of Spokane we are disappointed that our Mayor has decided to put the …

How to Go Solar in Spokane

What better place to capitalize on solar power than a city whose name translates to “Children of the Sun”?

And in Spokane there’s been no better time to go solar, with handsome state and federal incentives due to taper off …

The Climate Movement Through Students’ Eyes

“The greatest lesson I will take from 350 Spokane is hope.”
-Madison Dougherty

    This spring semester of my sophomore year I have had the pleasure to be an intern for 350 Spokane. This has been a unique experience for me. …