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The Smoke Ahead

Note: Dr. Steve Ghan, who is quoted here, will speak about climate and fire impacts at WSU Spokane on November 16, as part of the Water, Wind & Fire Tour. He will be joined by physician Sara Cate, speaking on

Proposition 2 on the City of Spokane Ballot November 7, 2017

350 Spokane supports the proposition to make coal and oil (Bakken oil is at least 1/3 more explosive than gasoline) trains safer when they run through our downtown on elevated tracks with several bridges.  These trains are so long that …

Campaign Success! Commission Agrees to Spokane Hearing

350 Spokane sent a letter dated 9/12/17 to the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission (UTC) requesting that the Commission hold a hearing in Spokane regarding Avista’s Integrated Resource Plan (IRP). Briefly, the IRP details the power generation sources the utility …

350 Spokane Update – September 2017


Our first public meeting was a huge success! More than 60 of our friends and neighbors showed up to show their commitment to fighting for local climate action. Way to go Spokane!

Mark your calendar

350 Spokane will hold a …

Avista Utilities should eliminate coal-fired electricity by 2025

Inland Northwest residents concerned about climate change, safety and our environment are organizing against fossil fuel infrastructure.  Activists in eastern Washington continue to support efforts to stop construction of new fossil fuel infrastructure facilities at west coast ports and have

Overshoot Day 2017

AS of today, August 2, 2017, we will have used as much from nature as our planet can renew in the whole year. (Last year the date was August 8)

Past overshoot datesIn only seven months, humans used more ecological resources and …

From the Ashes – Screening & Panel Discussion

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Sierra Club and 350 Spokane present a showing of the documentary film From the Ashes with free admission and free popcorn on Tuesday, August 15th at the Magic Lantern Theater, 25 W. Main St., Spokane.
A panel discussion with Anne …

Victory at Spokane City Council

Victory!!  After an hour of public testimony and a second hour of council member discussion, the City Council voted 6-1 in favor of an ordinance that codifies the City’s Sustainability Plan, officially recognizes anthropogenic climate change, and sets as law

Spokane City Climate Ordinance

Good news!

Spokane City Council members have drafted an ordinance which acknowledges human-caused global warming and reaffirms the City’s commitment to local, state, national, and global climate change mitigation efforts.  The proposed legislation sets a goal to reduce greenhouse gas …


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