Climate Talk Archive

2021 Climate Talk Program Links

August 16: Nonpartisan organizations where you can express your political voice on climate change:

How to find your elected representative to express your political voice on climate change: Who Are My Representatives?​​

May 24: Fishing Captain and Scientist Chris Rilling talks from his experience about the world's fisheries

  • Monterey Bay Aquarium: Choosing sustainable seafood items can protect our ocean and ensure a healthy supply of seafood into the future

  • NOAA FishWatch: NOAA plays an active role in shaping the conservation and management of international fisheries and aquaculture

April 12: Dr. Elly Claus-McGahan talks about Climate Pierce County and recently enacted Sustainability 2030: Greenhouse Gas Reduction Plan

March 21: SAFE Cities activist and environmentalist, Ingrid Archibald, talks about fossil fuels in Tacoma and associated climate justice issues

2020 Climate Talk Program Links

  • November 30: Leslie Davenport, Climate Psychologist, Topic: Eco-Grief

 

Oregon State University - College of Forestry CLT Fire Test

Katerra | Cross-Laminated Timber (CLT) Factory

 

Introduction to the Environmental Voter Project

 

Behavioral Economist Dan Ariely on Climate Change

Bill Gates: NextGen Nuclear

Bill Gates: Traveling Wave Reactor

  • June 21: Chris Rilling, Executive Director Puget Soundkeeper Alliance interview

    • To report pollution to Puget Soundkeeper, call 1-800-42PUGET or visit website