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Study will help farmers plan ahead for change

Louise Stonington 22 hrs ago Daily Record News, Ellensburg July 1, 2016
 




 To the Editor: How do wild relatives of sunflowers survive drought and poor soil better than cultivated ones? It is great that a Central Washington University professor

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Michael Mann’s ‘Hockey Stick’

Updates from Citizens’ Climate Lobby Creating the political will for a livable world In the 06/14/2016 edition: By Judy Weiss on Jun 13, 2016 05:53 pm Michael Mann’s ‘Hockey Stick’ gives readers a handle on the science of climate change

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Citizens’ Climate Lobby meeting with Sen. Cantwell’s Staff

CCL’s appreciated Senator Cantwell for: 1. For urging Prime Minister Trudeau “to prioritize modernization of the treaty to advance both country’s interests in clean energy solutions and address climate change”which would allow the two nations to work jointly on energy

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Climate Change and Health

How does Climate Change affect your health?   Join us on EARTH DAY Friday, April 22nd 1:00-2:30 pm Greenwood Senior Center: 525 N 85th St.   Dr. Chris Covert-Bowlds, of Washington Physicians for Social Responsibility, will discuss the challenges of

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Earth Day Call in to members of Congress

Hi, In honor of Earth Day, I am calling my members of Congress Thursday the 21st and I hope you’ll take a couple of minutes right now to do that too. Citizens’ Climate Lobby volunteers (and friends!) across the country

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Citizens Climate Lobby meetings with Murray’s Leg. Director

CCL meetings with Sen. Murray’s Leg. Director Shawn Bills Members of Citizens’ Climate Lobby from 6 chapters around Puget Sound met with Shawn Bills, State Director for Sen Patty Murray  on April 5th 2016 in her office in Seattle. Cheryl

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Climate Change and Health

How does Climate Change affect your health? EARTH DAY Friday, April 22nd 1:00-2:30 pm Greenwood Senior Center: 525 N 85th St. Dr. Chris Covert-Bowlds, of Washington Physicians for Social Responsibility, will discuss the challenges of climate change from a health

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Climate change and cherries: It’s the pits

Climate change and cherries: It’s the pits By Kelly Lively and Alex Amonette Climate change and cherries: It’s the pits By Steve Valk on Feb 02, 2016 11:37 am In the U.S., most sweet cherries come from Washington, Michigan, California,

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Katharine Hayhoe is taking her climate change mge to a bigger audience, and you can help

Katharine Hayhoe is taking her climate change message to a bigger audience, and you can help By Steve Valk on Jan 19, 2016 11:08 am Katharine Hayhoe is taking her climate change message to a bigger audience, and you can

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CCL Jan. Newsletter

CCL/CCE Conference, MacArthur Foundation grant, Media Success, Canada is back, and more. Click to view this email in a browser. CCL Newsletter, January, 2016   Table of Contents: Report from Paris 2016 Spring Lobby Drive CCL/CCE Conference MacArthur grant Media

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