Climate Action Families



Meet the teens schooling us on climate

It’s true. Margolin is one of 13 young plaintiffs suing Washington state government for not taking sufficient action to address climate change. She frequently spends lunches answering emails instead of hanging out with friends. And the Seattle teen is not an anomaly: Statistically, young women of color like Margolin are the demographic most engaged on climate issues.

“Protect What You Love” Family Concert August 13th

  Benefit Concert for Our Children’s Trust Co-sponsored by The Institute for Social Change Through the Arts and All Pilgrims Church   Come enjoy live music August 13th, 3-7pm, art builds, activities for kids and hear from youth plaintiffs suing our government for their LEGAL RIGHT TO A STABLE CLIMATE and a healthy atmosphere for all present and …

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Picnic for the Planet

Seattle-area families: We are excited about our upcoming Plant for the Planet birthday party on Sunday July 30. Our celebration will begin with a speak out on the beach to let carnival cruise lines know we want them to stop using dirty bunker fuel on its ships. Then we will relocate to beautiful magnolia bluff …

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Two Youth Climate Justice Lawsuits Move Forward

  Aji Adonis and Gabe discuss their climate lawsuits with Philipe Cousteau   Two distinct landmark lawsuits advance toward trial, moving us closer to the day pollution becomes unconstitutional. Youth sue for climate justice and courts move “with all deliberate speed.” But will it be fast enough?   Washington State: On April 18th Judge Hollis Hill …

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Thanks for all life to come

Stepping out of my lead role in Climate Change for Families, organizing in Plant-for-the-Planet and Our Children\’s Trust legal efforts, and collaborating with other climate youth initiatives worldwide, I am grateful for the chance to make a difference with wonderful people. Following my act of civil disobedience in North Dakota I face likely prison time. Those who …

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Plant For The Planet children, supporters, and lawyer outside courthouse. Photo Credit: Sydney Brownstone

Kids make history today

Tuesday November 22, 2016 King County Superior Court, Seattle WA 3pm Press Conference 4pm Hearing Open to the public! Come watch Judge Hill weigh in on how best to defend our children\’s air and water against climate change and from deliberate neglect by the state Dept of Ecology under Governor Inslee. As of October, Washington …

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For the Trees

We are reposting this excellent blog post \”For the Trees\” with permission from the Blog Transition Times by Jennifer Browdy. For North American tree lovers, October is a special month: the time of year when the trees get dressed up in their fanciest finery and show off just how wildly beautiful they are. I pay attention …

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