Future CSonTap Events

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Next Up:  

We expect the first event in 2019 will be on January 23rd on climate change and invasive species, but only pencil that on your calendar for now, but watch for confirmation and details shortly.  We are planning climate science on tap panels for the coming year and welcome suggestions for climate-related topics and scientists. Email suggestions to us at Admin@CascadiaClimateAction.org

Last Up:

Climate Hope for the Holidays: Turning Angst into Action

When: Monday, December 3, 2018, 7:00 – 8:30 pm  Climate Trivia at 6:00 pm
Where: Queen Anne Beerhall, 203 W Thomas St, Seattle, WA 98119.  Phone: 206 659 4043
Sponsor:  Cascadia Climate Action
Tickets: available through Stranger Tickets.  Open to all ages.  

The latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change paints a grim picture of the future if humanity fails to act. Yet research shows that doom-and-gloom rarely motivates people to action. Instead it results in fear, anxiety, and depression. In this very special holiday addition of Climate Science on Tap, we’ll focus on a hopeful and empowering message. Our expert panel will discuss coping with environmental angst and anxiety, communicating ‘Earth Optimism’, and highlighting actions that will make a difference, from personal choices to the voting booth. Join us for insightful presentations and an inspiring Q&A that may just leave you feeling a bit more optimistic about the future.


  • Jennifer Atkinson, UW Bothell, Environmental Studies
  • Helene Costa, Cascadia Climate Action
  • Meade Krosby, UW Climate Impacts Group
  • Sarah Myhre, UW Oceanography

Moderator: P Sean McDonald, UW Program on the Environment & UW School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences

Organized with the support and collaboration of: 

Videography and Poster Design – Tyler Ung

Logistical & Planning Support – Ellen Jesse, Ericka Berg, Liepa Braciulyte, Anna Ellermeier, and Lola Behrens; and Interns from UW Program on the Environment:  Eden Cypher, Gabriella Chilczuk,  Jon Doyle, and Pooja Kumar.  

Thanks to all!

*Note: Organizational affiliations provided for identification only.

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