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Stay Informed . . .  Follow these Climate News Sources

The following sources of news and information are ways to stay on top of the latest climate science and news.  Subscribing to the Daily Climate, Sightline and EcoWatch are particularly valuable.

Sightline features the latest scientific research on sustainability and  climate change in the Pacific Northwest and provide Top Northwest Sustainability Headlines.

EcoWatch is a dedicated platform for environmental news that helps transform the ability of individuals to learn about environmental issues and take action. EcoWatch provides timely access to relevant information that educates and motivates individuals to become engaged in their community, adopt sustainable practices and support strong environmental policy.*

The Daily Climate is an independent media organization working to increase public understanding of climate change, including its scope and scale, potential solutions and the political processes that impede or advance them.*

Catalytic Community provides climate and other progressive news and events in Seattle and Puget Sound region.

Climate Central surveys and conducts scientific research on climate change and informs the public of key findings.*

Climate Mama In a clear and straightforward format, ClimateMama educates and informs parents of all ages about the realities of the climate crisis. Empowered with the skills, knowledge and facts to fight for and demand a clean, renewable and sustainable future and now, parents are emboldened as community leaders and activists on behalf of ourselves, our children and generations to come.*

Media Matters for America – Climate Change  In covering and correcting conservative misinformation in the media, Media Matters covers a diverse range of issues, from climate change to the NRA, from the economy to national security.

Climate Solutions Latest News blog provides climate and clean energy news and commentary from around the Pacific Northwest and beyond.

*Thanks to More than Scientists for these links and descriptions.

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