Climate & Environment

We can thrive, not just survive, in a changing climate.

“We” means all of us—the interconnected people, wildlife, lands, waters, and elements that comprise this spectacular Earth. Our Earth is sacred, beautiful, and in crisis. Climate change demands bold action, rapid decarbonization, and unprecedented collaboration. It is our greatest collective threat, calling, and opportunity for people and planet.

We’ve partnered with policymakers to translate technical carbon reduction strategies into meaningful, human stories; followed Indigenous leadership in protecting sacred lands from oil and gas drilling; advocated for urban planning that centers community wellness; and worked with partners to protect and restore thousands of acres of wildlife habitat.

A collage of two photos. The first shows Black hands planting a seedling. One pair looks like they belong to a young person and one looks like it belongs to an older person. The second image shows a large group of people at a climate protest. Visible signs include

A sample of our work

We’re proud to work with:

  • City of Seattle Office of Sustainability and Environment
  • Climate Solutions
  • Front and Centered
  • NOAA National Marine Sanctuary Foundation
  • Natural Resources Defense Council

  • PCC Farmland Trust
  • Sierra Club
  • University of Washington Climate Impacts Group
  • Washington Conservation Voters/Washington Environmental Council
  • Washington State Department of Ecology

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Interested in hearing more about our climate and environment work? Contact Izzy Zucker and Lizzie Jespersen.