PO Box 13324, Olympia, WA 98508 info@thurstonclimateaction.org

A Clean & Healthy Thurston County

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Thurston Climate Action Team (TCAT) is a local non-profit dedicated to creating a healthy and sustainable future for Thurston County by encouraging action, coordinating action and taking action on climate change.

 

 

TCAT is hiring an Outreach Assistant!  Applications due June 21.

http://oceanadesigns.net/wp-json/oembed/1.0/embed?url=http://oceanadesigns.net/envira/blue-jeans/ Thurston Climate Action Team (TCAT) is currently seeking an Outreach Assistant to work from home 15-20 hours per week. This position will assist with event planning and management, communication and administrative duties, and serve as a professional representative of TCAT. Our team is looking for a motivated, tech-savvy individual who is passionate about addressing climate change in Thurston County. Please see the full job description here.

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Carbon Free Thurston Campaign

The Cities of Olympia, Tumwater and Lacey have committed to developing a regional climate action plan.  The Carbon Free Thurston (CFT) campaign is encouraging  local governments in Thurston County to adopt very strong, bold, and effective policies and investments to significantly reduce GHG emissions which result from activities of city residents and businesses.  We are doing this by working with the Cities on funding and developing their Climate Action Plan, and by helping local residents make their voices heard on this issue.

TCAT Climate Action Coordinating Council Project

With the U.S. withdrawal from the Paris Climate Accord, and the failure of state government to act on needed climate initiatives, it has become increasingly clear that local communities are called on to make much more progress. Improving communication, coordination and collaboration among local groups working on climate change and related issues is the goal of a new project the Thurston Climate Action Team (TCAT) is launching this spring. The project is funded by a two-year foundation grant.