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350 Tacoma is building a future that’s just, prosperous, equitable and safe from the effects of climate change.

350 Tacoma works to build a multi-generational, multi-racial, multi-issue movement to create the people power needed to rapidly transform our economy and society for a just, clean, safe world for all.

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350 Tacoma is a local independent group of 350.org, an international grassroots movement working in

2 weeks ago

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Hope to see you at the Gig Harbor Film Festival this Friday and Saturday!fb.watch/fIwDdxPYac/ ... See MoreSee Less
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3 weeks ago

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On International Clean Air Day, September 7, we called upon City of Tacoma Government to prioritize clean air for everyone. A recent Harvard study revealed that 1 in 5 deaths worldwide was due to fossil fuel pollution. Here in Tacoma we deal with a lot of it, from the US Oil refinery to the port, to the freeways winding through our city. Transportation accounts for 40% of greenhouse gas pollution in our region, and with that comes particulate matter pollution which is harmful to our health (just like the wildfire smoke we are experiencing now).How much you make and where you live in your city determine the quality of the air you breathe, since polluting, industrial sites are often placed near poorer and more diverse neighborhoods, sometimes because of historical redlining practices (whereby people of color were restricted in where they could live within a city by manipulating their opportunities for obtaining housing).And right in line with that, developers from Chicago are looking to build a mega warehouse facility in South Tacoma, in the poorest, most diverse, most health-impacted area of our city. What's wrong with a warehouse? It will bring an estimated 12,000 extra vehicle trips daily through South Tacoma neighborhoods, greatly increasing residents' exposure to diesel particulate matter, a major cancer risk.So let's make everyday a clean air day. Let's advocate for clean air for everyone, Tacoma!Check out our partners at the Clean Mobility Collective who are doing great work to raise awareness about the effects of last-mile delivery services and how delivery fleets must be electrified to protect our health and our climate:clean-mobility.org/#internationalcleanairday#Streets4PeoplePS - Port of Tacoma please save Cottonwood Park! ... See MoreSee Less
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3 weeks ago

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Save the date! Gig Harbor Film Festival showings on Fri 9/23 & Sat 9/24🎞 🤩Carpool links in the comments 🚗fb.watch/fxN85NR5ya/ ... See MoreSee Less
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3 weeks ago

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Come help out this Saturday! RSVP here: tacoma.greencitypartnerships.org/event/8/Come join the Green Tacoma Partnership and our good good friends 350 Tacoma in this month's work party at qʷiqʷəlut — the salt marsh that we steward in the Tacoma tideflats.This Saturday, September 17 from 10 AM - 1 PM, we will removing aggressive introduced species to protect native species that have been planted.Register for this event through here: tacoma.greencitypartnerships.org/event/8#climatejuctice #naturalclimatesolutions #qwiqwelut #saltmarsh #siterestoration #tacomatideflats #nativeplants #tacoma #siteremediation #puyalluptribe #greencitypartnerships #greentacoma ... See MoreSee Less
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4 weeks ago

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The air you breathe...is it clean?September 7 is International Clean Air Day.And we want to make sure our elected decision makers are prioritizing that.Where you live determines how much pollution you're subjected to.Freeways and industrial sites are most often near poorer and more diverse neighborhoods.Shouldn't we be working to improve the air in these areas?Don't we all deserve clean air?Unfortunately Tacoma is being targeted by e-commerce warehouse developers that will only make air quality in South Tacoma worse with drastically increased diesel truck traffic.Let's take a stand, Tacoma. We all deserve to breathe easy. Streets are for People, not Pollution.#Streets4People ... See MoreSee Less
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1 month ago

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Come join us on Sat, Sept 17, 10-1 for our next work party at qʷiqʷəlut (little marsh), the site that we steward in the Tacoma tideflats! RSVP here: tacoma.greencitypartnerships.org/event/8/Fall is coming, and the Green Tacoma Partnership is getting ramped up for out big planting events in October! Check out our volunteer opportunities for September, and keep an eye out for more info about Green Tacoma Day in October!You can check out these events here: tacoma.greencitypartnerships.org#volunteer #greentacoma #tacomavolunteer#restoration ... See MoreSee Less
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