DID YOU KNOW?
The City of Seattle is committed to a goal of carbon neutrality by 2050 and recently adopted the Seattle Climate Action Plan as the first step toward achieving that goal. Many residents are already taking action, however, many more of us remain on the sidelines asking “what can/should I do?” and “will my actions really make a difference?” A local grassroots volunteer group, 1 Sustainable Planet, is organizing a fun, prize-filled competition to help answer these questions. The competition lasts 3 months, beginning with a kick-off event in mid-January 2018 and concluding with an awards ceremony on Earth Day.
Applications to participate will be accepted from now through December 31st.
A project of 1 Sustainable Planet
Taming Bigfoot Seattle is a volunteer project inspired and guided by Bob Bindschadler, a retired NASA climate scientist, who led a similar project in Port Townsend (Jefferson County). To learn about this earlier project, go to the project's Web site here.