May 15 & May 29

Virtual Civic Boot Camp: COVID-19 and Climate Change

Interview: Denis Hayes

“If you see this little dot on the horizon and you are reasonably confident that it’s a freight train barreling toward you, you oughta start acting on it before it arrives.” — Denis Hayes

Denis Hayes, president of the Bullitt Foundation and the founder of Earth Day, sat down with Seattle CityClub for its May 15, 2020, Civic Boot Camp to discuss where the fight against climate change goes in the wake of COVID-19.

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Interview: Susan Balbas

“Native Americans are part of the front-line communities that really suffer disproportionately from pollution… it’s astounding to know that most of the refineries are located next to reservations; a lot of the polluting industries are right there next to the reservations.” — Susan Balbas

Susan Balbas, Executive Director of the Na’ah Illahee Funds, sat down with Seattle CityClub for its May 15, 2020, Civic Boot Camp to discuss climate change in the wake of COVID-19.

Interview: Ben Farrow

“We’re having to find different ways to get things done.” — Ban Farrow

Ben Farrow, Director of Clean Energy Strategy for Puget Sound Energy , sat down with Seattle CityClub for its May 15, 2020, Civic Boot Camp to discuss climate change in the wake of COVID-19.

Civic Boot Camp: COVID-19 and Climate Change
May 15