Climate Action Now Video Shorts Premiere

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Join SEACC and supporters from across Southeast at the premiere of Climate Action Now, a series of short community videos sharing Southeast Alaskan’s reasons for demanding climate action now.

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A Night of Action with SEACC!

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Join SEACC Climate Organizer Matt Jackson for a night of action to support the American Jobs Plan! The American Jobs Plan is a once in a generation opportunity to win big on good projects for the Tongass and all of Southeast Alaska. President Biden’s plan will protect Southeast from the impacts of climate change while creating jobs, improving habitat, lowering renewable energy costs, and creating opportunity for our communities, but it's going to need your help, and Senator Murkowski’s, to get across the finish line! Join us at 6pm on Tuesday, May 25th over Zoom for an overview of the American Jobs Plan, then take immediate action on social media and over the phones, getting folks to call and write Senator Murkowski to take action for Southeast!

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Global Leaders, Alaskan Impacts

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On Earth Day, President Joe Biden will convene a gathering of 40 world leaders to address the climate crisis. While the conversation will be global, the impacts will be felt very close to home here in Alaska. Join Southeast Alaska Conservation Council and The Alaska Center the next day, Friday, April 22nd to unpack the global developments and ground them in Alaskan actions.

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Alaska Outdoor Alliance Lunch & Learn: Climate Change Action

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SEACC Climate Organizer Matt Jackson and Callan Chythlook-Sifsof, a Yupik/Iñupiaq pro snowboarder from Bristol Bay, will be the featured guests at a Lunch & Learn virtual event at noon Wednesday, hosted by the Alaska Outdoor Alliance. RSVP for "Lunch & Learn: Climate Change Action."

Climate Conversations: Cabinet Confirmation

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As the first Indigenous Secretary of the Interior, Representative Deb Haaland's nomination is a historic achievement that should be celebrated by all Alaskans. Add your voice to the call to confirm Deb Haaland as Secretary of the Interior! We'll spend the hour covering Rep. Haaland's sterling record, clear qualifications, and also how you can enhance her chances of being confirmed by Congress for a better, more Indigenously led future.

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Tongass National Forest: Our Most Powerful Natural Climate Solution

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Oregon Wild is hosting a night on how the Tongass, and other mature forests, are powerful natural buffers against climate chaos. SEACC's own Sally Schlichting, Environmental Policy Analyst, will be guiding the evening. RSVP here! See the description below from the Oregon Wild website: The Tongass National Forest is an incredible resource — it protects a multitude of fish and wildlife, supports the cultural heritage of Indigenous communities, and provides one of the most powerful carbon sinks in the world. Older, mature forests have the greatest potential to sequester and store significant amounts of carbon, and to recover carbon that has been released to the atmosphere over the last 200 years. Alone, the Tongass contains 8 percent of the nation's total forest carbon stores. Join Sally Schlichting, Environmental Policy Analyst with the Southeast Alaska Conservation Council, on a virtual tour of this incredible landscape. This presentation will feature the fish, wildlife, and human communities that depend on the Tongass - and an exploration of how preserving it and other mature and old-growth forests is key to combating climate change. We will be raffling off a copy of Oregon's Ancient Forests: A Hiking Guide, a solar USB charger, and Oregon Wild hat. In addition, raffle […]