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Protecting Health: Climate, Environment, and Action

  • University of Washington Tacoma 1901 Jefferson Avenue Tacoma, WA, 98402 United States (map)

Event is free, and please RSVP here!

Are you a health professional or health advocate concerned about fossil fuel expansion, climate change, and impacts on your family and patients? Do you want to learn more about the impacts our region faces, solutions, and opportunities for action?

If you answered YES, please join us at our upcoming workshop! Sightline Institute ranks Tacoma as one of the most targeted locations in the Pacific Northwest for fossil fuel expansion projects. These proposals could put our health and the safety of our communities and patients at risk. Join members of Washington Physicians for Social Responsibility, the Protect Tacoma's Tideflats Coalition, and others as we work to protect the health of our communities using our powerful voices as health advocates.

This workshop will include presentations on climate change and health, local impacts in Tacoma, background on the Tideflats Subarea Planning process, and free speaking and written advocacy and communications tools training. 

Speakers include:
Kenra Brewer, RN
Dr. Mark Vossler, cardiologist at EvergreenHealth and Chair of Washington Physicians for Social Responsibility's Climate & Health Task Force
More to be announced

This workshop is free, and light refreshments are provided. Please RSVP here:

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