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Washington Water, Wind & Fire Tour
TOUR OVERVIEW/PURPOSE

The Water, Wind & Fire Tour focuses on organizing meetings hosted by various community groups to discuss our changing climate and potential mitigation or solution approaches. In our tour we seek to stimulate conversations rather than to deliver a particular program. We will stimulate dialog with materials that touch on some or all of the following: climate science, human and economic consequences of global warming, mitigation alternatives including risk management strategies, human and economic benefits to carbon pollution reduction and a clean energy economy. We want to learn about the concerns that local people have about both climate change and action to prevent it.

Tour Itinerary

DateLocation
 Thursday, Nov 2 A -- Yakima-Toppenish
Friday, Nov. 3B -- Tri-Cities
Saturday, Nov. 4TBD
Sunday, Nov. 5C -- Ellensburg
Monday, Nov. 6D -- Wenatchee
Tuesday, Nov. 7E -- Omak (Okanogan Valley)
Wednesday, Nov. 8F -- Twisp (Methow Valley)
Thursday, Nov. 9G -- Moses Lake
Friday, Nov. 10Veterans Day Observed
Saturday, Nov. 11Veterans Day
Sunday, Nov. 12Rest
Monday, Nov. 13A -- Walla Walla
 Tuesday, Nov. 14
 B -- The Palouse
 Wednesday, Nov. 15
 C -- Lewiston-Clarkston
 Thursday, Nov. 16
 D -- Spokane
 Friday, Nov 17  E -- Sandpoint, ID


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Water, Wind & Fire Tour



DESCRIPTION OF "TYPICAL" DAY OF THE TOUR

  • Daytime -- Meetings with local and county government, Chamber of Commerce, newspaper and broadcast media, Farm Bureau, local offices of members of Congress.
  • Evening -- Public presentation(s) to build awareness of a changing climate and ways to grow the economy and avoid climate change.
  • Goal: Develop mutual understanding of local perspective and broad public awareness of viable paths to a strong economy, good jobs and a livable world.

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