Ongoing Water Project – Resources

Ongoing Water Project – Resources

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More info on Seattle’s watersheds
Piper’s Creek Watershed
Puget Soundkeeper Alliance
Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife
Puget Sound Facts

Relevant Articles
“Having gained access at last to the deep-down information, having consulted with the farthest and freakiest of the fish folk, we are discovering that much of the deep-down information is about us, the frigging humans, and how we’re ruining everything.”
https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2018/04/david-attenborough-blue-planet-ii/554051/

“Let’s put it this way: Unless far more determined action is taken in response to climate change now, our children will witness the end of salmon, shellfish, whales and much more in their lifetime.”
https://www.seattletimes.com/opinion/tribes-have-up-close-perspective-on-climate-change/  

“For Rhissa Delfin, global climate change hits home. Delfin was born in tourist-dependent Guam, where parts of the island’s spectacular coral reefs have periodically died back in a process known as coral bleaching, caused by warmer ocean waters. In a warmer world, islands like Guam will also be threatened by more powerful, more dangerous tropical storms.”
https://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/education/feeling-it-uw-bothell-class-helps-students-face-emotional-impact-of-a-warming-planet/

 

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