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WA Climate Assembly 

Media Kit


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We called communities throughout Washington State to tune into the conversation of climate pollution at Washington State’s inaugural Climate Assembly. Listen to Assembly members discuss potential solutions that will be recommended to Washington State legislators. Tune in to the virtual and livestreamed Legislative Meet & Greet Friday, March 19, 12:30-1:15 p.m. PT to

From downloadable posters to social media graphics this Media Kit is for municipalities, organizations, and businesses. Please share these materials with your network to keep your community informed about the latest happenings around climate pollution in Washington State. 


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Join the conversation about addressing climate pollution in Washington State through the first #WAClimateAssembly

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Downloadable Media

Digital Graphics


Download graphics for your digital needs, including a Facebook post, Instagram post, or digital newsletter.

Print Graphics


Download printable graphics to hand out or hang in your community, including a 8.5"x11" poster or 11"x17" poster

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Download graphic recordings of each Learning Session and share with your network. 


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Share the copy below in your newsletter, social media post, local newspaper, or any other network.

The WA Climate Assembly is a virtual event convening 80 Washington State residents in January 2021 to learn about, discuss, and recommend climate change solutions for consideration by the State Legislature. Assemblies have been used worldwide to help shape the work of governments, and this virtual event will focus on climate mitigation strategies that equitably support communities disproportionately impacted by climate change. Assembly members will be chosen through a lottery to accurately represent the state in terms of demographics such as age, race/ethnicity, geographic distribution, and political perspectives. The event will be live streamed and recorded in January 2021 via Zoom and available for subsequent viewing on the WA Climate Assembly’s website and YouTube channel. 

Visit to learn more about the WA Climate Assembly process and livestream date. Join the conversation on social media using the hashtag #WAClimateAssembly. 

Contacts for Press



Gretchen Muller
Coordinating Team Project Manager 

​Mike Chang
Coordinating Team Deputy Project Manager 


Website & Social Media Links





Watch recorded videos of the Assembly process on our

YouTube channel

Hashtag: #WAClimateAssembly 

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