ALL IN for Climate Action Week is a week of events within Whatcom County that celebrates the knowledge and resources our community has to offer when looking for solutions to address global climate change at the local level.

For the third annual Climate Action Week, events this year will focus on providing opportunities for our community to take impactful actions that help Bellingham reach its climate goals. Together, our small actions create a big impact.

Several organizations, businesses and local governments in the community have partnered to create a list of virtual and safe in-person events for all ages and diverse interest groups. The list of events includes:

  • Virtual and in-person showings of the film The Hidden Life of Trees, followed by a Q&A session;
  • Volunteer events such as a habitat restoration work party at Squalicum Creek Park and a litter clean-up event at Padden Creek in Fairhaven Park;
  • Bellingham Vegan Restaurant Week featuring special vegan meals at local restaurants;
  • A virtual Wild and Scenic Film Festival, including the documentary Chehalis: A Watershed Moment;
  • Presentations about preparing for wildfires and sheltering during extreme weather events;
  • An event featuring community speakers sharing inspiring energy efficiency stories and tips;
  • A treasure hunt activity that invites people to share their ideas to fix the problems caused by climate change;
  • An electric vehicle car show where you can learn more about owning an electric vehicle;
  • Group bike rides to practice your biking skills;
  • Climate-themed Children’s Storytimes, book club kits and book list;
  • Hands-on workshops about building, maintaining and harvesting your own compost pile;
  • An opportunity for Western Washington University (WWU) students to learn how to make WWU and Bellingham more sustainable;
  • A repurposed art supply sale at Allied Arts Reuse Thrift Store; and,
  • Presentations about how to live and work Net Zero in the Pacific Northwest and important happenings in the Salish Sea region.

For a full list of activities and to learn more about Bellingham’s ALL IN for Climate Action Week, please visit cob.org/climate-action-week.