To unite and speak out for effective actions to address climate change, protect ecosystems, help close the poverty gap, tackle institutional and environmental racism, promote fair and sustainable jobs, and promote environmental justice. We abide by the Jemez Principles for Democratic Organizing to bring together people for the protection of Washington's communities and ecosystems, while trying to understand the intersectionality within the broad array of causes the People's Climate Movement brings together.


Develop opportunities for a range of organizations and social movements to work together, and to us our joint efforts to intersect and give greater visibility to our common struggle. This includes, but is not limited to, putting people into the streets as we demand policy changes and bold action.

Create leadership options for front-line communities, communities of color, low-income communities, workers and every single being impacted by climate, economic and racial inequity.

Challenge people's mindset and promote the connection of unlikely partners that pressure each other to think broadly and inclusively within our independent causes.