Cough cough… the smoke is still lingering however there’s some rain predicted for the weekend! We should be breathing a little easier soon. Need an app to help check your air quality? Here’s a resource.
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- Google announced this week that it will only use carbon free energy by 2030.
- Facebook will launch a poll worker recruitment drive.
- Apple and the UW plan to figure out if your watch can tell if you have COVID19.
- Instagram is building a product equity team and hiring a director of diversity and inclusion.
- TechCrunch released its 2019 Include Report.
- Donate to victims of Washington’s wildfires.
- Are you, someone you know, or someone you employ a domestic worker? Help the City of Seattle better understand the need for portable benefits for house cleaners, nannies, gardeners, cooks, home care workers, and household managers.
- Are you a woman, person of color and/or LGBTQ+ professional in tech? Apply for a spot in Women and Color’s Speaker Bootcamp.
- Learn a new language while you browse the internet.
- Find guides, templates, and advice for remote teaching and distance learning on this wiki.
- Listen to sounds of forests around the world.
- The air quality around Seattle is *really* bad, still
- Bill Gates Sr., a long-time civic leader and father to Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates has died.
- Seattle City Council votes to fund Kshama Sawant’s legal defense in recall.
sea.citi Roadmap to Recovery Series
NEXT WEEK: Michelle Caulfield, Deputy Director of the City of Seattle’s Office of Sustainability & Environment (OSE), will tell us about how the Office is responding to the pandemic and how their work fits with Seattle’s overall recovery efforts. Thursday, September 24, 12:00-12:30pm. REGISTER NOW
ON DECK: King County Public Health Director, Patty Hayes, joins us for an explainer on the complexities of the pandemic. Thursday, October 1, 12:00-12:30pm. REGISTER NOW