Fix the Harm Campaign
Our Beacon Hill community is greatly impacted by SeaTac Airport flights. Aircraft fly as often as every 90-180 seconds over Beacon Hill. We are deeply concerned about the environmental, health, climate and equity impacts of aircraft air and noise pollution.
Read more about our campaign in Crosscut Magazine.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQs)
What is the purpose of the Fix The Harm education campaign?
Our goal is to educate our communities on the cumulative years of harmful impacts of SeaTac Airport on the environment, health, and climate of neighborhoods near the airport and under flight paths. We are asking neighbors and friends, near and far, to sign the letter so we can ask the Port of Seattle’s SeaTac Airport to address current cumulative harms.
2. Who is running the Fix The Harm education campaign?
Beacon Hill Council and El Centro De La Raza (ECDLR) are leading the organizing on Beacon Hill.We are working closely with core partners King County International Airport Community Coalition, Quiet Skies Puget Sound, and many more organizations.
3. What can I do to help?
Volunteer to gather signatures for the Fix The Harm campaign from your circle/network or help at tabling events this summer. Training will be provided. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
4. How do I get more information?
Read our Fact Sheet here.
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