• Pollution is coming… from inside the house

    by Deepa Sivarajan on November 20, 2020

    Washington and Oregon can do better to protect residents by creating clean, safe, all-electric buildings. In this second part of our blog series on all-electric buildings, we outline the health and safety risks of using gas, and detail how all-electric buildings can be the climate and health solution we need.

  • Solutions from the States: Going Big on Climate Action with Gov. Kate Brown

    December 10, 2020, 9:00 am - December 10, 2020, 9:45 am

    While it’s clear with 2020 election outcomes that while we will see some progress in the new administration, it will take action at every level to meet our climate goals as a country.  So what lessons can states draw from one another as they look to 2021 and needed action at every level with continued obstruction of sound policy solutions?

  • The Path Forward on Climate Change in the Northwest

    by Gregg Small on November 16, 2020

    Is there room for climate action in the coming year, given all our other challenges? You bet there is. (We're also looking back—read our Climate Action Report 2020!)

  • Paris! we just can't leave you

    by Jonathan Lawson on November 13, 2020

    Clean energy advances through local elections We need national and international action to fight climate change, but states and cities have also been a critical piece of the solution.

  • So that was the election. What now for climate?

    by Gregg Small on November 8, 2020

    The first in a series of articles on the election and what it means for climate action, especially in the Northwest.