• Cracking the code to clean and safe buildings

    by Deepa Sivarajan on February 16, 2022

    The past year has been exciting for climate action on clean and safe buildings in Washington. 2022 also presents a unique opportunity to have these benefits apply across the entire state instead of individual jurisdictions: the State Building Code Council can require clean, electric space and water heating for all commercial buildings statewide.

  • Transform. Our. Transportation.

    by Leah Missik on February 9, 2022

    Move Ahead Washington will clean up transportation, investing in transportation electrification, transit, and active mobility—leading to climate progress, cleaner air, and healthier communities.  

  • So much worse than we thought

    by Jonathan Lawson on February 4, 2022

    In this week's ClimateCast: New research identifies hazards with home gas hookups, subsidies and technological advances are pushing EVs further toward ubiquity, and more climate and clean energy news of the moment

  • It's the dawning of a new era for NW climate action

    by Gregg Small on January 31, 2022

    Our climate policy successes have been remarkable. But they're taking place against the backdrop of ever-increasing emissions, and ever-worsening impacts.

  • What's ahead for climate action in Salem?

    by Meredith Connolly on January 28, 2022

    No corner of our state was left untouched by climate-fueled storms and harms last year. Almost every season was marked by impacts, including wildfire, smoke, drought, flooding and deadly heat waves. After the climate extremes we all suffered through last year (during a global pandemic)—we know there is no taking a year off from climate action. Check out our climate agenda

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