- Washington State takes strongest clean commercial buildings action in the nation
by Stephanie Noren on April 22, 2022
- Freeway expansion and climate action don't mix
by Jonathan Lee on April 15, 2022
Freeway expansion and climate action don’t mix As youth-organized climate protests against the Oregon Department of Transportation’s proposed Interstate 5 freeway expansion project enter their 25th week, elected leaders in Washington State are also reckoning with the climate and community consequences of freeway expansion.
- Are we ready to handle all-electric transportation? You bet we are.
by Leah Missik on April 8, 2022
Research shows that a 100% clean electrical grid can handle the task of powering all-electric transportation. With smart charging practices and increased use of transit, the transition will reduce costs and improve our health—on top of the climate benefits. Part of our Transforming Transportation series.
- Fueling Destruction
by Leah Missik on March 30, 2022
Russia’s colonial warmongering and brutal domestic oppression are funded by the sale of fossil fuels. Saying no to Russian oil and gas is only a first step: for our climate and for human rights, we must move away from fossil fuels no matter where they come from.