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Spread the word about the clean fuels coast
October 6, 2021

A big thing happened in May at the start of the summer: Washington State joined California, Oregon and British Columbia in passing a Clean Fuel Standard into law, creating one of the largest clean fuels markets in the world. This means we can power more vehicles big and small with low and zero-pollution fuels, such as clean electrons and sustainably produced biofuels.

This is an incredible win for Washington, our lungs, our community and our climate. You made this possible. Spread the word today—we can beat the oil industry. 

Follow the link to check out the story of what people power did and share the good news of a Clean Fuels Coast!

 

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Author Bio

Leah Missik

Washington Transportation Policy Manager, Climate Solutions

Leah helps develop and implement policies that will accelerate our transition to a clean energy economy, with a focus on the transportation sector. She joined Climate Solutions in January 2019.

Prior to joining Climate Solutions, Leah was the Senior Program Manager of Built Green, a green home certification program in Washington State. In this role, she collaborated with public and private partners to expand green building incentives, conducted studies on the benefits of green building, and promoted the program to builders and the public.

Leah holds her Master of Public Affairs from Indiana University’s School of Public and Environmental Affairs, with concentrations in Environmental Policy and International Affairs. She received her B.A. from Kenyon College in 2010. Leah is a Jackson Foundation Leadership Fellow, an alum of Leadership Tomorrow, and a Senior Fellow of the Environmental Leadership Program.

As a volunteer, Leah serves on the Executive Committees of the Sierra Club Seattle Group and Washington State Chapter as well as the Jackson Fellows Leadership Committee. She also collaborates with Russian environmental activists, translating their work into English. With the rest of her time, Leah enjoys long-distance running and bicycling, adventuring, and practicing her Russian.