North Cascades - No on 2117
Together we can defeat I-2117

When I think back over the last few years, I am so proud of what we’ve accomplished together. Our movement is strong and resilient because of supporters like you, and together we’ve made so much progress in our work to take on the climate crisis. 

But right now, the progress we’ve made is at risk. 

Initiative 2117 will be on November’s statewide ballot and if it passes this year, it will repeal the Climate Commitment Act (CCA) and so many of the advancements we’ve made for our climate. 

The Climate Commitment Act is Washington’s landmark climate law that drastically cuts emissions and toxic air pollution from the state’s biggest polluters. It also generates billions of dollars in investments for clean energy, our communities, and environmental justice. We’re already seeing the benefits of the CCA in communities throughout our state, but I-2117 would erase all these advancements toward our clean energy future. 

We can’t afford to lose this progress. 

We’ve always counted on our supporters to take action at critical times for our climate. Today we’re calling on you to make sure we protect all the work we’ve accomplished together. 

Will you make your donation today for the No on 2117 campaign? Every donation, of any amount, will make an impact and help us fight back against this dangerous initiative.

We're all in this together and the No on 2117 campaign needs everyone! Thank you for joining us in this effort and for all you do to protect our climate future.

Author Bio

Joëlle Robinson

Field Director, Climate Solutions

Joëlle engages community members and diverse constituencies—faith, health, youth, parents, business—to make their voices heard for climate solutions. She led the team of organizers to ensure we stopped any coal export from the U.S. West Coast over the past decade. On offense, she co-led the Field team to help pass the 100% Clean Electricity (Clean Energy Transition Act in 2019) and in 2022 collaborated with the Field team to ensure that all new buildings (commercial and residential) will be built with heat pumps per the State Building Code Council. She continues to conspire for good with them on many other local and state initiatives.

Joëlle was the Regional Outreach Coordinator of National Wildlife Federation where she focused on mobilizing hunters, anglers and concerned citizens around solutions to global warming. Previous work with Climate Solutions includes the NW Climate Connections partnership, serving as the Field Assistant for the successful Clean Cars campaign, and Field Director of the Renewable Fuel Standard, which passed in April 2006.

She previously served on the boards of Earth Ministry, Solar Washington, and Sierra Club Executive Committee. She’s currently President of the board of her 3 year-old!

Joëlle is Northwest born and raised who loves to hike, dance, travel and explore the natural world.

Her favorite quote is “Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?” —  Mary Oliver

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