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A Commitment to our kids and our communities

by Joëlle Robinson on April 22, 2021

It's Earth Week.. and WA cannot wait another year for climate action.  The time is now.

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We did it! 100% clean and fossil-free Multnomah county buildings

by Jonathan Lee on April 21, 2021

Multnomah County Board of Commissioners unanimously approved a resolution ensuring all new county-owned buildings—including libraries, courthouses, and community centers—are built to be fossil-free and utilize 100% clean and renewable energy.

Ready? Go! A consequential season for climate action

by Gregg Small on April 16, 2021

It may sound like hyperbole, but the next six to nine months may be among the most consequential yet in the multi-decade global effort to address climate change.

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New Multnomah County public buildings will be 100% clean and fossil-free

by Jonathan Lee on April 15, 2021

The Multnomah County Commission just unanimously approved a resolution that will ensure all new county buildings —including county libraries, courthouses and community centers—are built to be fossil-free and utilize 100% clean and renewable energy.

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Joint letter supporting Multnomah County's proposed fossil-free public buildings resolution

by Jonathan Lee on April 14, 2021

This resolution ensures that all public buildings in Multnomah County, Oregon are built fossil-free from the start.

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Oregonians: It's time to SPRING into climate action!

by Meredith Connolly on April 14, 2021

We're pleased to report forward progress on two of our high-priority climate bills.

We're making history. Let's not stop.

by Vlad Gutman-Britten on April 13, 2021

Climate action in Olympia: we've made progress, but we still need to close the deal on clean fuels.

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Third time's a charm for clean fuels in Washington

by Climate Solutions on April 9, 2021

A Clean Fuel Standard is one step closer to Gov. Inslee's desk, as the WA Senate passed this critical climate policy.

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Subsidizing climate chaos

by Jonathan Lawson on April 8, 2021

A federal about-face on environmental justice... progress on battery technology... and a new consideration of "implicit subsidies" for the fossil fuel industry

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Suddenly the street itself was on fire

by Joëlle Robinson on April 2, 2021

Tell our Washington legislators it's time we moved past fossil gas.

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