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Climate election 2022. Was that a wave of some kind?

by Jonathan Lawson on

Climate election 2022: neither a red nor a green wave Los Angeles Times  reporter Sammy Roth recapped this week’s election results with the observation that every election is a climate election, and noted some important shifts in candidates

Washington will build new homes with heat pumps

by Climate Solutions on

The Washington State Building Code Council voted today to adopt new statewide residential building codes that will drive the transition to safe and healthy homes that run on low-cost, 100% clean electricity instead of methane gas

One more way to be a Climate Voter in Oregon

by Meredith Connolly on

Voting yes on Measure 113 will help us make the necessary progress in Oregon on an equitable transition to a clean energy-powered grid, transportation system, and buildings.

The wheels on the electric school bus go ‘round, across the country

by Jonathan Lee on

In this week's Climate Cast: Electric school buses across the country, air quality woes, upcoming elections, rising methane pollution, and holding NW Natural accountable.

A major effort and momentum for all-electric homes in WA

by Joëlle Robinson on

An incredible showing, representing the fabric and diversity of our climate community, raising the volume for clean and healthy homes

Clean transportation hits the road in Wenatchee, WA

by Leah Missik on

Our Clean Vehicle showcase featured zero-emission buses, drayage, and garbage trucks.

Be a climate voter!

by Joëlle Robinson on

Every election is a climate election! In Washington it's not too late to register to vote. And it's never too late to make sure your friends and neighbors are registered. And of course, to vote.

Sign us up for renewable power

by Jonathan Lawson on

In this week's ClimateCast: the urgent need for clean energy infrstructure, resiliency and hard choices, West Coast climate leadership and more.

Daydreaming...

by Savitha Reddy Pathi on

Naming climate disasters after major polluters, overcoming the status quo, and supporting those first and worst affected by climate change-fueled disasters.

Cleaner cars could come to Oregon—with your help

by Victoria Paykar on

This December, Oregon’s Environmental Quality Commission will vote on proposed tailpipe emissions standards so that by 2035, 100% of new cars sold will be zero emission vehicles.

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Keeping cool with electric heat pumps

Amidst another extreme and record-breaking heat wave, affordable and energy-efficient cooling is essential for everyone. Electric heat pumps can make that happen.