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Washington: are you ready to act on climate in 2022?

by Joëlle Robinson on January 10, 2022

We made some great progress in 2021 on climate, but there is still so much more to do to meet WA’s statutory climate goals, and most importantly, respect our Earth’s climate boundaries.

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2022 is off to an electric start

by Stephanie Noren on January 7, 2022

2022: the year of the truck, a cleaner grid, and maybe some new ideas 

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Questions about your year-end gift?

by Savitha Reddy Pathi on December 21, 2021

If you have any questions about making a year-end donation, please email development@climatesolutions.org or contact Savitha Reddy Pathi, Deputy Director, at 206-854-6630. Thank you for your support and all you do for Climate Solutions!

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Transforming our Transportation: Pathways to Cut Pollution

by Leah Missik on December 17, 2021

Transportation is the largest source of our climate pollution in the Pacific Northwest. With new research, Climate Solutions has evaluated options to meet our climate goals in Washington and Oregon, cutting carbon from our transportation system.

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It's time to double down

by Kara Harvin on December 16, 2021

Climate Solutions’ 350 Club members are an integral part of our organization and your help is needed to propel the transition to our clean energy future.

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Oregon's EQC votes to approve Climate Protection Program

by Meredith Connolly on December 16, 2021

Earlier today, Oregon's Environmental Quality Commission just approved new rules that will help hold Oregon's industrial polluters accountable.

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Shoreline Wins on Clean Buildings

by Ariana Ylvisaker on December 15, 2021

Shoreline, Washington became the second city in the Pacific Northwest to pass policy on clean buildings.

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Oregon’s “Future of Gas” Process: What Is It and Why Does It Matter?

by Greer Ryan on December 12, 2021

Oregon PUC regulators are tasked with figuring out how to protect customers and reduce risk, while gas utilities grapple with how to meet climate pollution reduction goals while continuing to meet customers’ needs.

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Good climate moves from Eugene's city council

by Greer Ryan on December 10, 2021

The Eugene, OR city council voted to start studying whether to require all new-constructed commercial and residential buildings be electric only.

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A real clean coast

by Jacqui Trillo on December 3, 2021

The Pacific Northwest leads on clean trucks, holding greenwashers to account, energy storage innovations, and getting relief to flood victims.

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