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Pandemic sheds more light on environmental justice

by Jonathan Lawson on April 10, 2020

Fossil fuel ambulance chasing, coronavirus and climate.

Seven ways to support COVID-19 frontline workers

by Ben Jones on April 8, 2020

Many workers most essential for our response to the COVID-19 crisis are in some of the most low-paid, exploited and undervalued professions. Here's how you can support frontline workers in WA and OR. 

Coronavirus: helping and securing our communities

by Jonathan Lawson on March 26, 2020

Want to do something about the coronavirus epidemic in your community? Here are some ways to help.

Bigger than all of us

by Gregg Small on March 25, 2020

We will face this crisis by turning toward each other.

Roads ahead for clean transportation in Washington

by Leah Missik on March 19, 2020

Washington must address the climate pollution that comes from our largest source of it—transportation. 

What happened to our climate leadership?

by Vlad Gutman-Britten on March 17, 2020

Washington Senate Democrats allowed the most significant climate policy proposal this year—the Clean Fuel Standard—to languish and die.

2020 Washington State legislative session ends in climate failure

by Climate Solutions on March 13, 2020

Washington Senate Democrats handed veto power to a small minority of its caucus, and failed to take action to cut transportation pollution—ignoring a priority of 66% of WA voters 

Oregon reclaims leadership on climate action

by Jonathan Gates on March 10, 2020

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: After partisan delay and denial tactics in the Oregon Legislature, Governor Kate Brown stepped up and fulfilled her long-standing promise to take strong executive action to address the climate crisis.

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Oregon reclaims leadership on bold climate action

by Zach Baker on March 10, 2020

Oregon Gov. Kate Brown has fulfilled her long-standing promise to take strong executive action to curb climate pollution. Learn more about what it does and why it matters.

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Oregon reclaims leadership on bold climate action

by Zach Baker on March 10, 2020

Oregon Gov. Kate Brown has fulfilled her long-standing promise to take strong executive action to curb climate pollution. Learn more about what it does and why it matters.

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