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Amazon's glass house

by Jonathan Lawson on

When it comes to carbon emissions, Amazon shouldn't throw stones. Also: ratcheting down tailpipe emissions

Support Building Resilience in Oregon

by Greer Ryan on

Oregon's Senate Energy and Environment Committee voted to advance the Resilient, Efficient Buildings package. But there’s more work ahead.

Never mind on that whole "climate" thing...

by Stephanie Noren on

The sweetest name change, Vanuatu makes big waves, clean trucks gets approved, plus complacency is finally ok! 

A home run for WA House budgets

by Kelly Hall on

There’s just one month left of Washington’s legislative session and EXCITING things are happening!

FINALLY! Polluters start to pay in WA!

by Altinay Karasapan on

The results are in—massive investments in climate and clean energy solutions coming soon to WA communities

Better a million heat pumps than one carbon bomb

by Jonathan Lawson on

The Biden administration approves a highly controversial drilling project, electric street sweepers prove that no truck is too big to be electric, and culture warriors attack environmental justice research.

Improving Oregon’s Homes and Buildings for our Climate and Communities

by Greer Ryan on

Oregonians deserve healthy, affordable, resilient buildings that run on clean energy.

Twenty-five years of brighter tomorrows

by Gregg Small on

This year Climate Solutions celebrates our 25th Anniversary. Has it really been that long?

The biggest investment—ever—in clean energy coming to WA communities

by Altinay Karasapan on

Our last blog of the CCA series where we dig into the “invest” side of the cap-and-invest equation.

Our roads deserve a breather.

by Joëlle Robinson on

Ask your Washington lawmakers to support electrification of more medium- and heavy-duty vehicles including school buses, transit buses, garbage trucks, delivery vans, and semis.

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Massive data centers needn't be massive polluters

Amazon backs away from plan to keep Oregon data centers running on fossil fuels. Plus: widespread benefits for low-income households converting to clean energy homes; and two climate hawks become new heads of state