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Celebrating a year of NW action on clean energy

Oregon's clean fuels standard and numerous communities' commitments to 100% clean energy show that our region is gaining momentum for climate action.

Increasing alignment towards 100% clean energy

More cities and nations are committing to leave behind fossil fuels in the interest of a healthy future. That and more in this week's ClimateCast.

Climate Cast: The Latest in Clean Energy Solutions

Buses drive into the future with electric fleets

The transportation sector's immense contribution to global warming makes it a very important place to reduce emissions. That and more new climate and clean energy news in the latest ClimateCast.

Workers climbing wind turbines to the middle class

Clean energy investment is good for business; clean energy jobs are good for communities; the economic benefits of carbon pricing and more in the latest ClimateCast.

EPA boss keeps denying, seas keep rising

A deregulatory push at the EPA is met by resistance from state governments. Solar projects grow in scale as well as number. States, cities and towns respond to climate threats with resiliency measures as well as with clean energy planning.

Solar shines, and renewables rise around the world

In this week's ClimateCast: solar and wind continue to prove their resilience; new calls for climate justice, and why it's really time to talk about electrifying everything.

Lack of legislative action in the Northwest

Washington and Oregon fail to pass bold climate legislation, diverse Washington coalition takes steps toward the ballot, and more in this week's ClimateCast. 

Climate action in Oregon, and clean energy everywhere

In this week's ClimateCast: An Oregon bill seeks to account for the true cost of climate pollution. Clean energy deployments are on the rise--but so are portentious impacts of global warming.

Cities and states still leading the way on climate

As Washington (and soon, Oregon) legislatures consider climate and clean energy legislation, cities are striding forward. So is the clean energy economy, despite go-slow signals from the US government.

States step up to fight climate challenges

Global temperatures aren't the only thing heating up--states and cities are showing an appetite this year for strong climate policy. We've got the latest news on climate and clean energy.

EPA boss keeps denying, seas keep rising

A deregulatory push at the EPA is met by resistance from state governments. Solar projects grow in scale as well as number. States, cities and towns respond to climate threats with resiliency measures as well as with clean energy planning.

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