by Victoria Paykar on December 20, 2022
We did it! Climate Solutions and the Clean Cars Oregon Coalition are excited to let you know about the momentous victory that is a critical component for Oregon to reduce air pollution and help us meet the challenge of the climate crisis: earlier today, Oregon’s Environmental Quality Commission voted to pass the Advanced Clean Cars II Rule that will help us in our transition to 100% zero-emission vehicles! Now here’s your chance to learn a bit more about it and get ready for a clean cars coast!
by Stephanie Noren on November 29, 2022
Washington finalizes Clean Fuel Standard to reduce climate pollution, protect health, and benefit local economy with implementation beginning Jan 1, 2023
by Climate Solutions on November 4, 2022
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
by Victoria Paykar on September 27, 2022
Did you hear the news? Oregon now has the strongest clean fuel standard in the country.
by Gregg Small on August 12, 2022
Congress' passage of the Inflation Reduction Act clears the way for President Biden to sign the most consequential federal climate policy in our nation’s history into law.
by Gregg Small on August 7, 2022
Today is big. When people work together with tenacity and perseverance, we can accomplish things that once seemed impossible. Now, we must keep up this momentum.
by Climate Solutions on June 30, 2022
Climate Solutions' quick reaction to the Supreme Court's climate decision in West Virginia vs. EPA
by Climate Solutions on June 29, 2022
Washington's State Building Code Coundil is recommending updates to residential building energy codes this year, accelerating clean, electric new construction
by Victoria Paykar on May 12, 2022
While we are putting all our efforts into transitioning our transportation sector to be made up of 100% zero-emission vehicles powered by renewable energy, this transformation will not happen overnight.
by Jonathan Lee on May 8, 2022
If you’re like me, you’ve seen a LOT of studies released about the increasingly dire state of our climate, what’s to come if we do not cut pollution, and how much pollution we need to cut by when.
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