Helping the Northwest lead the world in sustainable aviation
The Port of Seattle announces new plans to help make Sea-Tac one of the first airports where passengers can fly on planes powered by low-carbon fuels, Our new report assesses the industry's efforts to make such fuels widely available. The short version: we're next in line for takeoff.
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A track record of business partnerships

Climate Solutions has a long history of bringing together executives and other business leaders, entrepreneurs and investors who are committed to regional leadership, strong action to reduce global warming pollution and a rapid transition to a clean and energy-efficient economy.

Thousands of business leaders from around the region share principles around the need for climate action, advocacy and leadership. By leading the way on climate and clean-energy policy, all businesses in the region will be best prepared to manage risks, seize opportunities and create a broadly shared and sustainable prosperity.

Northwest businesses are joining together to support action on climate.

Hundreds of businesses in Oregon and Washington are urging policymakers to advance our states' economic and energy security by tackling climate change.  If you are a business leader, please add your voice to the growing chorus by signing on to the Oregon Business Climate Declaration or the Washington Business Climate Declaration today!

 

 

New study undermines jobs case for Whatcom coal terminal

Jobs, jobs, jobs?A new study shows that this proposed coal terminal is not prepared to deliver on promises of economic benefit.

Oregon businesses: climate progress is in your hands

With Oregon legislators threatening to repeal the state's recently-enacted Clean Fuels program, and with no other signs of climate policy progress this legislative session, it is now more important than ever for businesses to join together in the call for action on climate, 

Our climate movement now: from opposition to opportunity

The Northwest is absolutely humming with climate activism of every sort. Our annual breakfast speakers challenged us to keep up the fight against fossil-fuel dominance, injustice and political inertia, and move from opposition to opportunity.

Tar sands and oil trains and Shell, oh my!

A new report reveals that the Pacific Northwest is the next frontier of the tar sands invasion. Desperate for routes to get their crude oil from land-locked Alberta to refineries and export markets, the tar sands industry has its sights set on our communities and coastline.

Business climate champions flex muscles for clean fuels

The US’s leading group of large businesses concerned about climate and clean energy action today asked Washington State leaders to adopt a Clean Fuel Standard. 

Desperate times for US coal mean desperate port proposals in the northwest

Domestic demand for coal will never be what it was, and export markets hold little promise for return on investment. It’s time now for US coal proponents, and investors, to move on.

Clean Fuel Standard: a solution for pollution

With nearly half of all carbon pollution coming from truck and car tailpipes, Big Oil is running out of reasons to maintain its monopoly on our roads.

"The Oregon Pioneer" atop the Oregon State Capitol

Testify! Oregon businesses, health advocates call for clean fuels

Better jobs, cleaner air, more choices: business and health leaders testify in support of Oregon's Clean Fuels Program.

Gayle Goschie - Goschie Farms

Climate cheers to Oregon beers

Almost happy hour on the west coast. Actually anytime you find yourself reading this it’s five o’clock somewhere. So raise your glass, because it’s time to salute the climate solutions brewing in one of Oregon’s signature industries.

Thank you! Climate leadership on display in Portland

"The challenge to create a sustainable economy is global – and requires a global response – but I know the Northwest can show the way."

Oregon businesses: climate progress is in your hands

With Oregon legislators threatening to repeal the state's recently-enacted Clean Fuels program, and with no other signs of climate policy progress this legislative session, it is now more important than ever for businesses to join together in the call for action on climate, 

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Tar sands and oil trains and Shell, oh my!

A new report reveals that the Pacific Northwest is the next frontier of the tar sands invasion. Desperate for routes to get their crude oil from land-locked Alberta to refineries and export markets, the tar sands industry has its sights set on our communities and coastline.

Read More

Gayle Goschie - Goschie Farms

Climate cheers to Oregon beers

Almost happy hour on the west coast. Actually anytime you find yourself reading this it’s five o’clock somewhere. So raise your glass, because it’s time to salute the climate solutions brewing in one of Oregon’s signature industries.

Read More