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How you can cut climate pollution. This week.

A Clean Fuel Standard is Washington's next step taking action against climate change. Don't miss an important public hearing this Thursday in Seattle!

Remind AAA of Oregon to #DoBetterOnClimate

We need one more big push to make clear to AAA of Oregon and other corporate interests that blocking climate action is bad for business.

Oregon and California lead on climate with clean fuels. What about Washington?

Washington has a great responsibility to lead on climate...and a great opportunity to do so right now—by taking action on transporation emissions.

Washington election results: setbacks, motivation, and why we need a Clean Fuel Standard

Tuesday’s results were disappointing, but we’re determined to continue fighting for our climate, our health, and our communities. Join us in supporting a strong clean fuel standard!

We ♥ clean fuels and local climate leadership!

The Puget Sound region has a huge opportunity to clean our air and fight climate change—by enacting a Clean Fuel Standard. Let's encourage our Regional Council to follow through!

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Please vote NO on I-976 and YES on Referendum 88

Next Tuesday, November 5th is Election Day. Here are two ballot measures that impact our ability to find just and equitable solutions to climate change.

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Like clean air? Then let's bring clean fuels to the Puget Sound region.

In the Puget Sound region, we have a great near-term chance to cut climate pollution from our transportation sector, and move beyond oil. 

No, no, no on Eyman's I-976

Tim Eyman's latest voter initiative would be a disaster for transportation in Washington; for public safety, and for the climate. 

The good, the bad, and the opportunity for climate action in Washington

Climate policy is not a single undertaking. We need many solutions working together, building on the success of clean electricity to end our reliance on fossil fuels in our buildings and our transportation. 

Gen Z doesn’t want your climate hope—they want you to act. Here’s how.

Last week's Climate Strike brought me to tears—did you feel the same? How will we respond to this moment?