The Alliance for Jobs and Clean Energy, launched with a show of support for legislation to put a price on large-scale carbon emissions, brings together an important breadth of voices calling for state action on climate and environmental pollution.
A few victories soften the blow of an otherwise painful midterm election, Oregon NGO cleanses its portfolio of fossil fuels, Brazil attracts cheap bids for a gigawatt of solar power, and more news of the week in clean energy solutions.
In the immediate aftermath of Election 2014, our national media machine is greased with stories repeating that the prospects for action on climate have shrivelled to tiny proportions. Handy narrative by the fossil fuel industry to try and perpetuate, but it’s not true.
In the last week of October, Washington residents have a rare opportunity to raise our concerns about oil train safety and the prospect of even more unsafe oil trains rolling through our cities and towns. Attend a hearing in Spokane or Olympia and say no to big oil!
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