So that was the election. What now for climate?
The first in a series of articles on the election and what it means for climate action, especially in the Northwest.
Civic engagement

Mordor, Schmordor

With less than a week before election day, it's time for Washington climate advocates to make sure we have done all we can to win on I-1631.

Climate leadership: Tacoma sets a high bar

Tacoma's City Council endorsed I-1631 and an impressive list of clean energy commitments.

The Twilight of Oil’s Big “No:” YES on 1631

Oil’s dominance will last only as long as they can bully us into believing we can’t have clean energy and better choices. That's why they're spending tens of millions to oppose I-1631.

Is there a path out of this?

As the season shifts, so does our determination to fight—and win—on climate and clean energy.

This Saturday: Rise for Climate!

This Saturday, September 8, is a day for us to bring our collective power to the forefront.

Five tips for talking climate as the smoke clears

Even as the smoke lifts a little, let's keep talking climate.

Only YOU can prevent forest fires – confront the climate arsonists.

30 years ago, it would have been much easier to tackle the causes of climate disruption. That was then.  30 years from now, they might remember the fiery September of 2018 as the turning point toward solutions, when leaders confronted the challenge head-on at a historic summit in California. Or they might be in hell, wondering why we blew it.  

TriMet buses in the sun

Milwaukie City Council tells TriMet: time to embrace zero emission buses

Milwaukie, OR has joined with Portland and Multnomah County, calling for transit agency TriMet to kick diesel and rapidly electrify their bus fleet! These local governments are ordering up clean air and climate stability, by paving the way to a 100% clean energy future.

Holding big oil accountable for decades of climate deception

King County has joined other local governments across the country who are suing major oil companies who knew the cataclysmic consequences of carbon pollution, but kept misleading us all.

I-1631: Coming together to protect Washington and a healthy future

The people of Washington have the opportunity to win one of the most ambitious, effective and far reaching policies to tackle climate change.

Thursday: join the Youth Climate Day in Olympia!

Today’s teenagers have no other future than one shaped by climate change. That’s why young people may be the most keenly motivated to demand bold climate action now. Let’s fight together for climate justice. Join our Day of Action in Olympia, on April 11.

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We're the ones writing this story

Given the choice between optimism and pessimism these days, it can be hard to land on optimism, especially concerning our climate and the effect we are having on it. But, remember, we are the ones writing our own story—we can steer our plotline as it unfolds towards the future.

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What WE can win, together

Yes on 1631 labor leader Steve Garey on why so many people have dedicated themselves to shaping and working for I-1631. And now that the finish line is in sight, what it is that we hope to win together.

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Mordor, Schmordor

With less than a week before election day, it's time for Washington climate advocates to make sure we have done all we can to win on I-1631.

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