Germany stays on target in its transition to clean energy, U.S. poll shows half of Republicans and vast majorities of others want climate action, Peabody coal slashes its dividend, and more news of the week in clean energy solutions.
On January 7, the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality took an important step for cleaner fuels and cleaner air for all Oregonians by adopting rules that allow for final implementation of Oregon’s Clean Fuels Program. When fully implemented, the program will reduce pollution from transportation fuel use by 10% over 10 years. Read more
On Tuesday, hearing rooms at the State Capitol in Olympia were overflowing with people waiting to tell legislators that it's time for climate action. Join us this Saturday in Olympia or Seattle to learn more about proposed climate legislation in WA.
In December 2014, 37 local elected leaders from across Washington State sent a clear statement of support for bold state action on climate change and clean energy. New Energy Cities is helping local officials advance clean energy in the 2015 state legislative session.