Climate shifts - pigs cleared for takeoff
Climate shifts: pigs cleared for takeoff
Today is big. When people work together with tenacity and perseverance, we can accomplish things that once seemed impossible. Now, we must keep up this momentum.
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Be a climate voter!

Every election is a climate election! In Washington it's not too late to register to vote. And it's never too late to make sure your friends and neighbors are registered. And of course, to vote.

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Daydreaming...

Naming climate disasters after major polluters, overcoming the status quo, and supporting those first and worst affected by climate change-fueled disasters.

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Hope, Health and Climate: coming this fall

  By now we’ve gotten used to summers bruised by climate change—heat waves in the Northwest and around the world, drought and wildfires in some places, devastating floods in others.

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A massively consequential week for climate action

The US Senate votes to pass the Inflation Reduction Act, climate impacts keep on coming, and communities lead the way on climate policy.

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Climate shifts: pigs cleared for takeoff

Today is big. When people work together with tenacity and perseverance, we can accomplish things that once seemed impossible. Now, we must keep up this momentum.

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Make history (again) and keep climate action strong in WA

WA made history by passing the strongest bill in the country to cap carbon pollution statewide. State agencies are starting the implementation process with a comment period on the draft rules ending this Friday July 15th. You can add your voice to influence this groundbreaking climate policy and let the Department of Ecology know what’s important to you.

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Biden invokes war powers to speed clean energy shift

This week, President Biden issued a number of executive orders taking action on clean energy, to make solar panels, heat pumps, insulation and other products for the clean energy transition

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Manchin accepts new leadership roles

Headlines on Joe Manchin and wind power in Texas; environmental justice and access to clean air; and other news on climate and clean energy. Warning: includes April Fools Day jokes alongside actual news!

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Following historic progress, WA continues with incremental steps

In 2022, the Washington Legislature built upon the transformational shift we’ve begun in recent years; lawmakers took important steps in a few key areas, but hesitated in others.

ClimateCast flower 2 March 2022

"A Brief and rapidly closing window"

In this week's ClimateCast: a grim new report from the IPCC; a fossil-fueled war in Ukraine; underwhelming action from the federal government, and signs of progress in Oregon

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Climate Voter

Be a climate voter!

Every election is a climate election! In Washington it's not too late to register to vote. And it's never too late to make sure your friends and neighbors are registered. And of course, to vote.
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Blended photo of smoky Seattle skyline and Sargasso seaweed on a coastline

Daydreaming...

Naming climate disasters after major polluters, overcoming the status quo, and supporting those first and worst affected by climate change-fueled disasters.
Read More

washington state outline filled with images from around the state

Make history (again) and keep climate action strong in WA

Submitted by Kelly Hall on Tue, 07/12/2022 - 13:38

WA made history by passing the strongest bill in the country to cap carbon pollution statewide. State agencies are starting the implementation process with a comment period on the draft rules ending this Friday July 15th. You can add your voice to influence this groundbreaking climate policy and let the Department of Ecology know what’s important to you.
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