We served climate hope for breakfast
Fresh from some serious clean energy wins in Washington, we're ready to confront the next big climate challenge: transportation.
Global warming

Washington can't stop, won't stop pushing for climate leadership

Washington's Legislature failed—again—to enact the kind of bold climate solutions we need and are ready for. Here's what happened, and here's why we can't stop and won't stop working to make the Evergreen State a climate leadership state.

Show some love for climate action

Washington State has a chance to deliver on some of the most ambitious climate policy anywhere in the country. Valentine’s Day is a key deadline.

Oregon Capitol

Time to make climate history in Oregon

With the Clean Energy Jobs bill, we have a huge opportunity for Oregon to take a bold step in the fight against climate change. 

States step up to fight climate challenges

Global temperatures aren't the only thing heating up--states and cities are showing an appetite this year for strong climate policy. We've got the latest news on climate and clean energy.

The setting: climate crisis. The story: clean energy on the rise.

As we mark the second anniversary of the Paris climate accord, US cities and states are maintaining momentum to do our part for emissions reduction. 

Mainstreaming climate risk... and clean energy opportunity

Our annual dinner with Kate Gordon in Portland this week laid the groundwork for a season of effective climate action in Oregon and Washington. 

World: On we go, Trumplessly

The Trump administration's fossil-fueled presence in Bonn seems mainly focused on flipping the bird at the rest of the world.  But the world seems determined to press ahead on climate–possibly more so in spite of Trump's intransigence.

Home Runs 4 Hurricane Recovery? Let's bill the perps instead

Let’s get real, baseball fans. We need a serious federal commitment to short-term and long-term recovery.

Repeal (?), Resilience, and Resistance

Last week's attack on the Clean Power Plan comes during a season of extreme weather disasters and increasing alarm about our warming climate. But there's good news about EVs, business engagement, and polling on climate. 

The King is dead

The Northwest coal export battle was a fateful crossroads, and the tyranny of fossil fuels is waning. In its place, we're launching a new clean energy era. 

Climate Solutions 10th Annual Dinner & 20th Anniversary Celebration

Our Climate Solutions 10th Annual Dinner & 20th Anniversary Celebration on November 29 is a seated and catered dinner at the Hilton Portland 5:00pm-8:00pm with time allocated for check-in and mingling with the other guests between 5pm-6:00pm. Our keynote speaker is renewable energy visionary Hal Harvey, CEO of Energy Innovation. We anticipate attracting 350 people including business executives, policymakers, and community leaders.  During the Dinner you will be given the opportunity to support our work by making a gift to Climate Solutions.

To register or to learn more about sponsorship, table host or tablew captain opportunities, please visit the event site. Thanks so much for your consideration and support! We look forward to seeing you there. 

Climate Solutions 20th Annual Reception & 20th Anniversary Celebration

Please join Climate Solutions staff along with the following cohosts:

Alex Asbury & Jacques Michel, Wendy Brown & George Wilhere, Peggy Bruton & David Edwards, Tumwater City Councilmember Leatta Dahlhoff, Representative Beth Doglio & Eddy Cates, Karen Fraser, Linda Glasier & Luis Bernal, Vlad Gutman-Britten, Stew Henderson & Kathy Cox, Rich Hoey & Stacey Waterman Hoey, Paul Horton, Paul Knox, Kimberly Larson, John MacLean, Tom McDonald, Teresa Myers, Miguel Perez-Gibson, Jen Quan, Rhys Roth, Beth