Clean Fuel Standard coming to Washington State
Washington finalizes Clean Fuel Standard to reduce climate pollution, protect health, and benefit local economy with implementation beginning Jan 1, 2023
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Clean Fuel Standard coming to Washington State

Washington finalizes Clean Fuel Standard to reduce climate pollution, protect health, and benefit local economy with implementation beginning Jan 1, 2023

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One more way to be a Climate Voter in Oregon

Voting yes on Measure 113 will help us make the necessary progress in Oregon on an equitable transition to a clean energy-powered grid, transportation system, and buildings.

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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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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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Voice Your Comments on NW Natural's Proposed Rate Increase

NW Natural—Oregon's largest fossil fuel utility—wants to raise gas prices by nearly 12 percent. By supporting further growth of the gas industry, this rate hike will increase energy burdens for already struggling Oregon families, worsen the climate crisis, and pollute the air we breathe.

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Two years ago today: One of biggest climate wins in Oregon history

Today is a significant milestone for Oregon’s climate progress, but it requires a little time traveling to the cusp of the pre-COVID times to fully appreciate how far we’ve come.

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Sprint with us toward climate action

Oregon's legislators heard your calls to address climate pollution from buildings—but it’s taking a new form. Also, don't miss updates on our statewide other climate priorities.

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How we build has major climate impacts

Numerous Oregon cities from Bend to Beaverton want to require stronger energy efficiency building standards, but Oregon’s existing state policies are holding them back.

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Good climate moves from Eugene's city council

The Eugene, OR city council voted to start studying whether to require all new-constructed commercial and residential buildings be electric only.

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The good, the bad, and the necessary next steps

Harrowing floods in the PNW, a wrap-up of the COP26 conference, and some federal progress on climate.

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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.
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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.
Read More

Photo of gas well flare

Voice Your Comments on NW Natural's Proposed Rate Increase

Submitted by Greer Ryan on Tue, 03/22/2022 - 16:52

NW Natural—Oregon's largest fossil fuel utility—wants to raise gas prices by nearly 12 percent. By supporting further growth of the gas industry, this rate hike will increase energy burdens for already struggling Oregon families, worsen the climate crisis, and pollute the air we breathe.
Read More