Greenhouse emissions

  • by Elizabeth Willmott on February 8, 2016
    Puget Sound Energy is a crucial player on Washington's path toward a clean energy future, but its 20-year resource plan falls significantly short on the urgency and boldness we need to make deep, near-term carbon reduction. Read more
  • by Gregg Small on February 5, 2016
    Events in 2015 created so much momentum for the fight to stop global warming, and the first weeks of 2016 proved no different. Here's what Climate Solutions and our allies are doing to maintain course and speed towards a clean energy future. Read more
  • by Caleb Smith on February 5, 2016
    The Seattle Chamber of Commerce and the Clean Tech Alliance invite you to hear Dr. Paul Brooks of Tata Steel give a European energy-intensive industry perspective on climate change policy, carbon pricing, and industrial competitiveness. Read more
  • by Caleb Smith on February 4, 2016
    The #LocalImpact16 Conference will empower the next generation of sustainability and social responsibility leaders by providing access to networking events, engaging workshops, and discussions lead by professionals, activists and community leaders who are already creating change. We are looking for innovative and inspired people to join the movement and together we will maximize the positive impact we have on the prosperity of people AND the planet. Read more
  • by Kristen Sheeran on January 29, 2016
    Oregon’s Legislature may be headed into a short session next week, but the agenda for climate and clean energy is nothing short of completely impressive. Only two months after the historic Paris Agreement on climate change, Oregon is poised to be the first state out of the gate to heed the call to action. Read more
  • by Caleb Smith on January 15, 2016
    On January 26, join the World Affairs Council for an event to review the Paris Agreement, the implementation process, and the agreement’s role in combating climate change.  Read more
  • by Caleb Smith on January 15, 2016
    The third annual Arctic Encounter Symposium (AES) in Seattle, Washington will convene policymakers, industry leaders, and leading experts to confront the leading issues in Arctic policy, innovation, and development. Read more
  • by Kristen Sheeran on January 7, 2016
    Less than a month after the historic Paris agreement on climate change, Oregon utilities, climate advocates and environmental groups are heeding—and leading—the international community’s call for a clean energy transition. Read more
  • by Seth Zuckerman on January 4, 2016
    Indian microfinance brings solar energy to off-grid villages and slums, Eugene tests microgrids powered by PVs, the ‘rebound effect’ is smaller than previously reported, and more news of the week in clean energy solutions.  Read more
  • by Caleb Smith on December 18, 2015
    Stand up to Tesoro Savage and more oil trains. For years, you’ve been part of a growing movement throughout the Pacific Northwest to oppose dirty, dangerous fossil fuel projects — from coal export to oil-by-rail terminals. On January 14, the Inland Northwest can make a powerful statement against biggest oil-by-rail terminal proposed in North America. Read more

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