Vote Yes for Transit

Mass Transit Now will be a huge step forward for our region – vote YES in November!

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Only Five Fossil Fuel Proposals Remain

Together, we’re taking down coal and oil proposals one by one. Only a few are left – see how we’ll get there.

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Army Corps rejects permit for coal terminal at Cherry Point

The Army Corps ruled that the proposed coal terminal for Cherry Point would impact the treaty-protected fishing rights of Lummi Nation.

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Effective and Equitable Climate Action Policy

We are excited to announce a policy proposal that reflects the diverse values Washingtonians and that makes major progress on carbon pollution and clean energy.

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Oil Terminal Takeaways

With comment period closed, here’s a recap of issue, prominent themes.

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Record-Breaking Number of Comments Pours in Against Proposed Tesoro-Savage Oil Terminal

Over 300,000 comments and almost 2,000 hearing attendees say NO to largest proposed oil terminal in nation.

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Statement in Response to the Washington Clean Air Rule

Statement from Climate Solutions, Washington Environmental Council, and Washington Conservation Voters.

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Marching Together for Climate Justice

On a warm Wednesday in October, workers, immigrants, members of communities of color, activists and other everyday folks came together to march for climate justice.

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Bypassing Legislature, Inslee turns to executive action on climate change

Gov. Jay Inslee announced his office will develop a cap on emissions of greenhouse gases.

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How I Talk about Climate Change & Tips for You!

When I talk with friends about climate change, I use examples and stories to make it personal and relatable.

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Inslee’s plan makes polluters pay

So many people signed up to testify on Gov. Jay Inslee’s sweeping proposal to rein in greenhouse gases that Tuesday’s public hearing on the bill was continued to Thursday.

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Statements Leaders on Gov. Inslee’s Climate Action

Washington is fortunate to have a governor who listens to the people and local communities.

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Gov. Inslee proposes a carbon-pollution cap and trade system to raise $1 billion a year

The Democrat’s cap-and-trade climate package includes plans to spend $380 million of that new revenue on K-12 public schools.

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Stories and Sailing: A Puget Sound Trip with Best Selling Author

William Dietrich, New York Times Best Selling Author, and WEC supporters celebrate Earth Day in style.

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Washington’s Youth Are True Climate Heroes

We have made over 8,500 phone calls, surveyed 238 people, and more!

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Is this man the greenest governor in America?

When Jay Inslee was elected governor of the state of Washington in November of 2012, climate campaigners rejoiced.

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Cleaning up Washington’s Transportation Emissions

WEC is working for a Clean Fuels Standard to help reduce climate pollution .

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Gov. Inslee Signs Climate Action Bill into Law

Governor-request and Environmental Priority law will convene state leaders from both parties to address climate change.

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Energy Efficiency: One building at a time

One essential step in reducing our output of climate pollution is ensuring that we use energy efficiently.

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Historic Agreement Reached to Phase Out Coal-Burning in Washington

A historic agreement with TransAlta and Gov. Gregoire phases out Washington’s last coal-fired power plant.

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