In Washington, more global warming pollution comes from transportation than from any other sector. It’s time to move to 100% clean transportation! Together we accomplished 100% Clean Electricity last year during the legislative session, and now we can take the next step forward for climate action.
Please join us for an East King County Transportation Forum in Issaquah!
This is a free event, open to the public. Snacks and beverages will be provided.
RSVP here so we know we have enough snacks: https://actnow.io/bRtUNO0
When: Tuesday, Oct. 22 from 6:30 pm – 8 pm (Clean vehicles showcase out front from 5:30 – 6:30)
What: Come hear about some of the good things happening in Issaquah in the transportation realm. We will discuss the challenges we face locally and statewide, and how we can overcome them together!
Where: Blakely Hall, 2550 NE Park Dr, Issaquah, WA 98029
• Washington Physicians for Social Responsibility representative speaking about the health and climate impacts from our current transportation system
• Kelsey Mesher, Transportation Choices Coalition, to speak to local transportation good news and challenges as well as the threats posed by Initiative 976
• Kelly Hall, Climate Solutions, covering the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency clean fuels rule and Clean Fuels Standard in 2020 legislature
• Washington State Representative Bill Ramos who sits on the Transportation Committee
• Ben Silesky, Audubon Washington, to share the many ways we can all engage in solutions
Learn more about the four-county clean air rule, the clean fuels bill, and Initiative 976, as well as the many ways to engage and ensure we move forward together for a just, equitable, and clean future.
Co-sponsors include: Audubon Washington, Citizens Climate Lobby Bellevue, Climate Reality Project (Washington State and Seattle/King County), Climate Solutions, Sierra Club, Transportation Choices Coalition, Washington Conservation Voters, Washington Environmental Council, Washington Physicians for Social Responsibility
Cover photo of Bellevue Transit Center by Dan Reed, Flickr