Get involved: Initiative 1631 is a groundbreaking effort to invest in a clean energy economy, vibrant communities, and healthy forests and clean water. This is a first step to expand infrastructure like wind and solar energy create thousands of good paying jobs across the state and cut climate-damaging pollution. Learn more and volunteer today!


Here in Washington we are already experiencing the impacts of dirty climate pollution – from more frequent and hotter fires to record-breaking temperatures to loss of species to warmer waters. We feel the urgency to act.

WEC is committed to just and equitable climate action for all Washingtonians. We work to reduce dangerous climate pollution and do so in a way that results in cleaner air and water as well as increased economic opportunities especially in rural areas. Fundamental to our long-term vision is the goal of deepening and sustaining a robust and diverse climate movement in our state.

Our goals are to limit climate pollution, maximize energy savings, stop new fossil fuel infrastructure, and transition to clean energy.

Maximize Energy Savings

We’re working to remove barriers and provide incentives for the efficient use of energy, especially in buildings. We will pursue policies that make energy saving the go-to source of new energy.

Transition to Clean Energy

To transition to clean sources of electricity generation, we support using renewable energy and greater efficiencies in a way that is just, equitable, and affordable.


Climate Clean Energy News and Stories

2019 Environmental Priorities for WA Legislature Announced

Broad coalition to advance policies for clean energy, orca recovery, oil spill prevention, and plastic pollution

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Say YES on I-1631 with WEC!

Initiative 1631 will protect Washington’s land, air, and water and move us towards a strong, healthy clean energy economy. 

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2018 State of Our Forests and Public Lands Report

The 2018 State of Our Forests and Public Lands report looks back on the Commissioner’s first 18 months in office to reflect on where progress has been made, where work still needs to be done, and where things need improvement.

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Oil Train Terminal Stopped!

Goveror Inslee rejected the nation’s largest oil train terminal and protected the health of Washington’s residents and environment!

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