In the short time since we formally launched our SAF program, we have had the opportunity to drive good policy and increase understanding of the opportunities, needs and specific actions required to support sustainable fuels in our region and around the world.
Staff members at Climate Solutions share their memories of Sam Garst, an inspiring longtime supporter, leader, advisor and friend.
In the last few months, people across Washington have spoken up for climate action. Their resounding message? “The time to act is now.”
Fossil fuel companies are trotting out another round of warmed over allegations that climate policy, in particular a clean fuels standard, is unworkable and will crash the economy. They’re running up against a difficult opponent: reality.
Much has changed, both regionally and nationally, in the almost seven years since the Western Climate Initiative (WCI) was launched, and there are major differences between the PCAP and the WCI.
We know we can cut climate pollution in Washington and build a stronger economy. Now we need bold action from our leaders.
I’m writing to you today from a family trip to India, where I’m seeing first-hand the impacts of climate change and carbon pollution. Thank you for being part of the solution and happy #GivingTuesday.
A clean fuels standard will build on existing success and allow Washington businesses to help lead the way to cleaner, Washington-produced fuels that will keep more of our energy dollars here in our great state and region.
It’s clearer than ever before that the Northwest is poised to lead on climate, and thanks to you and many others, we’re on the path.
Governor John Kitzhaber will be joining us along with our keynote speaker Tom Steyer, Co-Founder, Next Generation.
Yeb Saño, the lead negotiator for the Philippines at the UN Climate Talks has pledged a hunger strike in solidarity with victims of Typhoon Haiyan.
Ending business as usual for polluters can help drive the clean energy economy.
If the Earth’s vegetation were not absorbing tremendous amounts of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, the climate would be much hotter and have already crossed highly dangerous thresholds.
Together, this West Coast bloc represents the fifth largest economy on the planet. If successful, the West Coast will form a powerful curtain of leadership, demonstrating that it is possible to significantly cut carbon and grow a vibrant clean energy economy.
A new methodology enables emission reductions from biochar in the U.S., developed jointly by The Climate Trust in partnership with the International Biochar Initiative, Prasino Group, and Carbon Consulting.
The City of Seattle took a crucial step toward its long-term goal of carbon neutrality when it enacted a new Commercial Energy Code on September 16, 2013.
Today, our thoughts go out to folks impacted by Superstorm Sandy. Last year, more than 159 Americans died in the storm and over 72,000 homes and businesses were damaged in New Jersey alone. The official price tag topped $65 billion but the true social costs are immeasurable.
Over 650 people packed a conference room in Seattle yesterday to present and witness powerful testimony before Governor Inslee and legislators in the Climate Workgroup.
King County Executive Dow Constantine and Seattle Chamber of Commerce CEO Maud Daudon and other leaders provide perfect prelude to the Climate Workgroup hearing in Seattle on October 23.
It's not often that a Governor creates an open forum for you to come explain your best ideas for cutting carbon emissions and growing the clean energy economy. But that's just what Governor Inslee has done, and he's counting on you, and me, and our clean energy colleagues to show up.