Climate and Clean Energy News and Commentary
On Earth Day—April 22—King County, WA voters should resoundingly pass Proposition 1 to keep Metro bus service at current levels, and send a strong message of support for our region’s environment, economy, and citizens.
At the University of Washington, competing teams of students sought novel solutions to seemingly intractable environmental problems, from reducing packaging waste, to finding new paths for recycling, to creating new renewable energy systems.
Check out the first episode of this inspiring and visually stunning new documentary series. "Years of Living Dangerously" gives us the opportunity to change the way America talks about the climate crisis.
This spring, we're looking forward to a great lineup of events in Oregon, Washington and beyond on climate and cleanenergy issues, grenn bisiness practices, and 21st century business innovation!
Governor Kitzhaber has signed a bill aimed at safeguarding Oregon’s clean energy commitment and preventing a backslide into last generation’s energy sources. In an era of climate consequences, the health of our kids and our communities depends on demanding a future free from fossil fuels. That’s why the development of clean, renewable energy is so crucial.