Join Business Leaders for Climate Solutions
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Business Leaders for Climate Solutions (BLCS) brings together executives and other business leaders, entrepreneurs and investors who are committed to regional leadership, strong action to reduce global warming pollution and a transition to a clean and energy-efficient economy.
When you sign-up for BLCS, you join an exclusive network of business leaders from around the region who share a few core principles around action, advocacy and leadership. By leading the way on climate and clean-energy policy, all businesses in the region will be best prepared to manage risks, seize opportunities and create a broadly shared and sustainable prosperity.
- Join over 1,000 other leaders to provide powerful voices for this effort and lead the regional clean economy by example.
- Help shape the development of strong and sustainable climate and clean energy policy in the Northwest.
- Provide the business voice to policy makers and the media and promote clean-energy solutions to the business community.
- Enlist colleagues to build a powerful business coalition for regional leadership to drive the clean-energy economy forward.
But, we need you. Don’t get left out of the conversation.
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