Clean fuels proposal drives critical climate progress in WA

CLEAN FUELS DRIVES CRITICAL CLIMATE PROGRESS  Committee Hears Benefits for State Joining Rest of Region With Passage of a Clean Fuel Standard  OLYMPIA, WA —  Over the course of two virtual hearings, the Washington State House Environment and Energy Committee heard public testimony on HB 1091, the Clean Fuel Standard, which cuts air pollution by requiring […]

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Cutting pollution with clean fuels: a top climate priority for Washington

by Leah Missik Washington needs clean fuels now We have one decade to cut our climate pollution in half. Making our transportation fuels cleaner is one solution among many we must pursue—but it’s a straightforward one that has already been successful in California, and Oregon, and British Columbia. Washington cannot wait another year to pass […]

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2020 Washington State legislative session ends in climate failure

Washington Senate Democrats wrapped up the 2020 legislative session by handing veto power to a small minority of its caucus, and failing to take action to cut transportation pollution—ignoring a priority of 66% of WA voters. “Climate delay is just as bad as denial. This year’s legislative session was a comprehensive failure to act on climate,” […]

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Poll: Clean Fuels backed by two thirds of Washington voters

It’s no surprise that Washingtonians care about the climate and environmental health. Now, a new poll shows that by a dramatic margin, we also want our lawmakers to take action to reduce the climate-harming pollution that comes from our cars, trucks, and other forms of fossil-fuelled transportation. These findings, from the latest Crosscut Elway Poll […]

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