In an historic decision, a King County judge ruled the State of Washington was failing in it’s duty to address climate change. Judge Hill said: The reason I’m doing this is because this is an urgent situation. (…) These children can’t wait, the polar bears can’t wait, the people of Bangladesh can’t wait. I don’t have jurisdiction…

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For more than a year, members of the Alliance for Jobs and Clean Energy have been working together to devise a policy that will reduce climate pollution and accelerate our move to clean energy, while aiding in an equitable, workable transition for communities, workers, and businesses. Addressing climate change is an urgent need – and we recognize…

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Each year South Sound GREEN and the Nisqually River Education Project invite 400 student delegates from the thousands of students participating in the program to attend the Student GREEN Congress in March at the Evergreen State College. Congress is an opportunity for these student delegates to represent their class and present their water quality data,…

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Folks, if your house was built in the 80s or so, your kitchen can lights are likely not insulated and not sealed. In the winter, cold air falls from your unheated attic. COSTCO has led replacements that seal off the cans, provide lots (!) of light and use just a little energy. They sell this…

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Thurston Regional Planning Council has produced a DRAFT Regional Transportation Plan. Check out the Draft RTP and provide your comments. This plan will shape transportation decisions for the next couple of decades. It’s our future. Again, check it out HERE!  

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