If you push past the national headlines, you start to realize that Washington, D.C., is going into 2019 with all cylinders firing on environmental progress.
climate, EEP, energy, environmental policy
I-1631: Washington State’s Ticket to Climate Leadership
Putting a fair price on carbon pollution is exactly what my home state of Washington has a chance to do this November, as voters decide whether to enact Initiative 1631.
climate, energy, environmental policy
No Country for Clean Cars
In light of this assault on an environmental policy that did its job, what can a despairing environmentalist do?
alumni, climate, energy, environmental policy, students
What’s Lacking in the Fracking Debate?
I went to a talk by author Daniel Raimi to hear his expert take on fracking, an industry that is polarizing not just along the political spectrum but even within the environmental community itself.
climate, energy, students, sustainability
The World According to Bill McKibben
Bill McKibben is the first to admit that he’s a natural introvert, more comfortable writing his thoughts on the page than exclaiming them to an audience. But his years of public activism and personal dedication to the cause shone through in all he had to say, and I don’t think I was alone in hanging onto his every word.
climate, EEP, energy, environmental policy, students
Climate Action in the Age of Trump
Welcome to the Age of Trump. Few if any members of the environmental community expected the result that millions of Americans woke up to on Wednesday, November 9. Fueled by a surge of support fromContinue reading
climate, conservation, EEP, energy, environmental policy, students
What the Election Means for the Environment – and for Us
To say that we’re tired of hearing about the 2016 election would be an understatement. It’s pretty much impossible to open any newspaper, magazine or blog site without being blasted by fresh Clinton and Trump one-liners fromContinue reading