Post-Election Virtual Recap

Thank you for joining our Washington Environmental Council + Washington Conservation Voters Post-Election virtual gathering last week! We really enjoyed celebrating everyone’s accomplishments from this election cycle together, as well as learning about the political lay of the land and environmental priorities for 2021. If you weren’t able to make this event, we’re sorry we …

R.I.P. Oil, Coal and Gas

The Midterms Have the Power to Usher in an Era of Climate Action Trump and the fossil fuel lobby can stall for time. But change is coming faster than you think. ALEX STEFFEN

Poll: 1631 has Big Oil on the ropes!

This Elway poll has some good news for making carbon polluters accountable: This poll shows that:   1) I-1631 is leading among voters, and it's clear that Washingtonians don’t trust big oil despite their $21 million in fancy advertising.   2) This election is going to be close, but we CAN win and defeat …

The candidates on climate

Ballots to be mailed Oct. 14 Here are the candidates for Clallam County Commissioner speaking on climate change: League of Women Voters Port Angeles Rotary Club PA Chamber of Commerce

County Commissioner candidate debate

League of Women Voters Candidates Forum Sunday July 12 Shipley Center,  921 E Hammond St, Sequim 1.00 PM  - 3.45 PM Candidates for Clallam County Commissioner  District 1 Jim McEntire, Mark Ozias, Bryan D. Frazier __________________________________________________________________________________________ Please Vote in the Primary Election     August 4 Ballots Mailed Out on July 15

Tuesday’s election will help determine our climate future

Below are two action requests related to Tuesday’s election, which will influence the course for climate action (or inaction) at the federal level. From Environment America: If we don't do more in the next few days, politicians who deny the science behind climate change and want to dismantle EPA programs will win control of the U.S. …