Washington’s climate change bills will not go into effect until the legislature passes a transportation budget. No one is quite sure when that will be. | Washington Senate DemocratsRead More
Washington is on its way to becoming the second state to have a comprehensive cap-and-trade program after a Senate vote approving the bill. | AlcoaRead More
The Wash. House voted 56-42 to send Gov. Jay Inslee a bill aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions from air conditioners and large refrigeration units. | ShutterstockRead More
The Democrat-controlled Washington Senate barely passed a cap-and-trade bill designed to trim industrial carbon emissions. | Washington Department of EcologyRead More
The Washington Senate approved a bill that would require an increased use of biofuels to cut carbon emissions from vehicles. | Walter Siegmund, via Wikimedia CommonsRead More
A bill to dramatically reduce Washington’s GHG emissions from large refrigeration and air conditioners is on the brink of a final vote in the state Senate. | ShutterstockRead More
A bill to require consideration of climate change in land use planning appears headed toward approval in the Washington state legislature. | Washington State House DemocratsRead More
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