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COVID-19 Solidarity: Ways to Support

COVID-19 Solidarity: Ways to Support

During this time of crisis, fueled by the inadequate federal response to COVID-19, and vast inequity, we must do all we can to support disproportionately impacted workers and communities on the frontlines. Now is the time for solidarity. The Climate Alliance is...

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2020 Session Wrap-up & COVID -19 Solidarity

2020 Session Wrap-up & COVID -19 Solidarity

When faced with moments of global crisis— whether it’s climate change or the current COVID-19 pandemic — it’s crucial that we stand together as a society. Now is not the time for xenophobia, or blame, but rather a sense of unity and solidarity as we look out for each...

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Transportation for All Now

Transportation for All Now

Did you know most of Washington State’s transportation investments are currently decided without any clearly defined goals and metrics? This selection process can lead to unfair and inequitable outcomes, such as increased air pollution and induced demand that creates...

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A Faithful Approach to Fighting Climate Change

A Faithful Approach to Fighting Climate Change

When Reverend Marilyn Cornwell arrived at the Church of the Ascension in Magnolia five years ago, just a handful of church members were active in the environmental movement. Today, environmental stewardship is a central mandate for the entire congregation.

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In Our View: Our Climate Is Changing

Any discussion about climate change should be required to start with a quote from Peter Goldmark, Washington’s Commissioner of Public Lands. “Our fire season started a month ahead, our crops matured weeks ahead and the dry weather we usually get in August, we’ve had since May.”

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2 weeks ago
Race + transportation are intertwined. US remains a country where many forms of transpo are effectively still segregated.

Our transpo future must repair past injustices + equitably invest in clean transportation options for most-impacted communities.

https://t.co/3g7EJKwmVW
2 weeks ago
In the 1950s and ‘60s, Interstate 94 in the Twin Cities tore apart the once-thriving neighborhood of Rondo, the heart of St. Paul’s largest African-American community, and helped spur decades of racial segregation in the region.

https://t.co/r934L3v1WI

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