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News Release | Environment Washington

Bill Signed to Make Washington Coal Free

Environment Washington is proud to have helped pass this important legislation by documenting the threat of mercury emissions, advocating in Olympia and working with thousands of citizens who contacted their legislators and attended community forums. We look forward to continuing efforts to move the state toward a clean energy future.

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Environment Washington Helps Washingtonians Plug into Clean Energy for Earth Day

With Earth Day approaching, Environment Washington released a new guide to help Washingtonians improve the energy performance of their homes and workplaces. The renewable energy and energy-saving measures proposed by Environment Washington’s “Plug into Clean Energy Guide” promise to lower energy bills and reduce pollution.

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Solar Hot Water Heating Could Cut Washington’s Global Warming Pollution by as much as Taking 170,000 Cars Off the Road

Washington could reduce pollution and dependence on fossil fuels through the deployment of off the shelf, cost-effective solar hot water technology, according to a new report by Environment Washington. 

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Environment Washington Applauds Efforts to Ensure A Coal-Free Future

This weekend, a historic agreement between Gov. Chris Gregoire, TransAlta Corp., and members of the state environmental community was reached that will ensure a coal-free future for the state.

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Agribusiness Lobby Fights Against Clean Water

Big agribusiness interests are among the largest roadblocks to clean water in the United States, according to a new report by Environment Washington Research & Policy Center. The report, “Growing Influence: The Political Power of Agribusiness and the Fouling of America’s Waterways,” was released today.

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