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New report: Washington among national leaders in electric vehicle adoption

Washington ranks #4 in the nation for cumulative electric vehicle sales through 2020, according to a new report released today by Environment Washington Research & Policy Center. Renewables on the Rise 2021 documents the growth of six key clean energy technologies across the U.S. over the past decade: solar power, wind power, battery storage, energy efficiency, electric vehicles and heat pumps.

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News Release | Environment Washington Research & Policy Center

New report: Trouble in the Air: Seattle metro area experienced 47 days of polluted air in 2020

Seattle, Tacoma, and Bellevue, home to four million people, suffered through 47 days of elevated air pollution in 2020, according to a new report from EnvironmentWashington Research & Policy Center, Frontier Group and WashPIRG Foundation. Air pollution increases the risk of premature death, asthma attacks, cancer, and other adverse health impacts.

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Report | Environment Washington Research & Policy Center

Trouble in the Air

More than one in six Americans, 58.4 million people, suffered through more than 100 days of elevated air pollution in 2020. Our report calls attention to the very real public health problems air pollution causes in both cities and rural areas across the country, such as asthma, heart issues, and premature death. It explains how global warming will make air pollution worse, and why tackling climate pollution has an impact on air quality. 

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News Release | Environment Washington Research & Policy Center

New report outlines key ways to reconnect nature through wildlife corridors

As biodiversity continues its decline, a new report highlights key projects that are working to reconnect nature through “wildlife corridors.”

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On the ground at Seattle's Rally for the River | Pam Clough

Hundreds of people across the Northwest gathered on August 7th to demand Northwest members of Congress save salmon and the southern resident orca that rely on salmon. 

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