Save a rare forest and endangered wildlife
We can protect more than 200,000 acres in the North Cascades, including old-growth forest and critical habitat for wildlife, forever. Learn more.
Through Environment Washington, thousands of citizen members are teaming up with a professional staff to stand up for the places we love and the environmental values we share.
Our report, “Keeping Plastic Out of Puget Sound,” detailed the damage caused by plastic pollution and noted that local and national governments worldwide are taking action to ban the bags. We had the lead quote in a front page Seattle Times article on this issue, grabbing the attention of city and state leaders. We need your help to turn a statewide bag ban from great idea into reality.
Learn the truth about fracking. Watch out new expose and take action to stop fracking today. Our new video features experts and communities speaking out about fracking's harmful impacts on our environment and health. Take action
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|Keeping Plastic Out of Puget Sound|
|Our sister organization, the Environment Washington Research & Policy Center, has released a report explaining why Washington should join the global movement to reduce plastic pollution.|
|What global warming means for Washington|
As extreme weather becomes more intense and frequent, our sister organization, Environment Washington Research and Policy Center, has outlined ways to cut the carbon pollution that is fueling global warming.