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Washington paved the way for federal clean cars standards

Nathan Willcox, Environment Washington's federal global warming program director, thanked President Obama for announcing a plan to double fuel-efficiency standards nationwide to an average of 54.5 miles per gallon by 2025. Washington helped pave the way for this historic move with our own pioneering clean car standards. 

News Release | Environment Washington

Citizens Don Tattoos to Protect Federal Land in the San Juans

Hundreds of Washingtonians are getting tattoos this week in support of the San Juan Islands National Monument. On a recent trip to the San Juans, U.S. Sen. Maria Cantwell stated she had done everything but “get a tattoo” for the monument. So this week, in celebration of National Public Lands Day (September 29), Environment Washington is distributing hundreds of temporary tattoos across the state so that Washingtonians can join Sen. Cantwell in urging the President to protect nearly 1,000 acres of federally-owned Bureau of Land Management Lands in the San Juans as a National Monument.

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Report | Environment Washington Research and Policy Center

When it Rains, it Pours

Global warming is happening now and its effects are being felt in the United States and around the world. Among the expected consequences of global warming is an increase in the heaviest rain and snow storms, fueled by increased evaporation and the ability of a warmer atmosphere to hold more moisture.

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News Release | Environment Washington

New Report: Extreme Downpours and Snowstorms Up 24 Percent in Washington

Six months after a record snowstorm closed roads and schools across the state, a new Environment Washington report confirms that extreme rainstorms and snowstorms are happening 24 percent more frequently in Washington since 1948.

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Report | Environment Washington

Charging Forward

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