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The SCERS Board did not vote either way Thursday. But financial advisers say: Don’t do it.
Threatened with 10 years in prison and $20,000 in fines, Ward was given 30 days community service.
Current and former staffers say morale is low at the watchdog agency. But that doesn’t mean they’re giving up.
A City Council resolution calls for Puget Sound Energy to stop using coal by 2025.
Ward faces prison time for shutting down a pipeline. He says it’s time to end “incremental thinking.”
350 Seattle immediately urges Governor Inslee to lead a “Power Past Paris” bloc of climate-friendly states.
‘Today is a Milestone Day’: Groups Deliver One Million Petitions Against Coal and Oil Terminals to Gov. Inslee
“We will fight this to the end.”
And more than two dozen were arrested during an anti-pipeline action Monday.
“I know it makes people uncomfortable. But that’s the only way they’re listening.”
A new carbon tax bill just landed in the state legislature – the fourth one this session.
So far, all the criminal-trespass trials have resulted in convictions. On Friday, the jury hung.
“It’s pretty strong—we’re very pleased with the letter and the Mayor’s stance.”
Little did I know that a dump tour would start to feel like a wildlife safari.
What will we do with our garbage when our landfill fills? Kathy Lambert says, “Burn it!”
Clean Power Plan or no, Washington is ahead on climate.
It’s just a draft, but it doesn’t bode well, say environmental advocates.
“When we fight, we win!”
The world is watching as Seattle blazes a #NoDAPL trail.
The EPA grants freeze and other orders this week have been terrifying. Here’s some level-setting.
Federal climate efforts are in limbo. Meanwhile, in Seattle…