Pacific Coast leaders share clean economy progress at COP 23 global climate change talks in Bonn

Gov. Jay Inslee and other members of the Pacific Coast Collaborative, joined a panel discussion today in Bonn, Germany, focused on moving toward a clean energy economy.

Meet the Washington State Parks Arbor Crew

U.S. Governors head to Germany to reassure global leaders of American leadership on climate change

Members of the 

Joint statement from the Pacific Coast Collaborative at the start of COP 23

The Pacific Coast Collaborative sent out a joint statement on member commitments as COP 23 begins in Bonn, Germany.

Governors report 14 states and Puerto Rico are ‘On track’ to hit Paris climate targets, new report

Gov. Jay Inslee joined Govs.

Inslee statement on EPA repeal of Clean Power Plan

"By repealing the Clean Power Plan, President Trump and his EPA administrator are recklessly removing any meaningful, science-based federal restraint on the carbon pollution that power plants are allowed to pump into our atmosphere.

Inslee names Roselyn Marcus as interim chair of Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council

Gov. Jay Inslee today announced the appointment of Roselyn Marcus as interim chair of the state’s Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council. The council reviews siting proposals for major energy facilities.

West Coast states accept invitation to 2017 U.N. climate convention in Germany

The mainstreaming of the carbon tax

State works to mitigate flood damage, restore fish habitats in Chehalis River basin

Washington state climate action: here’s what we’ve done so far.

Inslee, New York Governor Cuomo, and California Governor Brown announce formation of United States Climate Alliance

OLYMPIA - In response to President Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, California Governor Edmund G.

Inslee statement on Trump's intention to remove U.S. from international climate agreement

"Washington state is leading the way on climate issues where Washington, D.C., is failing. The Paris Climate Agreement is a landmark international pact that represents our greatest opportunity to secure long-term U.S.

Deep Decarbonization

In 2015 more than 190 nations signed the Paris Climate Agreement, committing themselves to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in line with limiting global warming to 2 degrees Celsius by mid-century.

Inslee among 12 governors urging Trump to keep U.S. in Paris Agreement


Joint statement by Inslee and Pacific Coast governors and mayors in response to EPA’s reconsideration of federal vehicle fuel-economy and emissions standards

“As the governors of Washington and Oregon, the mayors of Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, and Oakland, and representing a West Coast region of over 50 million people with a combined GDP of $2.8 trillion, we speak today in unified opposition to the federal withdrawal from the vehicle fuel effici

Washington among four states chosen to help modernize electric power sector

OLYMPIA – Washington is one of four states leading the way to modernize the electric power sector thanks to a new project from the National Governors Association.

Washington joins new international alliance calling for protection of the ocean

OLYMPIA – Gov. Jay Inslee joined other West Coast governors and leaders from around the world in a call for action to protect the ocean from further acidification damage.

West Coast leaders’ climate change “resolve is strong” as COP22 concludes

OLYMPIA — Oregon Governor Kate Brown, California Governor Edmund G.

Inslee doubles state electric vehicle fleet with long-range EV purchases

OLYMPIA Gov. Jay Inslee doubled the number of cost-saving electric vehicles in the state motor pool with the purchase of more than 130 long-range EVs.


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