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Our Frontline Perspective on the 2024 Legislative Session

With the 2024 legislative session now behind us, it’s time to debrief and reflect on how …

Now That Frontline Communities Have the Government’s Attention, How Will They Be Defined?

In the 2023–2025 budget cycle, over $650 million will be spent to benefit “Vulnerable Populations” and …

Transportation Electrification Strategies for a Just Transition

By Aaron Fishbone and Sierra Suafoa-McClain When the clock strikes 12:01 AM on January 1, 2035, …

Comprehensive Plans and Climate Justice:
HB 1181 in Action

Have you ever wondered how cities and counties decide what can be built where, which type …

Linking Carbon Markets Won’t Benefit Our Frontline Communities

In the next few weeks, the Washington State Department of Ecology is set to deliver a …

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Legislature Falls Short on Community Climate Commitments in 2023–2025 Budget

by Davin Diaz, with analysis support from Maiko Patschke Two years after the establishment of the …