Mixed bag for climate needs; sunny outlook for solar energy | Guest View
Last updated 3/23/2022 at 3:23pm
The Washington State Legislature concluded regular session March 10 in a whirlwind that saw many needed environmental bills shortchanged by the 60-day schedule.
A few critical wins, but not the major steps needed if we are to achieve our established clean energy targets, and ensure a livable future for all.
Climate change is the number one threat to birds and people. If we are to have any hope of a livable future that restores and maintains our threatened landscapes and wildlife habitats, the Legislature must come back in 2023 with more meaningful actions.
This year's investments in sol...