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Join the Alliance on the Road this Fall

Join the Alliance on the Road this Fall

When Reverend Marilyn Cornwell arrived at the Church of the Ascension in Magnolia five years ago, just a handful of church members were active in the environmental movement. Today, environmental stewardship is a central mandate for the entire congregation.
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Climate change hits communities of color harder

Any discussion about climate change should be required to start with a quote from Peter Goldmark, Washington’s Commissioner of Public Lands. “Our fire season started a month ahead, our crops matured weeks ahead and the dry weather we usually get in August, we’ve had since May.”
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Go Local to Fight Climate Change

Go Local to Fight Climate Change

The Alliance for Jobs and Clean Energy, the coalition that led the effort to bring Initiative 1631 to voters this past November, is pushing a set of bills in Olympia to address climate change and bring much needed climate solutions to Washington State. Together we...

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The Alliance for Jobs and Clean Energy is Washington State’s coalition of community organizations, business, labor, and environmental groups dedicated to reducing global warming pollution, creating family-wage jobs, and securing a better future for our families.
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The climate crisis leaves no part of the globe untouched.

According to a new study by the journal Global Environmental Change, richer nations tend to politicize the climate crisis, while poorer nations more often present it as a problem of international concern.
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Alliance for Jobs and Clean Energy2 weeks ago
North Dakota’s first solar farm is located on the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe's tribal reservation.

The CannonBall Community Solar Farm adds 300 kilowatts into the grid, brings the tribe one step closer to ending its dependence on fossil fuels, and will save the community $7,000 to $10,000 annually in energy costs.

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The #ClimateCrisis leaves no part of the globe untouched.

According to a new study, richer nations tend to politicize the climate crisis, while poorer nations more often present it as a problem of international concern. https://t.co/xMQEMHFL9r
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The CannonBall Community #Solar Farm, located on the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe's tribal reservation, adds 300 kilowatts into the grid, brings the tribe closer to ending dependence on #FossilFuels, and will save $7-$10k annually in #energy costs.
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