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Seven high school sophomores create a mural to depict what they learned after job-shadowing agents of change in the Seattle community as part of their school curriculum. Endrias Kinfe, who shadowed Climate Solutions' Eileen V. Quigley, explains what the mural indicates about what he learned about making change. Read More »
In early 2014, the King County-Cities Climate Collaboration (K4C) asked New Energy Cities to analyze what it would take to achieve meaningful carbon reduction goals at community scale in the near term. NEC identified a combination of strategies that would add up to make 50 percent reduction by 2030. Read More »
On Earth Day—April 22—King County, WA voters should resoundingly pass Proposition 1 to keep Metro bus service at current levels, and send a strong message of support for our region’s environment, economy, and citizens. Read More »
New Energy Cities newsletter from March 2014 featuring: the King County-Cities Climate Collaboration, a report describing what it would take to achieve 80 percent reduction in carbon emissions by 2050, and news on city-led climate solutions and clean energy innovation. Read More »
“Confronting climate change and building equity in our community are inescapable, global responsibilities,” says Dow Constantine. His State of the County address included a look at what the County can do to reduce carbon emissions and confront climate change. Read More »