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Did you know that fully 74 percent of Latino Americans said setting national standards to prevent global warming and climate change is extremely important to them?
Poll: Largest US minority cares deeply about the environment and climate change.
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"I hope we are reversing a 100-year trend of a pollution-based economy, one victory at a time."
Coastal tribes share tactics and resources to bring fossil fuel transport to a halt.
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"Cities in Cascadia can embrace tiny living as one small piece of our housing future."
Bringing rogue housing in from the cold.
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Plan to boost affordable housing in Seattle requires a masterful balancing act.
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This popular Sightline article highlights ten ways that cities all over the world are redefining urban transportation on two wheels.
Ten lessons from the great cycling cities.
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A proposed liquefied natural gas plant in Tacoma, WA, would defy numerous safety regulations. #LNG
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“That single-family teardown that has turned into a McMansion walking distance to light rail today is a hundred-year lost opportunity."
Seattle residents address the city's growth plan.
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"I don’t think any of us are fighting for more housing because the data say so. We are doing it because we are passionate about a better future."
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Report: How coal companies have been reaping windfalls from underpriced coal dug out of public lands.
Coal exports can mean big profits—so why does the federal government sell coal for so little?
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"The coal industry’s vision of a robust export market turned out to be a mirage."
Bankrupt coal giant walks away from a $60 million investment in coal exports.
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Grays Harbor oil terminal proposal would threaten local fishing and tourism. Our new report exposes the company's troubled history.
A new Sightline report exposes the company’s troubled history.
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Video: “They taught us never to forget where we come from. Treaty rights aren’t for sale. Being on the water is medicine.” - Cheryl Sanders, Lummi Nation vice chairwoman
Exclusive video: Their long battle bet big on treaty promises to defend their waters—and their culture.
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An independent, nonprofit think tank working to make the Northwest a global model of sustainability—strong communities, a green economy, and a healthy environment.
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We envision in the Pacific Northwest an economy and way of life that are environmentally sound, economically vibrant, and socially just. We believe that if northwesterners succeed at reconciling themselves with the natural heritage of this place—the greenest part of history’s richest civilization—we can set an example for the world.

Sightline equips the Northwest’s citizens and decision-makers with the policy research and practical tools they need to advance long-term solutions to our region’s most significant challenges. Our work includes in-depth research, commentary, and analysis, delivered online, by email, and in-person to Northwest policy champions. Find out more about our accomplishments, read our latest work, and get our latest research by email and social.

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