Climate Change in Washington
We have released an updated version of the state’s first-ever rule that caps and reduces carbon pollution. Carbon pollution from fossil fuels has reached rampant levels and is trapping heat around the planet, which is changing our climate.
The Clean Air Rule would cap and reduce carbon pollution to help slow climate change and limit the effects and damage to our state's coastal communities, agricultural industries, and drinking water supplies. Learn more about rule >
A new report from the Climate Impacts Group, State of Knowledge: Climate Change in Puget Sound, provides a comprehensive synthesis of relevant research on the likely effects of climate change on the Puget Sound region. Read the report >
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