Urge your legislators to be climate champions:
Vote YES on HB 1099
From wildfires and drought to flooding and sea-level rise, we know that we need to take action in the next 10 years to secure a climate-resilient future for Washingtonians from Aberdeen to Walla Walla and the many rural towns and big cities we are proud to call home. But right now, Washington’s communities aren’t planning adequately for climate change.
Soon, the House of Representatives will vote on HB 1099. By passing this bill, state legislators can ensure that our cities reduce greenhouse gas emissions from transportation, and protect communities and natural resources from the accelerating impacts of a changing climate.
This year, the Central Puget Sound counties — King, Pierce, Snohomish, and Kitsap — kick off their next comprehensive planning updates, which lock in plans for the next 8 years. If we don’t pass HB 1099 this year, we will lose another decade to plan for a climate-resilient future. The science couldn’t be clearer: that’s a decade we can’t afford to waste.
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