Washington Voters in the 2022 General Election Sent a Clear Message: Keep Our Majority, Go Bigger and Bolder in 2023

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*** FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ***NOVEMBER 8, 2022 MEDIA CONTACTS: Zachary Pullin, Washington Conservation Voters, 206-639-3760   Washington Voters in the 2022 General Election Sent a Clear Message: Keep Our Majority, Go Bigger and Bolder in 2023 Strong showing for maintaining an environmental majority, and human rights WASHINGTON STATE: Nov 9–Last night, we learned that voters… More >

Voting Process: What to expect post-election FAQ:

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Hand placing ballot in dropbox. Photo credit KOMO News

The right to vote is the foundation of a healthy democracy, and a critical way to make sure eligible voters can make their voice heard for a healthy, livable, & equitable future. Democracy begins at the state & local level. The vast majority of Americans support bold climate action—but w/o protecting the freedom to vote… More >

Rep. Davina Duerr, WCV’s 2022 Legislator of the Year

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Each year, Washington Conservation Voters names a Legislator of the Year: a legislator who showed up as an environmental champion by going above and beyond during the most recent legislative session. This year, WCV is honored to announce Representative Davina Duerr of the 1st Legislative District as WCV’s 2022 Legislator of the Year!   We… More >

Today is Indigenous Peoples’ Day

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We invite you to join us in setting the intention to show gratitude, humility, and solidarity in standing with Indigenous peoples across our state throughout the year and through our lives. 

Victory Over Massive Fracked Gas Refinery

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**FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE** JUNE 11, 2021 Amidst strong opposition and legal defeats, developers end pursuit of world’s largest fracked gas-to-methanol refinery   KALAMA, WA — In a stunning climate victory, Northwest Innovation Works (NWIW), backers of acontroversial fossil fuel processing and export proposal in Kalama, Wash., officially abandoned its fracked gas refinery and pipeline proposal,… More >