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 >
Whatcom County is a hallmark example of what happens when communities rally together to support environmental champions who will make real the policies that will usher in transformative change.
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.
Nearly 60% of Washington voters support a plan to remove the lower Snake River dams to prevent salmon extinction that also includes investments in clean energy, transportation for farm products, and irrigation.
Addressing the climate crisis means everyone must be a collective part of the solution. Today, WEC has voluntarily recognized the Evergreen Workers Union.
**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 >
This year, we are changing structures and practices within the WCV endorsement process that run contrary to our values of fighting for environmental and racial justice.
By working together on real solutions that work for everyone, we can overcome the growing climate crisis and build a more resilient sustainable future for all of us.
Meet our new CEO!
Responding in this time of uncertainty. Here’s an update from WCV, and some resources and support.