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Environmental Sustainability 

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Preserving the natural assets of our community and balancing the many interests of a rapidly growing region will allow growth to both nurture the environment and promote economic vitality.

 

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tactics for giving to support environmental sustainability
  • Support campaigns highlighting connections between the region’s environmental health, transportation and land-use planning
  • Support programs addressing transportation and land-use planning as a regional approach
  • Support organizations working on research, data gathering and community education around climate change policy
The Seattle Foundation evaluated organization
The Puget Sound region's population is expected to double to 10 million- the size of about 15 present-day Seattles- by 2100.
Success Story
Coalition Connects Transportation, Health and Climate Change Issues
Transportation Choices Coalition brings citizens, businesses and public agencies together to help improve Washington’s transportation system to meet the state’s growing needs. The coalition educates the public on transportation issues, policies, and projects and makes the connections between transportation, health and climate change.
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Sightline Institute
Sightline Institute, Cascadia's sustainability think tank, provides research and tools to help create a healthy, lasting prosperity in the Northwest.
Social and Health Indicators Across King County
The Communities Count Partnership is committed to improving community health and well-being through information advocacy—providing accurate and timely reports on conditions that matter to King County residents.
Cascadia Scorecard
The Cascadia Scorecard is the Pacific Northwest's sustainability report card. It tracks seven trends that are crucial to the region's future: health, economy, population, energy, sprawl, wildlife, and pollution.
The Washington Climate Change Impacts Assessment
An assessment of climate change impacts on Washington state through the development of updated climate change scenarios for Washington state and assessment of the impacts of climate change across sectors.
Making Sustainability Legal
Sightline Institute's "Making Sustainability Legal" project is working to remove outdated rules that stop affordable, green solutions.

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