Thank you for your participation in the ESAP Online Open House!

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Thank you for your participation in the Online Open House

Thank you for your participation in the Environmental Sustainability Action Plan Online Open House. More than 450 community members visited the site to learn more about the Plan and you left more than 350 comments to help enhance the final document. Our Staff will present a summary of the Online Open House feedback to Council during the Study Session on August 11 and receive direction on next steps.

Thank you for your participation in the Environmental Sustainability Action Plan Online Open House. More than 450 community members visited the site to learn more about the Plan and you left more than 350 comments to help enhance the final document. Our Staff will present a summary of the Online Open House feedback to Council during the Study Session on August 11 and receive direction on next steps.

  • Online Open House Launches

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    30 days ago

    The draft Environmental Sustainability Action Plan Online Open House is officially live. Click here to share your thoughts and ask questions.


  • UW summarizes Washington climate impact on water

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    6 months ago

    Climate change is affecting water systems in Washington, and with nearly 70 percent of the state’s population living near the coastline, it will likely affect life in the state in the coming decades.

  • How will the U.S. and Puget Sound respond to climate refugees?

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    8 months ago

    Business as usual has been harder borders, are there other ways to address climate migration?


  • Redmond council adopts community strategic plan

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    8 months ago

    The City of Redmond has adopted a new community strategic plan with environmental sustainability as one of the key tenets.

  • King County Wants to Boost Composting Market

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    9 months ago

    In 2018, around one-third of material sent to regional landfill could have been composted.


  • Redmond Mayor Candidates Focus on Key Issue: Climate Change

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    9 months ago

    The candidates for Redmond mayor have lists of top issues common throughout the region, like housing, growth, transportation. But the two are also focusing on an issue that’s not as often brought up at the local level: climate change.


  • Sustainability in action at LWSD

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    9 months ago

    The Lake Washington School District (LWSD) has been named a 2019 U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon School District Sustainability Award recipient.


  • Eastside Residents Protest Climate Change

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    9 months ago

    Students and residents from across the Eastside gather to protest climate change as a part of the 2019 Climate Strike.