Today as our nation celebrates President’s Day, we are keenly aware that the current administration in the White House actively denies the important issue of climate change and blocks critical progress to reduce carbon pollution. Because of this, the need for local and state-level action couldn’t be higher. This year, we have a real chance …

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On December 4, Puget Soundkeeper and Snohomish County filed a consent decree resolving a Clean Water Act case about the county’s management of polluted stormwater runoff.

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Cargill Animal Nutrition and plaintiffs Puget Soundkeeper Alliance and RE Sources for Sustainable Communities have successfully negotiated and settled a Clean Water Act case over industrial discharges of polluted stormwater runoff at the company’s Ferndale facility.  

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In a joint project, Puget Soundkeeper and Washington Environmental Council have released Nature’s Scorecard, a tool to keep cities and counties in the Puget Sound region accountable for holistic health and water quality planning.

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