Washington

November 7, 2011

SoCal’s Air Quality & Transportation: “We Need to Bring Down the Silo Walls”

Air pollution is recognized as a negative externality resulting from California's transportation infrastructure. But with limited fiscal capacity, how can the state enact the structural changes necessary for protecting the air while improving mobility? Panelists at the Air Quality and Transportation Regional Conference in Los Angeles discuss how to bring leaders to the table to solve this issue.

April 1, 2020

Stay Home, Stay Healthy: Enforcing Social Distancing in Washington State

As the first state in the nation to confirm cases of COVID-19, the course of action taken in Washington by Gov. Inslee served a model and barometer nationwide.

June 28, 2017

Seattle's Management of an Integrated, Equitable Budget & Planning Process Has a Leader

Samuel Assefa, head of Seattle’s Office of Planning & Community Development, shares what he's learned from other cities—and what other cities can learn from Seattle—on producing affordable housing, accommodating growth, and revitalizion for the next generation.

July 26, 2016

CARB’s Mary Nichols on California’s Cap-and-Trade Program & Historic VW Settlement

CARB Chair Mary Nichols updates TPR on the health of California's cap-and-trade program, and comments on the landmark legal settlement with Volkswagen that will fund numerous air quality programs statewide.

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