Per this post from the Washington Environmental Council on 10 Dec 2018:
“So, what does climate action look like? Governor Inslee identified a package of five key policies, and accompanying budget priorities:
- 100% Clean Energy – transitioning our electricity generation system to clean and renewable energy, along with increased investments in energy efficiency and ensuring electricity is affordable for all.
- Clean and Efficient Buildings – cutting greenhouse gas emissions from our buildings (both current and new) and putting Washington on the path to net zero energy use by 2050.
- Clean Fuel Standard – breaking Big Oil’s monopoly on our fuel supply by reducing the carbon intensity of fuels and supporting expanded transportation electrification.
- HFC Super-Pollutants – ensuring that Washington complies with the commonsense restrictions on these potent chemicals that the Trump Administration is attempting to roll back.
- Clean Transportation – advancing a package of policies and budget items that reduce greenhouse gas emissions from our transportation network, including incentivizing and putting in place infrastructure for electrification and requiring cleaner-running vehicles on our roadways.
- Budget – increasing state investments to accelerate and expand clean energy options for consumers and improve the health and efficiency of our homes, schools and workplaces, which account for nearly 30% of carbon pollution in the state.
“We know there will be a lot of bills in play this upcoming session. The Governor has established the goal posts for what real progress looks like on climate – make sure your legislator knows you want action too.”
— source: Rebecca Ponzio, Climate and Fossil Fuel Program Director, Washington Environmental Council, 10 Dec 2018 <firstname.lastname@example.org> email.