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Governor Inslee's Battle with Climate Change - Net Zero Will Affect You and Your Family Part 4

Part 4

By David Boleneus

Our State Colliding with Climate Insanity? 

5.0 POLITICIANS SPEAK

5.1 To Protect “Eight emerging markets" from Climate — India, China, Indonesia, Kenya, South Africa, UAE, Nigeria, and South Africa [South Africa repeated] — will together need $94.8 trillion in transition finance from developed markets if they are to meet PARIS climate goals. “India will need investments worth $12.4 trillion, nearly half of U.S. GDP, from developed nations to help its economy transition to net-zero carbon emissions by 2060, according to Standard Chartered Plc.”

Governor Inslee's Battle with Climate Change - Net Zero Will Affect You and Your Family

CAPR Thanks Guest writer David Boleneus for his in depth analysis of Renewable and Net Zero Electric Grid Sources in this 4 part article.

Part 1

OUR STATE COLLIDING WITH CLIMATE INSANITY – HIGHLIGHTS

HOW WILL CONTINUING ON GOV. INSLEE'S PLAN TO GO ALL RENEWABLE, or NET ZERO AFFECT YOU, YOUR FAMILY? -- THE GOVERNOR PLANS to do BATTLE with CLIMATE CHANGE

WHAT IS NET ZERO? Net Zero is living without emissions from fossil fuels, gas, diesel, coal natural gas. Living without emissions is good, but no one wants electricity blackouts from wind.

Glen Morgan Discovers What Davina Duerr Really Thinks!

Ever wonder what some legislators really think about planning?  Watch as Davina Duerr discusses local control in planning and what matters to her.  Funny thing the will of local citizens is not even considered or mentioned.  If you listen long enough, some legislators will tell the truth.

You can view this video and many others by Glen Morgan at We The Governed.

CAPR Legislative Update 2/23/22, 3 Bills Weaponize the GMA!

 

We still have to fight 3 bills we fought and won the fight last session, let's make sure legislators hear our objections again!  These bills weaponize the Growth Management Act!

 

Comment links provided, you can also call the legislative hotline!

800 562 6000

 

1099 

Improving the state's climate response through updates to the state's comprehensive planning framework.

 

Comment on this bill!

CAPR Legislative Update for Week Ending 2/5/22, Bill Status

CAPR Legislative Update for Week Ending 2/5/22  Cut-off and bill status information

Thank you CAPR members and friends for your help in testimony and comments!

We provided testimony against bad legislation and won some important battles!

For bills still in play things can change fast due to cut-off dates and fiscal or transportation status, here is why:

The first cut-off day was February 3, Last day to read in committee reports (pass bills out of committee and read them into the record on the floor) in house of origin, except House fiscal committees and Senate Ways & Means and Transportation committees.

CAPR Bills of Special Concern 1/31/22 through 2/4/22 legislative week

CAPR is working on opposing these bills this legislative week.  Links provided to the bills to show their status, text, and link to comments.  Please do not think if you missed a hearing date or time that you cannot fight a bill, it is never too late to fight.  You can always call or email any legislature, including your own or bill sponsors, with your opinion, opposition, or support of a bill.  Every voice helps inform our legislators!

1099 Improving the state's climate response through updates to the state's comprehensive planning framework.

Opposing and Rejecting the Concepts of SB 5909 Concerning legislative oversight of gubernatorial powers concerning emergency proclamations and unanticipated receipts.

SB 5909 Concerning legislative oversight of gubernatorial powers concerning emergency proclamations and unanticipated receipts.

This inadequate bill will have a hearing on Jan 28 Scheduled for public hearing in the Senate Committee on State Government & Elections at 10:30 AM (Subject to change)

You can send an email to the committee members, and you can testify or comment on this bill.  This bill does not solve the problem of extended ememgency proclamation, but rather condones what we have experienced for two years.  

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