Project Manager, Agriculture Center of Excellence
Walla Walla Community College
All branches of state and federal government make it their policy to prioritize addressing climate change as the pathway to grow the renewable energy economy, create substantial living wage career opportunities, improve air and water quality for present and future generations, and improve the health of all citizens.
Complex Grants Specialist
University of Washington School of Environmental and Forest Sciences
As my good friend Kermit once said, “It ain’t easy being green.” My wish for the environment for 2016: that it gets a little easier.
Professor of Forest Biotechnology – Department of Forest Ecosystems and Society
Oregon State University
That labels and slogans about the environment move toward accurately providing reliable information about impacts and benefits, vs. the misleading half-truths and white lies that just promote some brands over others (and that seem to dominate today), confusing and frustrating the public.
Biofuels and Bioproducts Laboratory
University of Washington
My wish for the environment for 2016 is to finally have bio-based chemicals become reality!
Extension Coordinator, AHB
Washington State University Extension
My wish for 2016 (and beyond) is that we can act as a global community to address climate change. I’m very hopeful this will be the year we can commit to meaningful targets for greenhouse gas reductions.