A Call for Nominations Green innovation

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Philip Skoog

Sep 21, 2022, 5:43:59 PMSep 21
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From: Clean & Prosperous Washington <in...@cleanprosperouswa.com>
Date: September 21, 2022 at 2:12:09 PM PDT
To: Philip Skoog <psk...@gmail.com>
Subject: Call for Nominations
Reply-To: in...@cleanprosperouswa.com

Clean & Prosperous Washington

Call for Nominations

Governor Jay Inslee presented the first annual David & Patricia Giuliani Clean Energy Entrepreneur Award to Kenworth Truck Company in April. The next award will be presented at our upcoming Future of Carbon Policy Forum, and nominations are now open.

The award, named after our organization’s founder and his wife, recognizes meaningful advances in clean energy innovation. With so much clean energy innovation in Washington state, this year’s winner will earn significant bragging rights.


Is your company – or another that you admire – bringing forward new ideas to accelerate our transition to a clean economy? If so, please fill out the nomination form here

We welcome nominations for large companies and small businesses, iconic establishments and fledgling start-ups, in any sector whether power, transportation, agriculture, maritime, manufacturing, software… you name it. Criteria includes:

  • Doing business in Washington state
  • Measurable reduction of greenhouse gasses and criteria pollutants
  • Positive impact on overburdened communities
  • Innovation that leads sector-wide change
  • Job creation

Feel free to share the nomination form. The deadline for submissions is November 19th.


Know someone who’d be interested in keeping up with climate action in the Evergreen State? Please forward this newsletter and suggest they subscribe with this link.

Stay up to date with what’s being done to implement the Climate Commitment Act. Click HERE to read the Department of Ecology’s monthly blog series, "Meaningful Momentum," which provides regular updates on various aspects of this effort.

The Department of Ecology opened public comment on a new initiative to improve air quality in communities overburdened by air pollution, seeking input from communities, organizations, environmental justice advocates, Tribal Governments, and the general public. To register for an upcoming public comment session and to learn more about the multiple ways you can participate, please visit: www.ecology.wa.gov/overburdened. Public comment period ends Friday, Nov. 4.

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Clean & Prosperous Washington
2937 54th Ave SE, #A  | Tumwater, Washington 98512
206-441-5101 | in...@cleanprosperouswa.com

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