McKenna, Inslee take different approaches with green energy - Elections - The Olympian - Olympia, Washington
Lying under a tree one unseasonably warm and dry March day, Jay Inslee writes, he realized why more people hadn’t woken up to the danger of a changing climate.Jay Inslee - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
“As I luxuriated in the sun, it was easy to see why there is a siren quality to the warming we see around us,” Inslee wrote in the 2008 book he co-authored, “Apollo’s Fire.” “… There is a chance that the same solar lust that drives us to the beach drives us away from facing the threat of global warming.”
He announced his candidacy for Governor of Washington on June 27, 2011, and he resigned from Congress on March 20, 2012, in order to focus on his campaign for Governor.Flashback: Congressman Jay Inslee on energy policy, 'global weirding' | jennifer-zajac-62957
When asked about the recent snowstorms that have slammed the East Coast, Inslee said they are an example of the increase in number and intensity of storms as a result of climate change and agrees with New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman that it should be referred to as "global weirding."Flashback: Twitter / climatebrad: Inslee: The oil slick is the ...
Inslee: The oil slick is the least of our problems with oil -- there's an invisible oil slick around the world of greenhouse pollution