2015 Media Coverage

This page contains a listing of news items featuring Puget Sound Sage.

Climate 'Backup Plan' Backs Up in Face of Backup-Backup Plan
Seattle Weekly - December 23, 2015

Seattle City Council: Let Uber and Lyft drivers unionize
Crosscut - December 14, 2015

Seattle Passes Law Allowing Uber Drivers To Unionize
Huffington Post - December 14, 2015

Mayor and Local Leaders Issue Statement on Adoption of Historic Paris Climate Agreement
Office of the Mayor - December 13, 2015

Bringing Paris Home
Huffington Post - December 10, 2015

"Seattle Is America's Income Inequality Problem on Steroids"
The Stranger - December 8, 2015

Does Seattle's Budget Do Enough for Equity?
Next City - October 29, 2015

Race, Politics, and Washington's Climate-Change Schism
Seattle Weekly - October 27, 2015

Model for Success: Raise Minimum Wage
Reclaim the American Dream - October 26, 2015

The Clock Is Ticking on Seattle's Affordable Housing Solution
Next City - October 26, 2015

Let’s Move Seattle: 10 Reasons People Are Voting Yes
Seattle Met - October 12, 2015  

Should Seattle voters approve Prop. 1 (Let's Move Seattle)?
The Seattle Times - October 10, 2015

Opinion: Wal-Mart is too powerful
The Daily Reveille - October 6, 2015

Unions and Climate Justice Groups Team Up to Put a Climate Initiative on the Ballot Next Year
The Stranger - October 6, 2015

In Georgetown, the Housing Is Affordable and the Air Unbreathable
Seattle Weekly - September 29, 2015

Climate Justice coalition links poverty with environment woes
The Seattle Globalist - August 28, 2015

Hotel workers union denounces $500,000 Green Card
Seattle Globalist - August 27, 2015

Wash. State can lead on global warming and clean energy
The Seattle Times - August 10, 2015

HALA's Grand Bargain is Key to an Equitable and Sustainable Seattle
Seattle Met - August 3, 2015

Union wants convention-center boost to help hotel workers too
The Seattle Times - August 1, 2015

The state has made a substantial investment for affordable housing
The Seattle Times - July 23, 2015

Segregation by Design?
PubiCola - July 20, 2015

Fair Work Center helps workers muddle through new labor standards
Real Change - July 8, 2015

Communities of color say Carbon Washington's Initiative 732 confuses equity with treating everyone the same
Real Change - July 8, 2015

Like the Pope says, climate change in Seattle will impact the poor most
The Seattle Globalist - June 27, 2015

How Seattle's Poor Are Most Affected by Climate Change
Seattle Weekly - June 19, 2015

Guest Opinion: Carbon initiative not a good deal for poor
Crosscut - June 15, 2015

Solution to soaring rents tougher than $15 wage, city officials find
The Seattle Times - June 8, 2015

Climate change: Groups launch community research on inequity
International Examiner - June 3, 2015

Holden gets Puget Sound union leadership award
Machinists News - June 2, 2015

Bothell man receives Puget Sound union leadership award
Bothell/Kenmore Reporter - June 2, 2015

Do Light Rail and Gentrification Go Hand in Hand?
Seattle Weekly - May 11, 2015

Our climate movement now: from opposition to opportunity
Climate Solutions Blog - May 8, 2015

Fight for $15 minimum wage takes off at Museum of Flight
KIRO 7 News - May 7, 2015

City wants even larger transportation levy: $930 million
The Seattle Times - May 6, 2015

How Raising The Minimum Wage To $15 Changed These Workers' Lives
Huffington Post - April 23, 2015

The Staff of The Stranger Argues About Restaurants Going Tipless
The Stranger - April 22, 2015

The Morning News: Three Restaurants Abolish Tips
The Stranger - April 22, 2015

The 15 Under 30: Jenn Hagedorn
South Seattle Emerald - April 15, 2015

How a Win for Unions Can Be a Win for Everyone
Next City - April 13, 2015

A Linkage Fee for an Affordable and Just Seattle
Seattle Met - March 27, 2015

Judge Rejects $15 Injunction for Franchisees
PubliCola - March 18, 2015

PubliCalendar: A Look at Some of Washington's Climate Change Proposals
PubliCola - March 16, 2015

Column: Legislative ‘Poison Pill’ seeks to keep our air dirty and eliminate state transit funding
International Examiner - March 2, 2015

Parking Bill Aims to Offset Light-Rail-Fueled Gentrification in Seattle
Next City - March 2, 2015

Seattle Priority Hire law to increase access to living wage jobs for people of color
International Examiner - January 22, 2015

Putting a Price on Climate Pollution in Washington State
Climate Solutions YouTube Channel - January 21, 2015

Seattle unanimously passes Priority Hire law
Seattle Globalist - January 20, 2015

The 15 People Who Should Really Run Seattle
Seattle Met - January 5, 2015

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