As Gov. Jay Inslee presses an ambitious carbon-tax plan for Washington state, two of his climate-change policy advisers are drawing attention. One works remotely from Morocco, while the other’s job is funded through a grant by the World Resources Institute.
As Gov. Jay Inslee presses an ambitious carbon-tax plan for Washington state, two of his climate-change policy advisers are drawing attention. One works remotely from Morocco, while the other’s job is funded through a grant by the World Resources Institute. Cliff Owen The Associated Press
As Gov. Jay Inslee presses an ambitious carbon-tax plan for Washington state, two of his climate-change policy advisers are drawing attention. One works remotely from Morocco, while the other’s job is funded through a grant by the World Resources Institute. Cliff Owen The Associated Press

Gov. Inslee’s climate-change advisers draw scrutiny as his national profile rises

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