Sightline in the News

Recent Press Releases

  • New Interactive Map & Report: Coal, Oil, & Gas Schemes in the Pacific Northwest

    Sightline Institute publishes a comprehensive overview of fossil fuel designs on Cascadia.
    June 20, 2017

    Contact: Eric de Place, [email protected], 206-447-1880 x105 The Lower Columbia River region is more threatened by fossil fuel development schemes than any other place in the Northwest, according to a new report from Sightline Institute that ranks locations throughout the region on their vulnerability to these developments. The report, “Northwest Targets,” provides risk assessments for […]

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  • Seattle Children Zoned Out of High-Quality Classrooms

    Loosening single-family zoning restrictions could help dismantle structural school segregation across the city.
    May 19, 2017

    Contact:         Serena Larkin, [email protected], 206-447-1880 x111 Seattle Children Zoned Out of High-Quality Classrooms Loosening single-family zoning restrictions could help dismantle structural school segregation across the city. Single-family zoning rules in Seattle restrict fully 72 percent of land in the attendance areas of the city’s 13 top-rated, non-option, public elementary schools. That’s according to new research from […]

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  • Maps: The 20 LNG Proposals Vying for BC’s Shores

    A new Sightline report details the potential for liquefied natural gas to take hold in British Columbia.
    March 8, 2017

    For immediate release: March 8, 2017 Contact:          Tarika Powell, [email protected], 206-447-1880 x109 Even as BC’s LNG ‘gold rush’ goes bust, these 20 proposed projects still want in New report maps the would-be LNG exporters lured by the province’s promises of support. Over the past several years, British Columbia has seen an onslaught of proposals for […]

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