Sightline Institute is available to help the media in any way we can. Our researchers and communications team can provide commentary, interviews, story ideas, background information, or serve as expert sources. We work on a range of topics in the northwest, from climate policy and energy use to population and human health. If we can’t comment on an issue ourselves, chances are we know someone who can.

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Media Contacts:

Ed Guzman, Senior Communications Manager
206-447-1880 x 111, ed [at] sightline [dot] org

Keiko Budech, Senior Communications Associate
206-447-1880 x 114, keiko [at] sightline [dot] org

Experts:

Clark Williams-Derry, Director of Energy Finance
Expertise: Coal Finance, Land Use & Transportation

Eric de Place, Policy Director
Expertise: Climate Policy, Coal Exports, Oil Trains

Anna Fahey, Senior Communications Strategist
Expertise: Climate Change Messaging

Kristin Eberhard, Senior Researcher
Expertise: Climate Policy, Carbon Pricing, Governance

Dan Bertolet, Senior Researcher
Expertise: Housing, Urban Planning, Urbanism

Alan Durning, Executive Director
Expertise: Climate Policy, Housing and Parking Regulations, Democracy Reform

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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