the_news_tribune_logoSalmon, water, energy policies should be considered together
by Sara Patton

The News Tribune raised a critical issue in its Aug. 21 editorial, “Snake River dams: Don’t forget the carbon.”
The fact is that Washington citizens working to ensure that wild salmon remain in our rivers are equally committed to a carbon-free energy future. The good news is that we can affordably save salmon and cut climate emissions while creating a wealth of good jobs in both the energy and salmon sectors.

 

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