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Agricultural land preservation, purchase of land development rights as option for environmental mitigation of transportation projects: HB 1660
Air operating permits, SEPA exemptions: HB 1253, HB 1584
Biodiversity council, extending the: SB 6554, SSB 6554
Bisphenol A in products, prohibition: 2SHB 1180, SB 6248, * SSB 6248, CH 140 (2010)
Bisphenol A in products, prohibition and alternatives: HB 1180, SHB 1180, SB 5282
Bisphenol A in products, prohibitions, violations, and penalties: SSB 5282
California condor and other vulnerable wildlife, protection from lead poisoning: SB 5095
Cleaning in state facilities, reducing environmental impact: HB 1168, HB 2818, SHB 2818
Climate change accountability act, provisions: HB 2772
Climate leadership, reducing greenhouse gas emissions and energy consumption by state government: SB 5560, SSB 5560, * E2SSB 5560, CH 519 (2009) PV
Energy efficient home, definition: SB 6244, ESSB 6244
Environmental and land use hearings boards, timelines for filing appeals with: HB 2935, * SHB 2935, CH 210 (2010), SB 6422, SSB 6422
Environmental and land use hearings office to consist of pollution control, shorelines, and growth management hearings boards: HB 2935, * SHB 2935, CH 210 (2010), SB 6422, SSB 6422
Environmental cleanup opportunity grant program and account, higher education coordinating board to award conditional scholarships: HB 1594
Environmental hearings office, renaming as environmental and land use hearings office: HB 2935, * SHB 2935, CH 210 (2010), SB 6422, SSB 6422
Environmental impact statements, effect of teleworking option for transportation projects: SB 5090
Forest products industry, maximizing ecosystem services of forestry through promotion of economic success of: HB 2541, SB 6256
Green buildings, appraisal of: SB 6635
Green home, definition: SB 6244, ESSB 6244
Green jobs, provisions of evergreen jobs act: HB 2227, SHB 2227
Green jobs, provisions of evergreen jobs act, including evergreen jobs initiative and training account: * E2SHB 2227, CH 536 (2009) PV
Greenhouse gas emissions reduction, land use and transportation requirements: HB 1490, SHB 1490, SB 5687, SSB 5687, 2SSB 5687
Greenhouse gas emissions reduction, overseeing climate change expenditures through climate change accountability act: HB 2772
Greenhouse gas emissions, department of ecology adoption of rules requiring the reporting of: HB 2545, SHB 2545, SB 6373, * SSB 6373, CH 146 (2010)
Greenhouse gas emissions, efforts to reduce to be funded by auctioning of emissions allowances as part of a cap and trade program: HB 1819, SB 5735
Greenhouse gas emissions, eliminating duplication in federal and state greenhouse gas reporting requirements: HB 2653
Greenhouse gas emissions, multisector emissions reduction program including emissions caps and offset credits: E2SSB 5735
Greenhouse gas emissions, reducing through regional or federal cap-and-trade program: SHB 1819, 2SHB 1819
Greenhouse gas emissions, voluntary statewide annual emissions targets and reduction registry and voluntary offset credits: SSB 5735
Greenhouse gases, comprehensive plan for reducing: HB 1718
Habitat of threatened or endangered species, process for transfer or sale of conservation easement of private forest land containing: * 2SHB 1484, CH 354 (2009) PV
Habitat of threatened or endangered species, program for purchase as part of riparian open space program: HB 1484, SHB 1484, SB 5401, * SSB 5401, CH 246 (2009)
Habitat of threatened or endangered species, replacement of state forest lands with endangered species-based encumbrances with productive, working forest lands: * 2SHB 1484, CH 354 (2009) PV
High-density urban development, encouraging development to further goals of growth management act, public transit, and greenhouse gas reduction: HB 2538, * ESHB 2538, CH 153 (2010), SB 6720
Hydraulic project approval process, department of fish and wildlife to implement permit streamlining measures for: SSB 6448
Hydraulic project approval process, department of fish and wildlife to provide an alternative to: HB 3037, SB 6448
Hydraulic project approval process, elimination of: HB 2597
Hydraulic project approval requirements, penalties for violations: HB 1178
Impact fees, exempting low-income housing from: HB 2566, SHB 2566
Integrated climate change response strategy, department of ecology to coordinate with agencies and other groups: * E2SSB 5560, CH 519 (2009) PV
Interjurisdictional funding of environmental projects through interjurisdictional bonds to be repaid by allocating shared responsibility: SB 5334
Lead-based paint activities program, including renovation activities as defined by the environmental protection agency: HB 2745, * SHB 2745, CH 158 (2010)
Marine ecosystem, protection against petroleum extraction risks: HB 1100
Mercury-containing lights, establishment of product stewardship recycling programs with producer participation: HB 1469, SHB 1469, 2SHB 1469, HB 2914, SHB 2914, SB 5543, * ESSB 5543, CH 130 (2010)
Mercury-containing lights, mandatory recycling of: * ESSB 5543, CH 130 (2010)
Mukilteo, city's commitment to environmental sustainability: * HR 4673 (2010)
Office of regulatory assistance, procedures for improving function of environmental and business regulatory processes: SB 5748
Office of regulatory assistance, program for improving function of environmental and business regulatory processes: HB 1730, * SHB 1730, CH 97 (2009), SSB 5748
Oil and gas, leasing of ocean coastline for exploration and production: HB 1100
Phosphorus-containing turf fertilizer, restrictions on use to protect lake water quality: HB 1636, HB 2744, SHB 2744, SB 5503, SB 6289
Phosphorus-containing turf fertilizer, restrictions on use to protect water quality: ESSB 6289
Plants, impacts of projects when certain species identified by natural heritage program are present: HB 1136
Projects of statewide significance, qualifications for designation to include environmental benefit: SB 5473, * ESSB 5473, CH 421 (2009)
Puget Sound partnership leadership council, powers and duties of: HB 2685
Reclaimed water use, permitting requirements and violations and penalties: HB 1482, SHB 1482, SB 5504, * SSB 5504, CH 456 (2009)
Refrigerants in motor vehicle air conditioning equipment, use of safe alternative refrigerant authorized: HB 1984, * SHB 1984, CH 256 (2009)
State environmental policy act review by the department of ecology: SB 5966
State environmental policy, creating a cause of action for persons adversely affected by judicial review of decision under SEPA: HB 2500
State environmental policy, incorporating human health analysis into environmental review: HB 1891
State environmental policy, proposals for actions and cumulative impacts to be examined in impact statements for legislation and other agency actions: ESB 6762
Tax incentives, various environmental: SB 6170, * ESSB 6170, CH 469 (2009)
Terrorism, crime of animal or ecological terrorism resulting in bodily harm: SB 6566
Tree canopies in large cities, consideration of impact of governmental actions on: HB 2083
Water discharge fees, changes: HB 1413, * SHB 1413, CH 249 (2009), SB 5430, SSB 5430, SB 6257
Workforce training, state comprehensive plan for 2008-2018 to include emphasis on the green economy: * SSCR 8404 (2009)
Yukon to Yellowstone Rocky mountain ecosystem management: SB 5064