Tackling climate change is a priority for us and we're working hard to protect fish, farms, and waters from the damage that rising temperatures and shifting precipitation patterns will cause in Washington. Excess carbon dioxide and a changing climate are causing wide-ranging impacts.
Protecting the state's fish, farms, and communities from the impacts of climate change is a priority for us. However, taking meaningful steps toward addressing climate change must be a collaborative effort that also includes cities, counties, private businesses, and organizations. Through teamwork, we can meet the challenges that a changing climate presents and find solutions to counter the impacts.