Top left: A Lime employee grabs a bike from a van (Grist) Top center: 2018 climate resolutions (Grist) Top right: Climate activist Aji Piper (Grist)
Bottom left: Washington Governor and 2020 "climate candidate" Jay Inslee (Grist) Bottom right: Amazon employees at the 2019 Amazon climate strike walkout (Grist
Left: Washington Gov. Jay Inslee autographs a sign at the Seattle March For Science. Right: Washington Rep. Suzan DelBene writes on a girl's sign at the Seattle March For Science on Saturday, April 22, 2017. Rep. DelBene holds a bachelor's degree in biology, and spent her years before Congress working in the technology and biotech industries.
Left: A crowd cheers as retired Environmental Protection Agency employee Michael Cox asks how many of them support science in the federal government during the Seattle March For Science. Center: A former student hugs Anne Egger, a Central Washington University geology professor who spoke at the Seattle March For Science. Right: A crowd of activists march out of Cal Anderson Park toward Seattle Center during the Seattle March For Science.
Above: A group from Washington's 42nd legislative district protests Sen. Doug Ericksen's absence from the state Senate along Meridian street in Bellingham on Feb. 9, 2017. The group filed a petition calling for state Sen. Doug Ericksen to resign with the Whatcom County Auditor earlier that day. A county court later rejected the petition. Ericksen has been commuting between Olympia and Washington D.C., after President Trump appointed Ericksen to serve as the interim communications director for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. 
Above: Heather Haugland, a co-owner of Peruvian deli Cafe Rumba, dances to Seattle-based Cuban music duo Cubay during the 2015 Viva Cuba festival. 
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