Rep. Mary Dye offers a fresh and different perspective on addressing climate change

Rep. Mary Dye, R-Pomeroy, who serves as ranking Republican on the House Environment and Energy Committee, offers a different perspective on how to reduce atmospheric warming that doesn't punish Washingtonians with higher costs and tax increases. She discusses and defines the issue of urban heat island effect and how it affects water quality and climate warming. She also talks about her legislation that would provide state energy goals to reduce costs of electricity and natural gas.


Washington State House Republican Communications