Sightline Institute is an independent, not-for-profit research and communication center based in Seattle. Founded in 1993 by Alan Durning, NEW works to promote an environmentally sound economy and way of life in the Pacific Northwest, also called Cascadia–a bioregion that includes Washington, Oregon, Idaho, British Columbia, and adjoining parts of Alaska, Montana, and California. NEW’s research focuses on two efforts. The first is to monitor the Northwest’s progress toward an environmentally sound economy and way of life. NEW’s second research program focuses on identifying the most important solutions for the region to improve its quality of life.
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Seattle, WA 98101