Sometimes all it takes is a stroke of a pen.
Richard Conlin looks back to the beginnings of Seattle's green energy policies. It all started with the request to fund a nuclear power plant.
Richard Conlin is leading Seattle's effort to eliminate disposable bags. Now the chemical industry is pushing back.
Seattle has become a leader in LEED certified buildings. The City Council played an important part in this achievement.
One big dam or a thousand small projects? City Council President Richard Conlin presents Seattle's water conservation policies.
City Council President Richard Conlin talks about Seattle's green initiatives, promoting vibrant neighborhoods, sustainable community, fighting climate change, and protecting the environment.
This series, co-produced by The Nation magazine and Brave New Foundation, brings together inspiring activists from different movements and generations, to discuss their ideas, ideals, and approaches to changing the world.
Tour the country in a series of town hall events hosted by Laura Flanders and find out what really matters to everyday Americans this election season.