Started on staff: 2014
B.A., magna cum laude, Wake Forest University
As an advocate with Environment Washington, Pam develops and runs campaigns to protect Washington’s environment. Pam has worked on issues ranging from wildlife restoration, clean energy and climate solutions, plastic pollution, and clean water. Pam’s organizing has helped reduce kid’s exposure to lead in drinking water in Washington public schools, ban polystyrene foam packaging peanuts and food containers statewide, and win advances in clean building energy standards to advance climate solutions. Pam lives in Steilacoom, Washington, where she enjoys recreating on Puget Sound, skiing and hiking all year, and gardening.
Posts by Pam Clough
Heat Pumping It Up in Olympia
Join us on Make A Difference Day for a Community Clean-Up near you!
New analysis: Washington among national leaders for electric vehicle charging and adoption, but room to grow in renewable energy adoption
Interactive dashboard allows users to explore clean energy growth in Washington and nation over past decade