Sightline Institute


Sightline Institute is a not-for-profit research and communication center --a think tank--based in Seattle.  Founded in 1993 by Alan Durning, Sightline's mission is to bring about sustainability, a healthy, lasting prosperity grounded in place.  Sightline's focus is Cascadia, or the Pacific Northwest.  It's a slow-motion revolution, but it's happening.  Since 1993, Sightline has equipped northwesterners with the research and tools they need to make progress on a range of solutions, from creating a fair, efficient system for slashing global warming pollution to banning toxic chemicals that have shown up in our food and our bodies to defeating ruinous land-use ballot measures across the Northwest in 2006 and 2007.  Sightline's Cascadia Scorecard is a pioneering attempt to assess life in the Pacific Northwest across a variety of measures yearly.  Whether you live in Cascadia or not, Sightline provides a model for grounding sustainability in place.

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