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Big Cascadia climate action ideas, meet small business

Asking the uncomfortable ‘What’s in it for me?’ question

Participants chat during a networking reception at the Cascadia 2050 Vision: Moving to Climate Action conference at Semiahmoo Resort on Sept. 12. A key part of the event was a new report highlighting public-private partnerships.
Participants chat during a networking reception at the Cascadia 2050 Vision: Moving to Climate Action conference at Semiahmoo Resort on Sept. 12. A key part of the event was a new report highlighting public-private partnerships. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Frank Catalano CDN Business Contributor
Pave the way, or bulldoze it? Climate change affects every business and its workers, either directly
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