The Cascadia Scorecard is Sightline’s annual state-of-the region report. Our researchers look at seven trends critical to the long-term health of our region—from energy and economy, to pollution and wildlife. The Scorecard shows how Northwest states and provinces measure up against real-world leaders in human health, smart growth, and more. To find out more about the Scorecard, see the findings in full, and find out how your area compares, visit scorecard.sightline.org.
Posts on Cascadia Scorecard
High prices lead drivers to cut back.
Olympic medals, adjusted for population.
Northwest life expectancy is on the rise - especially in British Columbia.
Forty-somethings are more likely to give births than teens.
The Northwest states spent almost $19 billion on fossil fuels last year.
Reversing a trend, drivers reach for the pump.
New report shows mixed news for iconic NW wildlife.
What happens when wolves and caribou mix? Stay tuned.
Habitat, not hunting, may be the limiting factor.
Local orcas are having a baby boom---but will it last?