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What I Do: Environmental specialist

What I Do: Environmental specialist

Establishing open dialogue with internal and external stakeholders is an essential part of Tara Meek’s role at Williams. As an environmental specialist, Meek works closely with government […]

Tracking monarchs on the move

Tracking monarchs on the move

How do you track a butterfly that travels thousands of miles each year migrating between the northern United States and Mexico? If you are part of Project Monarch Watch, you tag them with tiny […]

Out of the gate and into a protected wild space

Out of the gate and into a protected wild space

Anticipation was high when the caravan of horse trailers pulled up to Wild Love Preserve in the high desert of central Idaho. As the horses debarked, echoes of hooves on metal turned to gallops on […]

Clean energy starts today

Clean energy starts today

To meet the world’s growing energy demand while simultaneously addressing the risks of climate change, we must execute practical, immediate solutions. We are proud to share our climate commitment, […]

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Tackling climate change

Despite air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions, coal today continues to supply over one-third of global electricity power generation and is still widely used in the iron and steel industrial […]

Bee-ing a good steward of the environment

Bee-ing a good steward of the environment

Williams always strives to be a good steward of the environment, no matter where we are working or what is buzzing about. Last summer, a project contractor on our North Seattle Lateral project in […]

Stream project benefits Pennsylvania trout

Stream project benefits Pennsylvania trout

When erosion from major flooding threatened wild trout in northeast Pennsylvania, Williams stepped in to work with regulatory agencies to repair and stabilize Billings Mill Brook, a picturesque […]

Green light for new clean energy project

Green light for new clean energy project

A new project to provide clean energy to serve the Mid-Atlantic and Southeastern U.S. has received federal approval to move forward. It is designed to provide enough natural gas to serve the […]

Clean air to breathe for low-income countries

Clean air to breathe for low-income countries

More than 90 percent of the world’s children breathe toxic air every day, according to the World Health Organization. Tragically, many of them die before the age of 15 because of respiratory […]