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The state Senate backs a study of nuclear power generation as a possible way to deal with global warming.READ MORE 13 COMMENTS
The Republican-dominated Senate and the Democratic House agree there is a need for action. But they differ on strategies.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
A bipartisan effort could lead to a request for stricter federal regulation of oil trains.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
The Senate Energy Committee unanimously approved a task force that will study whether the state should add more nuclear-generated power to its energy mix.READ MORE 6 COMMENTS
So you think you're sustainable, Washington? Just wait until parent-teacher conferences.READ MORE 19 COMMENTS
Guest Opinion: The public and regulators need to take a closer look at Washington's growing fossil-fuel threats.READ MORE 6 COMMENTS
An EPA listening session last week was just a precursor to rules expected to emerge next year that would regulate coal-fired power plants.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
The utility says it's a leader in clean energy, but some want it to kick the coal habit quickly.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
Conservative lawmakers and others are urging an audit of the results of ordering utilities to use more alternative power sources.READ MORE 20 COMMENTS
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Guest Opinion: They may be retiring from their positions at Seattle Public Utilities, but the work of Al Dietemann and Carl Woestwin will live on.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
The easiest, cheapest, most ecologically sound options involve working together to use less water, rather than fighting to grab more.READ MORE 4 COMMENTS
Dry summers and threatened salmon compelled Seattleites to wake up and start saving water.READ MORE 4 COMMENTS
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