Mandy Godwin is formerly an emerging journalist fellow at Crosscut.
To capture carbon and jumpstart forest thinning, Methow Valley couple – and Washington taxpayers – bet on biochar.
WA’s first climate assembly sends nearly 150 recommendations to lawmakers
Residents from all over the state begin virtual meetings to decide which climate change solutions to recommend to the Legislature in Olympia.
Here's how we prepare.
The pandemic enters a dangerous new phase, threatening essential workers, holiday plans and more.
A deep dive into data from the Department of Natural Resources reveals some scary trends and surprising finds.
Patience Malaba works with advocates to develop affordable housing that also reduces greenhouse gas emissions.
A fence around state-owned property on Lake Union implies that the city has been paying for exclusive access. It hasn't.
Facing pressure from environmental justice groups, the governor prohibits utilities from cutting off residential water, power and phone service.
How Crosscut was reminded the pandemic isn't the only crisis Seattle's trying to beat.