Meet the dogs who identify and protect endangered species.
On the Oregon coast, Rogue Detection Teams recruit four-legged friends to sniff out silverspot larvae.
High in vital nutrients, seaweed could add 10% to the global food supply. One Vancouver Island farm is exploring adding it to the plate.
In writing ‘The Climate Action Handbook,’ the former UW scientist learned about barriers to acting on climate change, and how small mindset shifts can remove them.
Based on Lopez Island, artist and environmentalist Raven Skyriver breathes endangered Salish Sea animals into fragile glass.
Lifelike creations celebrate endangered PNW marine animals.
As climate change reveals the importance of urban trees, residents in a Tacoma neighborhood with sparse canopy coverage are breaking ground themselves.
The National Congress of American Indians president and Quinault citizen spoke about environmental stewardship at the World Economic Forum.
These community centers, powered by green energy, provide resources during extreme weather and double as gathering spaces during calmer times.
The program aims to drop statewide greenhouse-gas emissions 95% by 2050. Will it go according to plan?
A new levee could offer protection to Grays Harbor from future climate disasters.
A 'once-in-a-generation' project could help Washington coastal cities Hoquiam and Aberdeen hold off economically devastating climate disasters.
An unprecedented study of trends in marine parasite biodiversity shows a majority are struggling. That could spell disaster for other animals.
After years of lethal heat waves, Seattleites are embracing A/C as a necessity rather than a luxury.
As the crustacean's population plummets in the Bering Sea, so do the livelihoods of fishers in Washington and beyond.
From Seattle to Baltimore, cities are recycling felled urban trees into furniture, construction projects and guitars.