Our end-times advice columnist reflects on starting something new when everything is falling apart.
The states join 26 others to argue the president's plan increases public health risks and violates the federal Clean Air Act.
Coronavirus concerns will have firefighters living differently and likely doing less.
With 100-year floods occurring twice a decade, a dam could offer relief — or endanger salmon and ecosystems.
Cross-laminated timber building could help fight climate change. But its threat to ecosystems could make it a mixed blessing.
Ken Wu catalogs and measures British Columbia’s biggest trees in order to protect them.
Armed with lessons from the pandemic, and with Indigenous knowledge, we can honor Earth Day in lasting ways.
COVID-19 may be putting a dent in pollution, but we can't lose sight of how it's devastating humanity.
You're not imagining it: The dip in traffic since Gov. Inslee's stay-at-home order has improved air quality and views all over Seattle.
Agencies that prepare for wildfires and recruit firefighters are busy responding to the pandemic. That could be a problem come summer.
Why we should keep our heads and live 'beyond fear' in the face of existential scares.
The Emerald City will be Atlantis 2.0, brought down by climate change and a plague of disasters.
As the legislative session comes to a close, the green lobby is pushing lawmakers to do more to take on climate change.
In the state's next budget, lawmakers should invest in projects that help us walk, roll, and bike — not drive.
Dr. Robin Kodner studies 2 billion year old snow algae high in mountain fields and glaciers to learn about life's beginnings, and its future.
Bipartisan proposals before the state legislature would help scientists learn about storing carbon in soils and invest in GPS-guided tractors and climate-friendly cattle feed.