The tax-happy Washington governor should think twice if he wants to be elected president.
In a new poll, environmental interest earned its highest marks since 2001, and green groups want to capitalize in the legislative session.
Areas of the Yakima Valley and South Seattle rank high in environmental hazards, according to the University of Washington's new mapping tool.
After his grandfather survived the Great Depression by hunting for razor clams, biologist Dan Ayres is making sure future generations get to hunt for the PNW's favorite shellfish.
WATCH: A Port Townsend artist channels climate change fears into meticulous microcosms.
A look back at what happened locally and nationally the past 12 months — with a twist.
Some of 2018's biggest environmental challenges hide hints of hope for 2019 and beyond.
Looking back at hot summer days and the smoke that accompanied them.
WATCH: UW doctoral candidate Judy Twedt makes climate data into music.
Born in a brewery, Solarize Puerto Rico's crusade for energy independence has united Washingtonians with and without connections to the island.
The yellow vest protests in Europe reflect the same concern about higher energy costs seen in the vote on I-1631.