A prominent law firm has been looking for complaints with an eye toward taking action over some customers' high bills.
I-1631 would redirect carbon fee funds to Washington communities affected by carbon pollution.
The regional agency spins its wheels while Metro enjoys the cost savings and health benefits its diesel-free fleet brings.
UW scientists are creating light, thin, cheap, flexible solar panels of the future.
Five years ago, Seattle's Bullitt Center represented the future of green building. The problem? It still does.
Carl Greninge built a nuclear reactor with parts from eBay and duct tape — and he lets students use it.
The chances of the carbon tax passing are looking better than they ever have.
The 2018 Legislative session is nearing its final two weeks with some key environmental issues still undecided.
In Hillsboro, Oregon, SolarWorld is hiring back workers and planning to ramp up its production with news of a 30 percent tariff on imported solar panels.
When the Trump administration announced its plans to open up the entire Washington coast, including the Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary, to oil exploration, I was pissed off.
Empty coal cars flank Bakken Oil tankers at the Port of Everett.