WA’s first climate assembly sends nearly 150 recommendations to lawmakers
The state Legislature is considering a massive investment to step up firefighting, improve forests and secure communities near the fire lines.
From medical studies to compost, here's how my body can be used up after I die.
With state biologists unable to monitor every amphibian species as completely as they would like, community volunteers fill an important gap.
Federal recognition provides tribes with critical health care and education. But there are nations the U.S. refuses to recognize.
There’s no real excuse to have so little canopy in SoDo. It doesn’t have to be ‘like the forgotten land.’
The environmental proposal in the state Legislature was designed to protect communities of color, but will it make a difference?
For thousands in the state, razor clamming represents culture and heritage. But state and tribal agencies are trying to protect people from harmful toxins.
From hugging to gathering indoors, vaccinated people are operating under relaxed social guidance even as local case levels rise and variants spread.
The legendary Nisqually activist was a passionate leader who focused on finding solutions. He taught me to temper zeal with pragmatism.
The measure before the Legislature aims to address the long history of environmental harm in the state.
For a third time, lawmakers in Olympia hope to spur more biofuel and electric cars with new restrictions on greenhouse gases.
Native communities, activists and local government are split over new pipelines and their environmental risks.
The emotional and physical toll of fighting COVID on the front lines has implications for all of us.
A landmark bill in the state Legislature has split environmentalists, with some questioning whether it will reduce pollution in communities hardest hit by it.
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Commission recently approved a new rule to train hound handlers to haze cougars. But conservationists are worried.