The region is poised to lead the way in electric flight thanks to an ambitious partnership between MagniX and Harbour Air.
With Washington's natural kelp beds declining, farms could fill an ecological niche and serve an emergent market. But barriers to entry remain high.
Facing climate upheaval on Washington's coast, members of the Quinault tribe take to the sea in the canoes of their ancestors.
After a bruising election cycle, it’s time for Seattle to unite around a common enemy.
For Indigenous scientist Jessica Hernandez, the first step to reimagining Seattle's landscape was lifting up the voices of its urban Natives.
Mosquito-borne diseases like Zika and West Nile lack vaccines. But Washington scientists think insulin could weaken these diseases in mosquitoes before they reach people.
A win could mean more aggressive action to avoid climate disaster. Some environmental leaders think the lawsuit is a distraction from the action Jay Inslee and Kate Brown are pushing for.
Feds aim to push back the opening of ‘glassification’ plants, while state officials say the Department of Energy has been underfunding the cleanup of America’s most poisoned site.
In Kalama, the promise of jobs and the peril of greenhouse gas emissions are keeping neighbors divided over a proposed methanol plant to be built along the Columbia.
The tribe made history by purchasing a 45-acre area surrounding Snoqualmie Falls on November 1 for $125 million. Now they hope to restore onsite representation and waterfall flows.
Though tribal lands are more likely to suffer from natural disasters, federal aid for the vulnerable lags behind.
A new study is attempting to link salmon exposure to toxic substances in wastewater, to orca health
With orcas barely hanging on, State Sen. Ann Rivers hopes to determine the viability of a private Chinook salmon hatchery in Bellingham.
To prove that his Arrow Lakes Band exists, Rick Desautel defied Canadian law to shoot an elk across the border. His case will be heard by their Supreme Court.
With water cremation and human composting on the horizon, Washingtonians are asking: What should happen to our bodies after we die?
Jim Ellis helped the city with sewage, transportation, and water quality systems. His big, systemic thinking is a model we should follow.