When sisters Geraldine Williams and Christine Enick died, Tulalip youth lost generations of language, tradition and knowledge.
Critics say a 116-year-old dam on the Puyallup River is a threat to already vulnerable fish populations.
Even as the consensus for prescribed fires has grown, the number of acres actually burned each year is shrinking.
Citing climate threats, conservation groups vow to challenge the U.S. Fish and Wildlife’s decision not to add wolverines to the Endangered Species List.
The pandemic tanked the shellfish industry, but growers are “tentatively optimistic” that things are looking up.
The state’s park system has been the ultimate outdoor refuge this year, but crowds, trash and social distancing have caused stress.
Little is done to protect the workers’ health, and many feel powerless to hold employers accountable.
An epic season of smoke damages our environment and economy in ways that could last much longer than the haze.
As smoke travels, it can cause illness and economic hardship thousands of miles away.
For years, marine mammal responders have operated without easy access to a crucial facility. But in September, that changes.
Unhealthy forests and a changing climate brought on this season's wildfires — but lawmakers can help.
Patience Malaba works with advocates to develop affordable housing that also reduces greenhouse gas emissions.
Emerging scientific evidence shows they may be at risk of respiratory and heart illness, and maybe even cancer.
Seattle journalist Ashley Ahearn's move to the Methow Valley inspired a podcast that seeks to understand her rural neighbors through the controversial sage grouse.
A member of the Makah tribe writes that losing salmon is akin to losing her identity.
As climate change drives more and more disasters, mental health support is in greater need than ever. America is not ready.