From country towns to South Seattle, activists say the government must listen to long-marginalized communities that feel climate change’s biggest impacts.
If the tiny mussel established itself here, it would create over $100 million worth of damage each year to dams, agriculture, salmon and more.
A city proud of its sustainability should be ashamed of how many tons of the stuff end up in the landfill every year.
Harbor seals and porpoises in the Salish Sea experience antibiotic-resistant bacteria differently, pointing to worrying implications for orcas.
From floods to wildfires, mapping programs in Cascadia are showing scientists which communities face higher risk.
The state Legislature passed the ban on single-use plastic bags with bipartisan support in 2020, but the pandemic has delayed its implementation.
We dive into reader questions about vaccine logistics, supporting health care workers and more.
Efforts to expand the state’s green building rules would, among other things, phase out gas heat and appliances in most homes and businesses.
The Microsoft co-founder’s personal investments mirror a growing trend amongst the uber-wealthy.
The big beige blur in the middle of the state may seem boring, but it is essential to the survival of grouse, orcas and people.
Few rivers define a region like the Columbia, where tribal scientists are making headway in bringing back its most important species: salmon.
Some studies have found the ride-hailing services increase vehicle miles driven and pollution.
In ‘Homewaters,’ author David Williams looks at how humans have shaped the natural environment of Puget Sound, often at the environment’s expense.
A bill sponsored by a forestry veteran would pay for guidance, grant money and other resources to help cities interested in improving urban forests.