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Local and national environmental groups filed a petition Friday claiming Oregon erred in granting an air quality permit to Oregon’s largest oil train terminal.
Testing in California revealed a significant risk of student exposure to chemical compounds known as polychlorinated biphenyls. The group doing the testing suggests a temporary move into portables, which have their own host of problems.
Last week the Wyoming governor invited leaders from Northwest tribes on an all-expenses-paid tour of his state's coal operations. One by one, tribes are saying thanks, but no thanks.
The Oregon LNG liquefied natural gas project in Warrenton has reached a milestone in its seemingly endless permitting process. Three permits are up for review and open for public comment.
The Wyoming Governor invited 25 members of eight Northwest tribes on an all-expenses paid tour of coal operations. Only one participated.
After talking about poor oversight of aerial herbicide spraying on Oregon forests, there’s a chance state lawmakers might actually do something about it.
Logging and trapping drove the fisher or fisher cat, a small and elusive forest mammal, to the endangered species list. It now faces threats from illegal pot farms, too. Researchers are trying to better study the fisher, but even they sometimes harm it in the process.
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