The ocean is going to be unusually warm this year off of Oregon and Washington, which could spell trouble for salmon and other marine life.
Climate change | Water | Communities | Fish & Wildlife | Land use | Forestry | Environment | Land | Flora and FaunaOPB | March 13, 2015 4:15 p.m. | Ashland, Oregon
The Northwest Forest Plan is now 20 years old and due for an update, which will have environmental and economic reverberations for decades to come.
Environmentalists are suing, the mayor and city council have launched an investigation, and angry protesters packed the Port Commissioners' meeting, but the Port of Seattle is standing strong in its decision to host Shell Oil.
Residents of Coos and Douglas counties are hoping to challenge fossil fuel development by asserting local decision-making rights.
Twice as many acres burned in the decade leading up to 2011 than in the one before it.
A bill in the Oregon Legislature this session would require electric companies to stop delivering coal-fired power to Oregon customers by 2025.
We can't drink our way out of climate change. But a Portland brewery has managed to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions associated with drinking a beer in first low-carbon brew, the Little Foot Red.
Two leading Washington state senators - a Republican and a Democrat - sit down to talk climate change, baby goats and Santa Claus.
In his State of the Union speech, President Barack Obama argued the United States should act forcefully to combat climate change – and not just for the sake of the planet.