People protesting oil drilling in the Arctic marched through downtown Portland Monday, and held a “die-in.” They're trying to send President Obama a message as he travels to Alaska this week.
Energy | News | Pacific Ocean | EnvironmentKUOW/EarthFix | Aug. 31, 2015 3:22 p.m.
The public has until Oct. 29 to comment on the draft environmental review for two controversial oil terminals on the Washington coast.
Energy | News | local | EnvironmentOPB | Aug. 28, 2015 7 p.m.
The proposed expansion outlines a liquefied petroleum gas and crude oil transfer terminal.
Energy | Nation | World | Science | EnvironmentNPR | Aug. 27, 2015 10:59 a.m.
Researchers have been using muons to take a peek inside the nuclear reactors in Japan that melted down in 2011. The results could aid the continuing cleanup operations.
Business | Technology | Science | EnergyNPR | Aug. 25, 2015 5:08 p.m.
The PowerCard, a small card with an imbedded thermoelectric, is like a mini solar cell. But, instead of converting sunlight into energy, it converts wasted heat from things such as coal stacks.
Energy | Water | EnvironmentKUOW/EarthFix | Aug. 25, 2015 8 a.m. | Seattle
A wildfire in the North Cascades has damaged transmission lines, leading Seattle City Light to shut down power generation at three dams on the Skagit River.
Stock investors have to decide if the August downturn is just part of a normal zigzag pattern in any bull market, or the start of a bear market that could last for years.
Oregon adopts new rules requiring railroads to share more information with state officials. The rules come in response to concerns over the state’s readiness for oil train spills and fires.
A renewable energy project in Portland has cities across the globe taking a closer look at their water pipes. It's a hydropower system that draws power from drinking water as it makes its way to the tap.