KUOW | Oct. 27, 2016
Climate change can be hard to wrap your brain around. But atmospheric scientists at the University of Washington have made it possible to listen to the planet changing.
NPR | Oct. 27, 2016
Kernza is a kind of grassy wheat that traps more carbon in the soil than crops like wheat and rice. Now, a West Coast brewery is using the grain in its new beer called Long Root Ale.
Health | History | Environment | local | Economy | Communities | Family | News | Business | Land use | Recreation | Land | Election | Nation | Politics | Science | NW LifeOPB | Oct. 28, 2016 10:34 a.m. | Portland
Reaction is coming in fast to the not-guilty verdicts for the seven Malheur National Wildlife Refuge occupiers.
World | Nation | Environment | Flora and Fauna | ScienceNPR | Oct. 28, 2016 5:16 a.m.
At 600,000 square miles, the sanctuary covers an area twice the size of Texas and is known as polar 'Garden of Eden.' This unanimous agreement is the result of years of negotiations.
Business | Nation | Environment | EnergyNPR | Oct. 27, 2016 10:43 p.m.
Police officers, some of them in riot gear, confronted people protesting a pipeline in North Dakota after protesters refused to leave private land where the pipeline is supposed to be built.
Nation | Environment | ScienceNPR | Oct. 27, 2016 5 p.m.
Four years of too little water is killing millions of trees in the Sierra, yet some giant sequoias still thrive. Tree-climbing scientists are exploring sequoias branch by branch to find their secret.
Federal fish managers have released a new recovery plan for threatened spring and summer chinook and steelhead on the Snake River. The plan comes during renewed debate over whether the river’s dams should be removed.
local | Water | Environment | News | EnergyAP | Oct. 27, 2016 12:47 p.m. | Cannon Ball, North Dakota
Armed soldiers and law enforcement officers dressed in riot gear and driving trucks, military Humvees and buses moved in Thursday to force Dakota Access pipeline protesters off private land.
The WWF report asserts that wildlife populations have dropped by a startling percentage since 1970. The details and extent of that decline, however, are more complex than any one number can capture.
The chemical compound is best known as the carcinogen in the movie “Erin Brockovich,” which is based on a true story about contaminated drinking water in Hinkley, Calif.
local | Environment | News | RecreationAP | Oct. 27, 2016 9:02 a.m. | Stevenson, Washington
Skamania County Sheriff Dave Brown says search crews located the body of 31-year-old Melvin Burtch of Beaverton, Oregon, at about 5 p.m. Wednesday at the base of Table Mountain in Washington.
local | Environment | News | RecreationAP | Oct. 27, 2016 7:14 a.m. | Portland
Joseph Tanner was resting on his surf board, his lower body dangling in the water, when something grabbed his right leg and yanked him under the waves. Tanner knew he was being attacked by a shark in the chilly waters off the northern Oregon coast.