OPB/EarthFix | June 23, 2017
Ken Ward was one of five activists who turned valves off on several pipelines bringing oil from Canada to the United States.
KUOW/EarthFix | June 20, 2017
The military and its civilian neighbors are finding their wells are being poisoned by chemicals in firefighting foams used on airstrips.
OPB/EarthFix | June 22, 2017
More than two dozen Oregon businesses are banding together to fight climate change through a new organization called the Oregon Business Alliance For Climate.
Food | World | EnvironmentNPR | June 26, 2017 7:42 a.m.
In one of the most densely populated cities on Earth, a gardening cooperative is helping residents rediscover farming — in the sky.
Economy | Environment | Nation | Business | EnergyNPR | June 26, 2017 6:11 a.m.
Despite high unemployment and poverty, the tribe has never touched the billions of tons of coal underneath its land. But new opportunities from the Trump administration could change that.
That answer, as seen Sunday in Boise, Idaho: $300,000 and a lot of determination. St. Luke's Health System, which moved the historic sequoia, says it "was never even an option" to cut it down.
local | News | EnvironmentDaily Astorian | June 24, 2017 9:59 a.m.
A judge has ruled that counties can’t sue the state for financial damages, potentially undermining a $1.4 billion class action lawsuit over state logging practices.
Changes to building codes in some U.S. jurisdictions may allow the use of siding similar to that of Grenfell Tower in London. A fire at the apartment building killed at least 79 people last week.
The court upheld a regulation preventing a Wisconsin family from developing part of their land, denying them government compensation. The decision is a huge win for regulators and environmentalists.
A commercial fisher captured the silver carp beyond the barriers built to keep the invasive species out of the Great Lakes. The incident is raising alarms from local lawmakers.
Economy | Technology | Election | Science | Environment | Nation | Business | FoodNPR | June 23, 2017 3:09 p.m.
A weedkiller called dicamba, which farmers hoped could banish herbicide-resistant weeds, has become a plague itself in Arkansas. The state's regulators just voted to ban it for 120 days.
Nation | Food | EnvironmentNPR | June 23, 2017 4 a.m.
Teams of cooks are making dishes from food that many American consumers would overlook — or even consciously avoid — as part of a sustainability project aimed at reducing food waste in the U.S.
Citing a population rebound, the Interior Department has announced it plans to strip the bear of federal protection. But some groups are skeptical, and they've signaled they're prepared to resist.