KUOW/EarthFix | Dec. 01, 2016
World War II spurred a plane-manufacturing frenzy on the bank of Seattle's Duwamish River. The pollution is still with us. From our series Battle Ready: The Military’s Environmental Legacy In The Northwest.
KUOW/EarthFix | Dec. 04, 2016
Sunday's victory for the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe in its battle against an oil pipeline in North Dakota is big news for a tribal member living in the Pacific Northwest.
NWNews | Dec. 01, 2016
Feral pigs are a problem in 39 U.S. states and the Northwest is not immune. That’s why officials from four Washington agencies issued a reminder to residents last week to be on the lookout.
Energy | Environment | Election | NationNPR | Dec. 5, 2016 3:22 p.m.
Gore has spent decades warning about the dire consequences of unchecked, man-made climate change while Trump regularly called climate change "a hoax" during the campaign.
Business | Environment | Science | NationNPR | Dec. 5, 2016 1:53 p.m.
A day after the Army Corps of Engineers blocked the proposed route for the Dakota Access Pipeline, the tribal leader said the "nothing will happen" until the Trump administration begins.
local | Environment | NewsThe Register-Guard | Dec. 5, 2016 9:08 a.m. | Eugene, Oregon
The issue isn’t over, but for those concerned about the cultural and environmental implications of the pipeline’s route, it was a bright spot worth celebrating.
Energy | Business | Environment | Election | NationNPR | Dec. 5, 2016 8:28 a.m.
The decision essentially halts the construction of the oil pipeline right above the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation and it also comes as protests at the site continued to grow.
Transportation | Land use | News | Energy | Environment | Science | localAP | Dec. 4, 2016 1:46 p.m. | Cannon Ball, North Dakota
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says it won't grant an easement for the Dakota Access oil pipeline in southern North Dakota.
Economy | Food | Business | Technology | Environment | Science | NationNPR | Dec. 4, 2016 7:43 a.m.
Recent scientific advances have offered some hopes of recovery to Florida's citrus industry, which has been declining over two decades due to a horrible bacterial disease called citrus greening.
Water | local | Environment | News | Lead In The WaterOPB | Dec. 3, 2016 11:43 a.m. | Portland
The Portland Water Bureau is taking immediate steps to reduce the amount of lead in the water at taps across the Portland metro area.
By most accounts, the region narrowly avoided catastrophe that June afternoon. And although the numbers will likely increase, Union Pacific is expected to foot the bill.
A new survey finds strong public support for organic food, and suspicion of GMOs — regardless of whether people vote Republican or Democratic. Also, people don't trust scientists much at all.
The marbled murrelet is on both the state and federal endangered species lists.