OPB |Nov. 18, 2014 10:59 a.m.
Click through the interactive graphic to see where we're wasting food and how much greenhouse gas is released in the process.
KCTS 9 |Nov. 17, 2014 1 a.m.
You could say Lauren Ziemski is a bit of a composting guru. She’s been using Seattle’s curbside composting program since it started nearly a decade ago.
OPB |Nov. 15, 2014 4:29 p.m.
How a Washington company is turning supermarket food scraps into fertilizer.
EarthFix |Nov. 15, 2014 3:53 p.m.
Taco Time Northwest, a Mexican-style fast food restaurant chain in Western Washington, found a simple solution to complicating garbage sorting -- they switched to all-compostable packaging.
KCTS 9 |Nov. 15, 2014 3:46 p.m.
A graphic look at all the food we waste and what that means for the planet.
EarthFix |Nov. 15, 2014 3:08 p.m.
Ethanol Made From Food Waste Takes Off
KCTS 9 |Nov. 15, 2014 2:21 p.m.
Americans throw out enough food in one day to feed the entire Seattle metro area for two weeks. As the environmental costs of that waste add up, the city takes a new approach to keep food out of the landfill.
OPB |Nov. 14, 2014 5:15 p.m.
Since Seattle and Portland began offering curbside composting, the cities have faced challenges from foul odors, lack of participation and plastic contamination.
EarthFix |Nov. 13, 2014 4:20 p.m.
A pile of food waste can make rich compost for the garden. But some Northwest companies are going beyond composting. We discovered three companies that are turning it into energy to power homes, race cars and city buses.
Herald and News |Nov. 10, 2014 1:10 p.m.
Mark Buktenica, who’s worked as Crater Lake National Park’s aquatic biologist for 30 years, remembers times not so long ago when Mazama Newts, a species found only at Crater Lake, were common sights along the lake’s shorelines.