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In light of China’s recent recycling regulations, JDog Junk Removal could help reduce the burden on landfills.
Following inaction from state legislators, supporters of I-1631 are aiming for the November ballot.
Grassroots environmental organizations plan to hold the coffee giant to its latest pledge.
As Puget Sound Energy phases out coal, struggling Lewis County is left searching for economic answers.
Gov. Inslee announces plans to protect the state’s coastline.
Tree advocates see hope in recent moves by Burgess and the City Council.
“This movement is not separate from Standing Rock, it’s an extension of it.”
Local experts weigh in on why cars could (maybe) be (part of) the answer.
Managers know parking will be a problem, but say solutions are on their way.
And next summer, Seattle will begin enforcing a law banning all single-use plastics—including straws.
The largest of a dozen fires in the state has burned more than 95,000 acres.
The same oil train was blocked in Vancouver and Tenino.
The Issaquah Alps program could lead to transit service to farther-out areas like Mailbox Peak.
“If we’re going to make any progress on climate, it’s going to have to come from the state level and the single most important thing we can do in this state to act on climate is to shut down Colstrip.”
The SCERS Board did not vote either way Thursday. But financial advisers say: Don’t do it.
Threatened with 10 years in prison and $20,000 in fines, Ward was given 30 days community service.
Current and former staffers say morale is low at the watchdog agency. But that doesn’t mean they’re giving up.
A City Council resolution calls for Puget Sound Energy to stop using coal by 2025.
Ward faces prison time for shutting down a pipeline. He says it’s time to end “incremental thinking.”
350 Seattle immediately urges Governor Inslee to lead a “Power Past Paris” bloc of climate-friendly states.