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Wave-Powered Energy Turning the Tide in Oregon
Wave power could soon become a large part of America’s energy infrastructure, and Oregon is on the cutting ...
October 17, 2012
Visitors Experience an Up-Close View of a Wind Farm
When conservation and energy meet head-on, it produces a rare site for recreation enthusiasts. The Wild Horse Wind ...
September 20, 2012
Students Tackle Plastic Pollution in Great Lakes
Less than 50 percent of plastic waste makes its way into landfills, according to a State University of ...
August 8, 2012
Great Green Fleet May Turn the Tide for Green Energy
The U.S. Navy’s Great Green Fleet could push our military into a new strategy that increases our combat ...
July 16, 2012
California Wind Farm to be Built on Sacred Land
The future Ocotillo Wind plant is already facing strong opposition. It’s poised to be a positive initiative for ...
July 10, 2012
Tribes Protest California Wind Plant to be Built on Sacred Land
The future Ocotillo Wind Plant is already facing strong opposition.
July 8, 2012
Estimated 3 Billion Barrels of Oil in America’s Heartland
The Houston-based oil company Apache Corporation (APA) recently announced that there may be an estimated 3 billion barrels ...
June 21, 2012
Fishermen Versus Sea Lions
In a classic man-versus-nature story, both sides are competing for the Columbia River salmon, which they both need ...
May 30, 2012
Microsoft Aims for Carbon Neutrality
In an effort to be more environmentally friendly, Microsoft has declared that it will be a completely carbon ...
May 21, 2012
Battle Continues Over Port of Morrow Coal Exportation
Oregon’s Port of Morrow is the site of a controversial struggle between environmentalists, the coal industry, and the ...
May 1, 2012
Earth Day Celebrated Coast to Coast
Earth Day has steadily grown in popularity since its inception on April 22, 1970. Earth Day today is ...
April 24, 2012
Environmentalists Fight FEMA Over Puget Sound
Land development in the Puget Sound flood plains of Washington state under the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) ...
April 3, 2012
University Students Serve Local Low-Income Community
For its Youth Initiative, a program involving university students serving the adjacent low-income community, Seattle University was honored ...
April 2, 2012
Washington State GMO Bills Fail to Pass, Despite Citizen Support
Washington state Senate and House bills that would require labeling on foods that contain genetically engineered (GE) ingredients, ...
February 27, 2012
State of Washington Seeks Labels for GMO Foods
“People have the right to know what they’re eating,” said Maralyn Chase, the Washington state senator who is ...
January 16, 2012
African-American Buffalo Soldiers, the Original National Park Rangers
Before the National Park system was formally established in 1916, and before the term park ranger was even ...
December 27, 2011
Northwest-Based Outdoor Retailer Opens First NYC Store
REI (Recreational Equipment, Inc.) recently opened its first store in New York City, aiming to help New Yorkers ...
December 18, 2011
Chinese Gold Miners in Oregon Remembered
Chinese miners massacred for gold.
December 11, 2011
Mules Help Rebuild Bridge, Protecting Pristine Wilderness in Montana
Utilizing 198 mule loads, instead of helicopters, staff at Bob Marshall Wilderness was able to repair a suspension ...
December 5, 2011
NW Mayors Join Fight Against Sex Trafficking of Minors
Young runaways are being picked up by sex traffickers, and a campaign to root out this practice is ...
November 23, 2011
Northwest Park Named One of 10 Great American Places
The award recognizes American public places of "exemplary character, quality, and planning.”
October 20, 2011
Seattle Greenways Gaining Momentum
Seattle is lagging behind with bike-friendly greenways, but a new referendum aims to change this in November.
October 16, 2011
Seattle Attempts to Draw More Tourism With Hotel Fee
Beginning in November, a $2 per night per room fee will be applied to hotel guests in the ...
October 5, 2011
Largest Dam Removal in U.S. History Underway
The Elwha River in Olympic National Park on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington will soon flow freely again.
September 21, 2011
Blintzapalooza! Sharing Culture for Decades
OLYMPIA, Wash.—Jewish people believe in playing a positive role in the world, making it a better place by ...
April 25, 2011
Non-Profit Gardening Group Helps Youth and the Needy
At the southernmost point of the Puget Sound in Washington State, a local non-profit is putting a twist ...
May 18, 2009
Maxwell Asks to Join General Prison Population, Cites ‘Onerous’ Conditions
Seattle City Council Approves Nearly $4 Million in Cuts to Police Department
Trump: Not Clear If Shooting Suspect Near White House Had Bad Intentions
Cuomo Rejects Calls for Probe Into New York Nursing Home Deaths
49 Virginia Lawmakers Call for End to Torture, Organ Harvesting of Falun Gong in China
Trump Attorneys: Manhattan DA Still Trying to Justify Harassment of President Over Tax Records
Wisconsin Officer Assaulted by Protesters, Shot Fired Into Home: Officials
Negotiations Remain Stalled After Trump’s Moves on COVID-19 Relief
Pessimism Arises Among US Consumers on Jobs, Household Finances: Fed Report
‘Worst Fears’: Arrest of Hong Kong Media Mogul Jimmy Lai Draws International Condemnation
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