The Department of Ecology published new guidelines outlining the rules and structure of the state's cap-and-invest program, which must be up and running by January.
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Nearly a quarter of our state is locked in severe drought, and it's even worse than that in counties experiencing some of their driest years...
The Puyallup Tribe and Kenmore Air announced Tuesday a joint partnership to bring seaplane operations to South Puget Sound.
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi touted the recently passed federal infrastructure bill Wednesday as she visited the Chambers Creek watershed in Pierce County.
All of the roughly 200 remaining glaciers in Olympic National Park are under threat amid falling precipitation and global warming.
Washington and 15 other states are claiming that the U.S. Postal Service violated federal law by choosing new gas-powered trucks over an electric fleet.
While topographical features along the West Coast — namely the deep drop in water depth along its continental shelves — present a technological conundrum, floating...
A restoration project along the Green River has been finished, a possible sign of good things to come for salmon and other marine life in...
The eastern half of the state is experiencing varying degrees of drought, but Western Washington remains protected, according to data from the U.S. Drought Monitor.
Biden’s executive order in Seattle spotlights importance of old-growth forests in fight against climate change
The order to inventory mature and old-growth trees reflects an intensifying global focus on the role that forests can play in combating climate change.