Here are some of the top climate news items this autumn.
Karl Wenner’s Oregon land once leaked pollution into a nearby lake. Now, 70 acres are home to waterfowl, turtles and endangered fish. “This place wanted to be a wetland.”
One year after its passage, Republican congressional districts have received nearly $74 billion in announced or awarded funding, with less than $10 billion in funding for Democratic districts.
Conservative justices disregard science and precedent in controversial 5-4 ruling severely limiting protections in the Clean Water Act.
Focusing only on reducing CO2 emissions misses the warming already baked into the system, as well as the extra cooling we’d enjoy if all emissions stop.
The role forests have countering the effects of global warming is far more impactful than originally thought, new research finds.
An April 16 special broadcast by Seattle’s KOMO-TV on “the future of wildfires in our part of the world” provided a broad overview of the…
The classic holiday movie “The Year Without a Santa Claus” introduced us to two unforgettable bickering siblings: Snow Miser and Heat Miser. While their subplot…
Sea otters play a key role in the marine nearshore environment. They are a “keystone” species, which means without their presence, an ecosystem would change…