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Climate change

Experts at odds over result of U.N. climate talks in Dubai; ‘Historic,’ ‘pipsqueak’ or something else?

December 14, 2023, 10:10am Nation & World

The climate negotiations that just finished in Dubai hit upon the essence of compromise, finding common language that nearly 200 countries accepted, at times grudgingly. Read story

Opponents of WA climate law submit signatures to repeal it

November 22, 2023, 7:42am Latest News

In one of the busiest travel weeks of the year, in one of the most expensive states for gasoline, backers of an effort to repeal Washington’s carbon market said Tuesday… Read story

Will declaration on fossil fuels at U.N. climate talks lead to action? Consider 5 previous decisions

December 14, 2023, 10:54am Nation & World

United Nations climate negotiators on Wednesday declared the world must transition away from oil, gas and coal, a significant decision by nearly 200 countries in nearly 30 years of climate talks. Read story

Washington raises $260 million in most recent carbon-pricing auction

November 15, 2023, 6:05pm Northwest

Washington’s latest auction of carbon-emission allowances raised an estimated $260 million. Read story

Vancouver to share its greenhouse gas plans

October 21, 2023, 5:56am Clark County News

Ten months have passed since the city of Vancouver passed its road map to drastically cut greenhouse gas emissions, and officials are inviting residents to learn about the effort’s progress. Read story

Are ‘overburdened’ communities getting fair share of Washington climate funds?

October 16, 2023, 6:54pm Newsletter

State climate officials and an environmental justice organization disagree over how the state plans to spend cash from its highly lucrative carbon-pricing program. Read story

The first Africa Climate Summit opens as hard-hit continent of 1.3B demands more say and financing

September 4, 2023, 9:57am Nation & World

The first African Climate Summit opened Monday with heads of state and others asserting a stronger voice on a worldwide issue that affects their continent the most even though its 1.3 billion people contribute to global warming the least. Read story

Daryl Travis loves knowing that he's covering all his power needs at his Sifton-area home, and even feeding the public power grid.  "We know exactly where our power is generated, and that it is ecologically friendly," he said.

Going solar can work, even in the cloudy Pacific Northwest — but do the math, one homeowner warnsvideo icon

Daryl Travis loves knowing that he's covering all his power needs at his Sifton-area home, and even feeding the public power grid.  "We know exactly where our power is generated, and that it is ecologically friendly," he said.

August 19, 2023, 6:09am Business

Whenever the sun shines on his Sifton-area home, Daryl Travis has many reasons to feel great. Cheerful weather is just the start of it. Read story

The Salmon Creek Park & Ride was relocated as part of a $133 million traffic project. The relocation both expanded the overtaxed lot and relieved traffic congestion at Northeast 134th Street and Highway 99.

New law pushes Washington cities and counties to plan for climate change

The Salmon Creek Park & Ride was relocated as part of a $133 million traffic project. The relocation both expanded the overtaxed lot and relieved traffic congestion at Northeast 134th Street and Highway 99.

July 24, 2023, 2:13pm Clark County News

Planning for severe storms, flooding, wildfires and poor air quality will soon be required for Washington cities and counties. Read story

The sun sets over the Columbia River George in May as seen from Dog Mountain.

Climate in the Gorge: 4 ways emissions, warming hurt national scenic area

The sun sets over the Columbia River George in May as seen from Dog Mountain.

June 27, 2023, 6:02am Clark County Life

“Climate change” is a problem. Not just the basic concept. Even the terminology is problematic. Read story