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Clark County focuses on climate planning; public meetings to focus on resilience, equity

June 21, 2024, 6:02am Clark County News

Clark County’s climate planning efforts are in the spotlight this week. Read story

Drought tool feeling heat: Climate change challenges data used by scientists to assess arid states of U.S. West

June 15, 2024, 6:05am Nation & World

Known for its glowing swaths of yellow, orange and red, the U.S. Drought Monitor has warned farmers, residents and officials throughout the nation of impending water scarcity every week since… Read story

This image released by Warner Bros. Pictures shows Jason Momoa in a scene from &ldquo;Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom.&rdquo; (Warner Bros.

Researchers find Hollywood movies rarely reflect climate change crisis

This image released by Warner Bros. Pictures shows Jason Momoa in a scene from &ldquo;Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom.&rdquo; (Warner Bros.

May 31, 2024, 6:04am Entertainment

Aquaman might not mind if the oceans rise, but moviegoers might. Read story

U.S. Rep. Marie Gluesenkamp Perez, second from right, joined Dannie Nordsiden of Clark College, right, on a tour of the auto shop as students work nearby in May 2023. Clark received $1 million in federal funding to develop new clean energy technician programs and classes in the school in the years to come.

Clark College developing clean-energy programs with classes possibly starting in a year

U.S. Rep. Marie Gluesenkamp Perez, second from right, joined Dannie Nordsiden of Clark College, right, on a tour of the auto shop as students work nearby in May 2023. Clark received $1 million in federal funding to develop new clean energy technician programs and classes in the school in the years to come.

May 18, 2024, 6:03am Clark County News

Education in clean-energy technologies will play a big role in Southwestern Washington’s future as the region adapts to climate change, according to a Clark College faculty member. Read story

Bird with Flower by Sharon Agnor, left, and artwork by Cindy Geffel are among the pieces in the pollinators exhibit at Art at the CAVE gallery in Vancouver.

Reason to bee hopeful: Pollinators show finds fertile ground at Art at the CAVE gallery

Bird with Flower by Sharon Agnor, left, and artwork by Cindy Geffel are among the pieces in the pollinators exhibit at Art at the CAVE gallery in Vancouver.

May 10, 2024, 6:04am Clark County Life

Have you heard the buzz? There’s a new art exhibit this month at Art at the CAVE, a contemporary art gallery in downtown Vancouver. The gallery is showcasing the work of three artists, Clark County residents Sharon Agnor and Kathy Willson and Clackamas, Ore., resident Cindy Geffel. Their engaging, colorful… Read story

Clark County seeks feedback on climate planning

May 7, 2024, 6:00am Clark County News

Clark County is seeking community input on planning for climate change. Read story

Salmon Creek flows near the Northwest 36th Avenue bridge April 26. Low rainfall totals and decreased snowpack levels could leave rivers and streams running dry this summer but likely won&rsquo;t affect Clark County&rsquo;s drinking-water supplies, which primarily come from groundwater sources.

Clark County likely won’t feel drought despite being covered in declaration

Salmon Creek flows near the Northwest 36th Avenue bridge April 26. Low rainfall totals and decreased snowpack levels could leave rivers and streams running dry this summer but likely won&rsquo;t affect Clark County&rsquo;s drinking-water supplies, which primarily come from groundwater sources.

May 6, 2024, 6:05am Clark County News

and the rest of Washington — has seen its share of rainy days in the last month, drought conditions persist. On April 16, the state Department of Ecology declared a drought emergency for nearly all of Washington, with some major metro areas excluded. The agency is making up to $4.5… Read story

Beachgoers are framed against the setting sun at the end of a warm day Dec. 6 in Huntington Beach, Calif. Last year&rsquo;s global average temperature of 58.96 degrees was about a third of a degree warmer than the previous hottest year in 2016.

‘Humbling, and a bit worrying’: Scientists fail to fully explain record global heat

Beachgoers are framed against the setting sun at the end of a warm day Dec. 6 in Huntington Beach, Calif. Last year&rsquo;s global average temperature of 58.96 degrees was about a third of a degree warmer than the previous hottest year in 2016.

April 6, 2024, 6:04am Nation & World

Deadly heat in the Southwest. Hot-tub temperatures in the Atlantic Ocean. Sweltering conditions in Europe, Asia and South America. Read story

Gov. Inslee signs slate of climate and environment bills into law

March 28, 2024, 6:11pm Latest News

During the last bill-signing tour of his career at the helm of Washington, outgoing Gov. Jay Inslee signed a wide slate of climate and environmental bills into law Thursday afternoon. 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