Northwest Public Radio | April 27, 2015
Seattle billionaire Paul Allen wants Washington voters to crack down on wildlife trafficking.
OPB | April 26, 2015
A record number of sea lions in the Columbia River this spring has revived debate over the best way to manage these hulking pinnipeds.
OPB | April 24, 2015
The Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission launches the process that could lead to the removal of the gray wolf from the state's list of endangered species.
Land | Environment | Economy | Fish & Wildlife | Recreation | Forestry | News | CommunitiesOPB | April 24, 2015 2:15 p.m. | Ashland, Oregon
A federal lands agency releases several versions of its latest plan for opening up logging on some of Oregon's public forestland.
Environment | local | News | EnergyOPB | April 23, 2015 4:43 p.m.
The Oregon Pilots Association said their modeling shows severe turbulence from emission plumes would threaten one in 100 flights.
Business | Environment | Economy | NewsOPB | April 23, 2015 3:30 p.m.
A new report from the National Park Service shows in 2014, visitors spent an estimated $15 billion in gateway communities to national parks, supporting more than 275,000 jobs.
Lawmakers voted 47 to 10 to phase out plastic foam by 2021. School districts that aren't sure they can make that deadline can get state permission to take longer, and they can keep using the material if they recycle it.
Environment | local | EnergyOPB | April 22, 2015 4:52 p.m. | Portland
A new Portland program requires hotels, malls like the Lloyd Center, hospitals and office buildings to track energy use. Portland is joining twelve cities that already use the Energy Star reporting system, run by the U-S Environmental Protection Agency.
Environment | Water | News | local | OPB News BlogOPB | April 20, 2015 9:24 a.m. | Portland
While Californians are cutting back on water and experimenting with long-term solutions to deal with drought, William Shatner said the answer is as simple as starting a Kickstarter page.
Port Angeles could offer Shell's Arctic drilling rig will make its first Washington stop in Port Angeles. The city on the Olympic Peninsula could offer a warmer welcome than it's expected to receive in Seattle.