Northwest recycling companies are scrambling to find markets for our paper and plastic as China cracks down on waste imports.
A development in two climate activists' trial could set a new precedent for cases of climate change-related civil disobedience.
West Coast seal and sea lion populations have recovered over the past 40 years. All those extra predators may be eating more chinook salmon than people are catching, according to a new study.
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A massive environmental review was released Tuesday night that could decide the fate of a controversial oil terminal in Vancouver.
What if you looked around, saw where things are headed on this planet, and said to yourself, I want to start fresh. A group of scientists did just that. But things didn’t go as planned.
Carbon emissions are making the oceans more acidic. That’s long been known to harm shellfish, but new research shows more acidic water could take a toll on salmon as well.
Everyone poops. Even climbers on the world’s tallest mountain. But some Northwest volunteers have designed a way to clean up all that human waste.
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The federal government has approved plans for a controversial 300-mile transmission line that would cross public lands in eastern Oregon and southwestern Idaho.
Despite all the wildfires of the past three decades, Northwest forests are still growing faster than they burn. That's not necessarily a good thing.
The Chetco Bar fire in southwestern Oregon was the state’s biggest wildfire of 2017. Now, specialists have assessed the damage to the landscape and repair work is getting underway.
Wildlife advocates want Oregon Governor Kate Brown to reopen an investigation into an elk hunter’s shooting of a wolf in Eastern Oregon, which was initially ruled self defense.