A year after a mudslide hit Oso, Washington, claiming 42 lives, community members and lawmakers find resilience.
The Planet’s beloved faculty adviser, Rebekah Paci-Green, says goodbye after four years of incredible dedication.
The Lummi Nation closes its shellfish farms as common bacteria make their way into the Nooksack River.
Unequal access to nutritious food is correlated to diseases such as diabetes, obesity and malnutrition.
A dwindling salmon population in the Nooksack River draws attention to water management issues and tribal treaty rights.
Something stands in the way of three proposed pipelines through the Wet’suwet’en territory: the Unis’tot’en resistance camp.
At the core of Seattle’s industrial district, residents of Duwamish Valley breathe some of the city’s most heavily contaminated air.
The Puget Sound Food Hub, a network of 30 local farms, provides fresh produce to low-income preschools in King County.
Yakima Valley’s high concentration of dairy farms and manure waste could be the source of contaminants in the area’s drinking water.
Seattle, Washington, becomes an Arctic oil drilling battleground as Foss Maritime holds permits to port oil rigs at Terminal 5.