Oregon, Washington, California and British Columbia leaders come together on a climate plan – but it will need legislative backing to really make a difference.
The DOE says a new powerhouse and fish passage system boost a Washington dam’s power-production capacity while aiding steelhead and salmon.
The new GroupHealth Medical Center, near Seattle, is the first-ever building to earn a LEED-Healthcare certification, adjusting for the demands of a sterile hospital environment.
The coastal town of Seabrook, Wash., is nearing completion of a sustainable cluster of New Urbanist homes to be showcased in Sunset magazine’s October issue.
The sweet spot that combines high energy efficiency with a Craftsman cottage look, without driving prices into the stratosphere.
Wind’s growing role as a U.S. electricity producer is made clear by a spate of record-setting performance in three disparate states.
EarthFix reports on how a tidal power project in Washington State’s Puget Sound is one step closer to approval.
Natural Resources Defense Council reports on a new project in Washington State that does an amazing job integrating green infrastructure into a downtown district.
On Bainbridge Island, the largest planned solar-ready community in Washington has completed its first three net zero model homes, which are now open for tours.
EarthFix and Northwest Public Radio report on how Northwest states are leading the nation in energy efficiency, according to a new report.
Hanford Site — the nuclear power facility in Washington made famous by The Simpsons — has gained an energy efficient, LEED Gold groundwater treatment plant.