Public may comment on proposed updates to WSDOT municipal stormwater permit OLYMPIA – The Department of Ecology invites public comments on proposed updates to the Washington State Department of Transportation municipal stormwater general permit.
Public News Service SEATTLE - More than 500 people showed up at a Seattle hearing on Oct. 23 about what should be in Washington's new climate action plan - and if you weren't one of them, there's still time to comment.
If you don't know what's happening, you can't learn from it. While most people can see change above the water (such as a forest clear cut), there aren't many people keeping an eye on the dramatic changes occurring below the surface of the ocean.
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HOQUIAM, Wash. - Plans for two new terminals to store oil and pump it into tankers in Grays Harbor are on hold after the Quinault Indian Nation and several conservation groups challenged the permits.
Raincoast Conservation Foundation and Georgia Strait Alliance launched the second phase of a new initiative to study the potential spread of an oil spill in the waters around southern Vancouver Island, the Gulf and San Juan Islands, and along the Kinder Morgan oil tanker route through the Salish Sea.
Business leaders, health professionals, and farmers speak out at Climate Workgroup hearing
Spokane, WA – Concerned Eastern Washington residents demanded climate action from Governor Jay Inslee and legislative leaders today. The bipartisan, bicameral Climate Workgroup met in Spokane to hear public testimony on how Washington should meet its climate pollution limits.
Public News Service SEATTLE - Some fishing and conservation groups say Washington's water pollution laws aren't strong enough and they're suing the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to step in and make the state change them.