Climate and policy

Stories on climate and environmental policy

Climate Stewardship Connects Eastern Washington Faith And Farming To Legislative Action In Olympia (Northwest Public Broadcasting, Mar. 5, 2020)

Carbon farming bill passes Washington House (Capital Press, Mar. 5, 2020)

Beth Robinette and Lindell Haggin: Empower farmers to lead on climate (The Spokesman-Review, Feb. 27, 2020)

BP pulls out of regional oil trade organization over differences on carbon pricing, fuel standard (The Seattle Times, Feb. 26, 2020)

Farming To Help The Climate: Two Bills In Olympia Promote “Regenerative Agriculture” (Investigate West, Feb. 20, 2020)

Do We Have the Political Will to Stop Climate Change? | Guest Opinion (Tri-City Herald, Feb. 16, 2020)

Washington Farm Bureau, climate-action group back carbon farming bill (Capital Press, Feb. 10, 2020)

Banning gas cars? It’s a ‘fringe crazy bill’ no longer (The Seattle Times, Feb. 5, 2020)

Will BP’s stance on state carbon price lead industry shift? (Houston Chronicle, Jan. 30, 2020)

‘Carbon farming’ bill passes Washington State (Capital Press, Jan. 16, 2020)

No more excuses for lack of cooperation in Olympia on climate change (The Seattle Times, Jan. 13, 2020)

Want people to adopt climate-friendly behaviors? Understand what motivates them. (Medium, Nov. 5, 2019)

More than 11,000 scientists from around the world declare a ‘climate emergency’ (Washington Post, Nov. 5, 2019)

What’s the Price of Ignoring Climate Change? (New York Times, Nov 5, 2019)

US begins formal withdrawal from Paris climate accord (CNN, Nov. 4, 2019)

I’m a Climate Scientist Who Believes in God. Hear Me Out. (The New York Times, Oct. 31, 2019)

One Thing You Can Do: Slay the Energy Vampires (The New York Times, Oct. 30, 2019)

Can regenerative agriculture reverse climate change? Big Food is banking on it. (NBC News, Oct. 29, 2019)

Rising Seas Will Erase More Cities by 2050, New Research Shows (The New York Times, Oct. 29, 2019)

Americans would rather reduce oil and gas exploration than ‘drill, baby, drill’ (Washington Post, Oct. 25, 2019)

Straight Talk: Climate Change in the Northwest (KGW8, Oct. 25, 2019)

Canadian kids sue government over climate change (Nature, Oct. 25, 2019)

Climate Change Will Cost Us Even More Than We Think (New York Times, Oct. 23, 2019)

Could climate change make Democrats and Republicans work together? (Crosscut, Oct. 22, 2019)

The Best Option for Airlines to Shrink Their Carbon Footprint (Green Tech Media, Oct. 22, 2019)

The Worst Day in Earth’s History Contains an Ominous Warning (The Atlantic, Oct. 22, 2019)

The Guardian: “Today we pledge to give the climate crisis the attention it demands” (The Guardian, Oct. 16, 2019)

Facing unbearable heat, Qatar has begun to air-condition the outdoors (Washington Post, Oct. 16, 2019)

Struggling with climate anxiety? You’re not alone. (Grist, Oct. 15, 2019)

Rise of renewables may see off oil firms decades earlier than they think (The Guardian, Oct. 14, 2019)

The Case Against Doing Nothing | Margaret Renkl (New York Times, Oct. 14, 2019)

Revealed: the 20 firms behind a third of all carbon emissions (The Guardian, Oct. 9, 2019)

Washington is one of the 10 most energy efficient states in the U.S. (Fast Company, Oct. 4, 2019)

Holiday Shoppers Weighing Carbon Footprint in Delivery Decisions (Bloomberg, Sept. 30, 2019)

Summits, Strikes and Climate Change (The New Yorker, Sept. 30, 2019)

The climate legislation this Congress could realistically pass (Grist, Sept. 27, 2019)

New U.N. climate report: Monumental change already here for world’s oceans and frozen regions (Washington Post, Sept. 25, 2019)

Greta Thunberg condemns world leaders in emotional speech at UN (The Guardian, Sept. 23, 2019)

Greta Thunberg Is Right to Panic (The Atlantic, Sept. 20, 2019)

Young People Lead Millions To Protest Global Inaction On Climate Change (NPR, Sept. 20, 2019)

The climate strike kids, in their own words (The Week, Sept. 20, 2019)

How these scientists are uniting the world around climate change (video) (Christian Science Monitor, Sept. 20, 2019)

Seattle’s 17-year-old climate champion isn’t striking for fun: ‘I’m striking for my generation’s survival’ | Jamie Margolin (Crosscut, Sept. 19, 2019)

How climate change threatens our health in the Pacific Northwest (Seattle Times, Sept. 19, 2019)

Jeff Bezos announces Amazon ‘Climate Pledge,’ promising to cut emissions and pushing other companies to follow suit (GeekWire, Sept. 19, 2019)

‘We’re losing the race’: UN secretary general calls climate change an ’emergency’ (The Guardian, Sept. 18, 2019)

Seattle’s Jamie Margolin is 17 and a climate activist. On Wednesday she testifies before Congress. (Seattle Times, Sept. 17, 2019)

Greta Thunberg to Congress: ‘You’re not trying hard enough. Sorry’ (The Guardian, Sept. 17, 2019)

It’s Greta’s World But it’s still burning. The extraordinary rise of a 16-year-old, and her Hail Mary climate movement. (New York Magazine, Sept. 17, 2019)

Companies Tighten Climate Goals as Scientific Outlook Darkens (Bloomberg, Sept. 17, 2019)

Will Hawaii lead the renewable revolution? (Christian Science Monitor, Sept. 17, 2019)

Is the Green New Deal Realistic? Two Sympathetic Authors Weigh In (New York Times, Sept. 17, 2019)

Seattle Times joins worldwide Covering Climate Now initiative (Seattle Times, Sept. 15, 2019)

‘Americans are waking up’: two thirds say climate crisis must be addressed (The Guardian, Sept. 15, 2019)

Americans increasingly see climate change as a crisis, poll shows (Washington Post, Sept. 13, 2019)

Bipartisan climate working group forms in Senate, led by Sens. Coons, Braun (Citizens’ Climate Lobby, Sept. 12, 2019)

Hello From the Year 2050. We Avoided the Worst of Climate Change — But Everything Is Different | Bill McKibben (TIME, Sept. 12, 2019)

Large parts of the globe have already passed the crucial climate threshold of 2 degrees Celsius of warming (Washington Post, Sept. 11, 2019)

‘It’s all gone’: shattered Bahamas counts cost of Hurricane Dorian’s destruction (The Guardian, Sept. 7, 2019)

Pulling CO2 out of the air and using it could be a trillion-dollar business (Vox, Sept. 4, 2019)

2020 Democratic Candidates’ Climate Plans (Inside Climate News, Sept. 4, 2019)

What Does ’12 Years to Act on Climate Change’ (Now 11 Years) Really Mean? (Inside Climate News, Aug. 27, 2019)

Inside the Amazon, a wealth of services for the whole planet (Christian Science Monitor, Aug. 27, 2019)

Who Owns the Amazon? (New York Times, Aug. 27, 2019)

The Amazon rainforest is on fire. Climate scientists fear a tipping point is near (Los Angeles Times, Aug. 26, 2019)

Jay Inslee on Quitting the Race, and That Onion Headline (New York Times, Aug. 26, 2019)

The Amazon is Burning (Washington Post, Aug. 22, 2019)

Grieving for the environment, without saying ‘climate change’ (Christian Science Monitor, Aug. 21, 2019)

New IPCC Report Shows How Our Abuse of Land Drives Climate Change (Wired, Aug. 8, 2019)

This Land Is the Only Land There Is (The Atlantic, Aug. 8, 2019)

Climate gloom and innovation bloom (Christian Science Monitor, Aug. 8, 2019)

Climate change could trigger a global food crisis, new U.N. report says (NBC News, Aug. 8, 2019)

Changing climate imperils global food and water supplies, new U.N. study finds (Washington Post, Aug. 8, 2019)

What does climate change have to do with socialism? (Christian Science Monitor, Aug. 5, 2019)

Here’s how the hottest month in recorded history unfolded around the world (Washington Post, Aug. 5, 2019)

Record heatwave ‘made much more likely’ by human impact on climate (The Guardian, Aug. 2, 2019)

Ethiopia plants 353 million trees in one day to restore forests and fight climate change (Yahoo News, July 31, 2019)

U.K. has hottest day ever as Europe broils in record heat (NBC News, July 25, 2019)

No Climate Event in 2,000 Years Compares to What’s Happening Now (The Atlantic, July 24, 2019)

It will feel much hotter in WA over the next century. We aren’t prepared (Crosscut, July 22, 2019)

UN chief António Guterres asks all countries to plan for carbon neutrality by 2050 (Climate Change News, July 22, 2019)

These Candidates See Farming as a Climate Solution. Here’s What They’re Proposing. (Inside Climate News, July 19, 2019)

Maine is in the midst of an environmental revolution (Christian Science Monitor, July 7, 2019)

The future of America was on display in Alaska this week (Washington Post, July 5, 2019)

Tree planting ‘has mind-blowing potential’ to tackle climate crisis (The Guardian, July 4, 2019)

One Thing You Can Do: Beat the Heat Efficiently (New York Times, July 3, 2019)

Iguanas spread in Florida as climate warms: ‘They’re a menace’ (Washington Post, July 2, 2019)

Urban British Columbia No Longer Safe from Wildfire Threat: Areas like Vancouver’s North Shore are preparing for the worst as fire risk increases (The Tyee, June 27, 2019)

Seattle Will Open Clean-Air Shelters As Relief From Wildfire Smoke (CityLab, June 25, 2019)

Growing pollution problem: Smoke from wildfires (Christian Science Monitor, June 25, 2019)

Glacier National Park could be glacierless by 2030 (Christian Science Monitor, June 18, 2019)

Trump’s uphill battle to save coal (Axios, June 19, 2019)

Temperatures leap 40 degrees above normal as the Arctic Ocean and Greenland ice sheet see record June melting (Washington Post, June 14, 2019)

America’s renewable energy capacity is now greater than coal (CNN, June 12, 2019)

The new climate consensus (Third Way, June 12, 2019)

The new plan to remove a trillion tons of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere: Bury it (Washington Post, June 12, 2019

Climate change antidote: Going green with city forests (Christian Science Monitor, June 10, 2019)

The ‘Great Dying’ Nearly Erased Life On Earth. Scientists See Similarities To Today (NPR, June 4, 2019)

Renewable Energy Costs Take Another Tumble, Making Fossil Fuels Look More Expensive Than Ever (Forbes, May 29, 2019)

Washington’s 100% clean electricity law touted as nation’s strongest — but how will it work? (KNKX, May 14, 2019)

Human society under urgent threat from loss of Earth’s natural life (The Guardian, May 6, 2019)

The winding path to Washington’s clean-energy future (Seattle Times, May 2, 2019)

How to shop, cook and eat in a warming world (New York Times, April 30, 2019)

How offshore drilling became a losing proposition (Christian Science Monitor, April 29, 2019)

Why the climate protests that disrupted London were different (Vox, April 26, 2019)

‘It’s a groundswell’: the farmers fighting to save the Earth’s soil (The Guardian, April 24, 2019)

Millions more Americans breathing dirty air as planet warms, study finds (The Guardian, April 23, 2019)

We’re losing the war on climate change | John D. Sutter (CNN, April 22, 2019)

A closer look at Washington’s superb new 100% clean electricity bill (Vox, April 18, 2019)

Satellite confirms key NASA temperature data: The planet is warming — and fast (Washington Post, April 17, 2019)

New climate models predict a warming surge (Science, April 16, 2019)

Progress on WA climate bills could boost Inslee’s 2020 hopes (Crosscut, April 16, 2019)

How global cities are going green (Curbed, April 16, 2019)

Nebraskans talk extreme weather. Just don’t call it climate change. (Christian Science Monitor, April 16, 2019)

House OKs 100 percent clean energy in Washington by 2045 (Associated Press, April 11, 2019)

Legally, ‘climate refugees’ don’t exist. But in Georgia, they say they’re already here. (PRI, April 8, 2019)

A Future Without Fossil Fuels? | Bill McKibben (New York Review of Books, April 4, 2019)

Toxic air will shorten children’s lives by 20 months, study reveals (The Guardian, April 2, 2019)

We should discuss soil as much as we talk about coal | Bill Gates (Gates Notes, March 26, 2019)

‘Coal is on the way out’: study finds fossil fuel now pricier than solar or wind (The Guardian, March 25, 2019)

The Quest for a 100% Green Grid: Five Takeaways on Getting There (Bloomberg, March 25, 2019)

Fed Researcher Warns Climate Change Could Spur Financial Crisis (Bloomberg, March 25, 2019)

In blow to climate, coal plants emitted more than ever in 2018 (Washington Post, March 25, 2019)

Global carbon dioxide emissions reached record high in 2018 (Axios, March 25, 2019)

Climate Challenge Will Be Harder Than It Seems, JPMorgan Executive Warns (Bloomberg, March 19, 2019)

America Cares About Climate Change Again (The Atlantic, March 19, 2019)

The ocean absorbs billions of tons of carbon every year, and the process is accelerating, study shows (Seattle Times, March 14, 2019)

Washington House passes clean-fuels legislation sought by Inslee (Seattle Times, March 13, 2019)

‘Our future is what we are fighting for’: Schoolkids go on strike over climate change (Washington Post, March 13, 2019)

Tiny Costa Rica Has a Green New Deal, Too. It Matters for the Whole Planet. (New York Times, March 12, 2019)

It’s 2050 And This Is How We Stopped Climate Change (NPR, March 11, 2019)

Republicans who believe in climate change seek antidote to Green New Deal (NBC News, March 10, 2019)

Senators Lisa Murkowski and Joe Manchin: It’s time to act on climate change — responsibly (Washington Post, March 8, 2019)

New Market Planned to Pay Farmers for Soil Carbon, Water Quality (Regeneration International, March 6, 2019)

Fighting for climate action with ‘The Uninhabitable Earth’ author David Wallace-Wells (Podcast with MSNBC’s Chris Hayes, March 5, 2019)

Michael Bloomberg launches ‘Beyond Carbon’ campaign | Michael R. Bloomerg (Bloomberg, March 5, 2019)

Whose Key West? Climate change is driving up the price of paradise (Christian Science Monitor, March 1, 2019)

NASA Says Earth Is Greener Today Than 20 Years Ago Thanks To China, India (Forbes, Feb. 28, 2019)

Jay Inslee Wants to be a Candidate for the Climate-Change Era (The New Yorker, Feb. 28, 2019)

Even Seattle finds it’s just too hard being green | Danny Westneat (Seattle Times, Feb. 27, 2019)

Evidence for man-made global warming hits ‘gold standard’: scientists (Reuters, Feb. 25, 2019)

The fierce urgency of climate change (Washington Post, Feb. 24, 2019)

Time to Panic | David Wallace-Wells (New York Times, Feb. 16, 2019)

Florida is drowning. Condos are still being built. Can’t humans see the writing on the wall? (The Guardian, Feb. 15, 2019)

Pretend It’s Aliens: A neat mental trick to understand the climate battle ahead (New York Times, Feb. 13, 2019)

WA’s push for climate-friendly fuels could also grow jobs (Crosscut, Jan. 31, 2019)

Zero by 2050: Understanding the Challenge Before Us (Third Way, Jan. 31, 2019)

Life after coal: Miners wonder how they fit into a low-carbon future (Christian Science Monitor, Jan. 28, 2019)

Carbon-free energy by 2045 is goal of legislation introduced in Washington Legislature (Tacoma News Tribune, Jan. 25, 2019)

Climate change should be the #1 priority at Davos | Christiana Figueres and
Greta Thunberg (Washington Post, Jan. 23, 2019)

The unprecedented surge in fear about climate change (The Atlantic, Jan. 23, 2019)

Global Warming Concerns Rise Among Americans in New Poll (New York Times, Jan. 22, 2019)

Let’s keep the Green New Deal grounded in science (MIT Technology Review, Jan. 18, 2019)

‘We need to respond to this crisis’: Vancouver councillors unanimously approve motion declaring climate emergency (National Post, Jan. 17, 2019)

Winters are warming faster than summers. These US cities could lose weeks of freezing days by 2050. (Vox, Jan. 29, 2019)

Jay Inslee: The next president must make climate change the top priority (Washington Post, Jan. 17, 2019)

Poll: After 2018’s smoke and dead orcas, voters want environmental action (Crosscut, Jan. 16, 2019)

8 percent of Americans recently changed their minds on climate. What gives? (Grist, Jan. 16, 2019)

After years of decline, US carbon emissions are rising again (Vox, Jan. 9, 2019)

U.S. Carbon Emissions Surged in 2018 Even as Coal Plants Closed (New York Times, Jan. 8, 2019)

The Green New Deal Rises Again | Thomas Friedman (New York Times, Jan. 8, 2019)

Democrats debate how to face “the existential threat of our time” (Axios, Jan. 4, 2019)

Oregon poised to ride “green” wave for climate action (Salem Statesman Journal, Jan. 4, 2019)

How we can combat climate change: 11 policy ideas to protect the planet (Washington Post, Jan. 2, 2019)

After the events of 2018, climate change should be our biggest priority | Jon Talton (Seattle Times, Jan. 1, 2019)

The Story of 2018 Was Climate Change | David Leonhardt (New York Times, Dec. 30, 2018)

Climate and energy news in 2018 actually wasn’t all bad (Vox, Dec. 28, 2018)

How the year’s environmental losses could spark hope in 2019 (Crosscut, Dec. 28, 2018)

9 Renewable Energy Highlights of 2018 (EcoWatch, Dec. 27, 2018)

President Trump’s retreat on the environment is unfolding in consequential ways for the health and safety of Americans (New York Times, Dec. 26, 2018)

6 Glimmers of Climate Optimism for the End of a Dark Year (Fast Company, Dec. 24, 2018)

The Green New Deal, explained | David Roberts (Vox, Dec. 21, 2018)

Why don’t we care about climate change? (The Globe and Mail, Dec. 21, 2018)

Commentary: Xcel Energy is going 100% clean. Now it’s Washington State’s turn (Energy News Network, Dec. 19, 2019)

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The Worst Is Yet to Come for California’s Wildfires (The Atlantic, Nov. 12, 2018)

We Have to Save the Planet. So I’m Donating $1 Billion. | Hansjörg Wyss (New York Times, Oct. 31, 2018)

As the Antarctic Peninsula heats up, the rules of life there are being ripped apart (National Geographic, Oct. 30, 2018)

60% of world’s wildlife has been wiped out since 1970 (CBC, Oct. 28, 2018)

Rising insurance costs may convince Americans that climate change risks are real (The Conversation, Oct. 22, 2018)

In North Carolina, hurricanes did what scientists could not: Convince Republicans that climate change is real (Washington Post, Oct. 18, 2018)

Fact Check: ‘I Don’t Know That It’s Man-Made,’ Trump Says of Climate Change. It Is. (New York Times, Oct. 17, 2018)

If the U.S. goes green, it can avoid economic hardship and prevent at-risk nations from going dark (Forbes, Oct. 16, 2018)

‘It’ll change back’: Trump says climate change not a hoax, but denies lasting impact (The Guardian, Oct. 15, 2018)

10 ways to accelerate progress against climate change (Vox, Oct. 11, 2018)

Hellfire: This is what our future looks like (The Guardian, Oct. 10, 2018)

How climate change hits NW national parks extra hard (Crosscut, Oct. 5, 2018)

Why the next three months are crucial for the future of the planet (The Guardian, Oct. 5, 2018)

‘A prisoner of environment’: is it time to leave the American west? (The Guardian, Oct. 5, 2018)

Climate scientists are struggling to find the right words for very bad news (Washington Post, Oct. 3, 2018)

Floods. Wildfires. Yet Few Candidates Are Running on Climate Change. (New York Times, Oct. 2, 2018)

How to show Trump you care about climate change | Wash. Gov. Jay Inslee (CNN, Oct. 2, 2018)

Utilities have a problem: the public wants 100% renewable energy, and quick (Vox, Oct. 2, 2018)

Fighting climate change is too expensive because destroying the planet is cost-free | Tom Toles (Washington Post, Oct. 1, 2018)

Scientists Weigh Call for Much Deeper Cuts to Coal Pollution (Bloomberg, Sept. 30, 2018)

Trump administration sees a 7-degree rise in global temperatures by 2100 (Washington Post, Sept. 28, 2018)

New Climate Debate: How to Adapt to the End of the World (Bloomberg, Sept. 26, 2018)

Study: Climate Change Hits National Parks Hard. North Cascades Is No Exception (KUOW, Sept. 25, 2018)

Saving Scotland’s Heritage From the Rising Seas (New York Times, Sept. 25, 2018)

Meet the ‘climate refugees’ who already had to leave their homes (The Guardian, Sept. 24, 2018)

Climate Change Will Cost U.S. More in Economic Damage Than Any Other Country But One (Inside Climate News, Sept. 24, 2018)

Lakes are bubbling and hissing with a dangerous greenhouse gas — methane (Washington Post, Sept. 22, 2018)

At this rate, Earth risks sea level rise of 20 to 30 feet, historical analysis shows (Washington Post, Sept. 20, 2018)

Climate change is real. Welcome to the new normal. (Washington Post, Sept. 17, 2018)

California law would make state’s electricity grid 100 percent carbon free by 2045 (Washington Post, Sept. 13, 2018)

Beyond Evacuations: Climate Change May Mean Abandoning Our Coasts Forever (Vice, Sept. 13, 2018)

How Much Hotter Is Your Hometown Than When You Were Born? (New York Times, Aug. 31, 2018)

Miami Will Be Underwater Soon. Its Drinking Water Could Go First (Bloomberg, Aug. 29, 2018)

Tallying the economic costs of climate change (Christian Science Monitor, Aug. 16, 2018)
Heat: the next big inequality issue (The Guardian, Aug. 13, 2018)

When The Weather Is Extreme, Is Climate Change To Blame? (NPR, July 29, 2017)

Expedition Antarctica: A father and son’s journey to save the planet (CBS News, June 22, 2018)

Ex-NASA scientist: 30 years on, world is failing ‘miserably’ to address climate change (The Guardian, June 19, 2018)

Antarctic ice loss has tripled in a decade. If that continues, we are in serious trouble. (Washington Post, June 13, 2018)

We are almost certainly underestimating the economic risks of climate change (Vox, June 9, 2018)

2017 Was a Record Breaking Year for Renewables, But More Needs to Be Done to Meet Paris Goals (EcoWatch, June 4, 2018)

Washington law ordered public agencies to buy electric cars. They’re falling short, report says. (Seattle Times, May 29, 2018)

From peak CO2 to record-low sea ice: making sense of climate news (Christian Science Monitor, May 25, 2018)

Oregon Cuts 1 Million Tons Of Carbon Pollution From Its Fuel Supply (KUOW, May 25, 2018)

This tech offsets the carbon footprint of each item you buy (Fast Company, May 24, 2018)

Editorial: A new unity on solutions for climate change (Christian Science Monitor, May 24, 2018)

In a Warming West, theRio Grande Is Drying Up (New York Times, May 24, 2018)

California is shattering renewable records. So why are greenhouse emissions creeping up? (Grist, May 23, 2018

Anticipating the effects of climate change, King County sues major oil companies (Curbed, May 9, 2018)

Decreasing Cold Waves: The Most Potent Sign of Global Warming in the Pacific Northwest? (Cliff Mass Weather and Climate Blog, May 3, 2018)

Earth’s atmosphere just crossed another troubling climate change threshold (Washington Post, May 3 2018)

Even in Trump era, green energy innovation is sparking, not sputtering (Christian Science Monitor, April 27, 2018)

Florida and Texas are expected to take the biggest economic hit from climate change (MarketWatch, April 24, 2018)

4 States Get Over 30 Percent of Power from Wind — and All Lean Republican (Inside Climate News, April 20, 2018)

14 places most affected by climate change (Condé Nast Traveler, April 20, 2018)

Are environmentalists hypocrites? (Christian Science Monitor, April 20, 2018)

Global warming has changed the Great Barrier Reef ‘forever,’ scientists say (Washington Post April 18, 2018)

How a warmer Arctic could intensify extreme weather (Vox, April 17, 2018)

Shipping industry agrees to historic global emissions cut (Energy Manager Today, April 16, 2018)

Workers are climbing wind turbines to the middle class (NBC News, April 14, 2018)

Seas are rising too fast to save much of the Mississippi River Delta, scientists say (Washington Post, April 11, 2018)

Apple Now Globally Powered by 100% Renewables (EcoWatch, April 10, 2018)

There’s still hope on global warming — if the world gets to work (Washington Post Editorial, April 8, 2018)

81,000 solar panels: Washington’s largest solar farm planned near Lind (Spokane Spokesman-Review, April 8, 2018)

World invested more in solar energy than coal, gas and nuclear combined in 2017, UN report reveals (The Independent April 5, 2018)

Environmental Innovation Will Transform Business as Usual (EcoWatch, March 30, 2018)

How a conservative think tank is trying to tackle climate change (Washington Post, March 27, 2018)

Global Carbon Emissions Rise for First Time Since 2014 (EcoWatch, March 22, 2018)

Judge gets climate change lesson in oil suit (Seattle Times, March 20, 2018)

Feeling it: UW Bothell class helps students face emotional impact of a warming planet (Seattle Times, March 13, 2018)

TransAlta Unveils Plans for Largest Solar Project in State at Site of Former Coal Mine (The Chronicle March 13, 2018)

Schwarzenegger to Sue Big Oil for ‘First Degree Murder’ (Politico, March 12 2018)

The Dark Warning of an Early Spring (New York Times, March 11, 2018)

Get the Politics Out of Climate Change: There’s nothing left or right about avoiding an environmental disaster. (Bloomberg Editorial, March 8, 2018)

I was a Republican in Congress. My party needs to lead on the environment again. | Thomas B. Evans, Jr. (Delaware Online, March 8, 2018)

Climate change tightens grip on US west coast despite progressive aspirations (The Guardian, March 7, 2018)

U.S. loses bid to halt children’s climate change lawsuit (Reuters, March 7, 2018)

Federal court will hold first-ever hearing on climate change science (McClatchy, March 7, 2018)

New Report Predicts Rising Tides, More Flooding (NPR, March 5, 2018)

Winds of change: What will power the Northwest’s future? (Seattle Times, March 4, 2018)

The US Could Supply 80 Percent of Its Energy with Wind and Solar (Vice Motherboard, Feb. 27, 2018)

Regional solutions needed to deal with climate change (Columbia Basin Herald, Feb. 22. 2018)

See how Mount Rainier glaciers have vanished over time, with this eye-opening photo project (Seattle Times, Feb. 21, 2018)

How Six Americans Changed Their Minds About Global Warming (New York Times, Feb. 21, 2018)

13 Youths ‘in a Position of Danger’ Sue Washington State Over Climate Crisis (EcoWatch, Feb. 19, 2018)

World’s First Floating Wind Farm Exceeds Expectations (EcoWatch, Feb. 16, 2018)

Leaked U.N. climate report sees ‘very high risk’ the planet will warm beyond key limit (Washington Post, Feb. 14, 2018

Satellites show warming is accelerating sea level rise (Seattle Times, Feb. 12, 2018)

Why a Big Utility Is Embracing Wind and Solar (New York Times, Feb. 6, 2018)

‘Extreme’ rainstorms becoming more common in Seattle, says city meteorologist (Seattle Times, Feb 3, 2018)

California will put 5 million electric cars on the road by 2030, Gov. Jerry Brown says (Los Angeles Times, Jan. 26, 2018)

Colorado Releases Comprehensive EV Adoption Plan (, Jan. 26 2018)

Colorado EV Plan promises fast charging stations, huge ROI (CNET, Jan. 24, 2018) devoted its entire site to climate change today. Here’s why. (Washington Post, Jan. 25, 2018)

Macron: France Will Shut All Coal-Fired Power Stations by 2021 (EcoWatch, Jan. 25, 2018)

Big Tech Is Buying More Clean Energy Than Ever in the Trump Era (Bloomberg, Jan. 22, 2018)

Swallowed by the Sea | Nicholas Kristof (New York Times, Jan. 19, 2018)

Seeing Red on Climate — Young Republicans, reformed lobbyists, and green Tea Partiers: Meet America’s “eco-right” (Grist, Jan. 18, 2018)

The planet just had its hottest 4 years in recorded history. Trump is dismantling efforts to fight climate change. (Washington Post, Jan. 18, 2018)

Seattle area: We just experienced a wildly warm, record-breaking series of days in January (Seattle Times, Jan. 17, 2018)

In Colorado, a glimpse of renewable energy’s insanely cheap future (Vox, Jan. 16, 2018)

All Renewables Will Be Cost Competitive With Fossil Fuels by 2020 (EcoWatch, Jan. 15, 2018)

New York City sues Shell, ExxonMobil and other oil companies over climate change (Washington Post, Jan. 10, 2018)

Extreme hurricanes and wildfires made 2017 the most costly U.S. disaster year on record (Washington Post, Jan. 8, 2018)

A ‘Perfect Storm’: Extreme Winter Weather, Bitter Cold, and Climate Change | Michael Mann (Climate Reality Project, Jan. 4, 2018)

Why So Cold? Climate Change May Be Part of the Answer (New York Times, Jan. 3, 2018)

The most consequential environmental stories of 2017 (Washington Post, Jan. 1, 2018)

Why coal-rich Wyoming is investing big in wind power (Christian Science Monitor, Dec. 29, 2017)

How We Know It Was Climate Change (New York Times, Dec. 29, 2017)

Our Favorite Environmental Journalism of 2017 (EcoWatch, Dec. 26, 2017)

Cashing Out From the Climate Casino | Bill McKibben (New York Times, Dec. 15, 2017)

How Republicans Think About Climate Change — in Maps (New York Times, Dec. 15, 2017)

Without The U.S. Government, The World Unites To Fight Climate Change (NPR, Dec. 13, 2017)

The World Bank Will Stop Fossil Fuel Financing Beginning in 2019 (Futurism, Dec. 13, 2017)

After the pledge: Scientists scramble to make politicians’ climate goals a reality (Christian Science Monitor, Dec. 12, 2017)

One Planet Summit: World Bank to Stop Financing Oil, Gas Projects (EcoWatch, Dec. 12, 2017)

Much-Needed Hope for Planet Earth in ‘Happening: A Clean Energy Revolution’ (, Dec. 11, 2017)

The most accurate climate change models predict the most alarming consequences, study finds (Washington Post, Dec. 6, 2017)

Six Ways We Can Adapt to Climate Change (New York Times, Dec. 5, 2017)

America Crowns a New Pollution King: Transportation (Bloomberg, Dec. 4, 2017)

Forest gumption: How scientists are tapping everything from drones to pruning shears to stem global warming (Christian Science Monitor, Dec. 3, 2018)

Top Credit Agency to Cities and States: Prepare for Climate Change or Face Lower Credit Rating (Yale Environment 360, Dec. 1, 2017)

Why Lost Ice Means Lost Hope for an Inuit Village (New York Times, Nov. 25, 2017)

Report: Social Cost of Carbon Has Been Drastically Underestimated (EcoWatch, Nov. 21, 2017)

In Our View: Let’s Lead on Clean Energy (The Columbian, Nov. 20, 2017)

Can Carbon-Dioxide Removal Save the World? (The New Yorker, Nov. 20, 2017)

Here’s what Earth might look like in 100 years — if we’re lucky (Business Insider, Nov. 14, 2017)

Analysis: Global CO2 Emissions Set to Rise 2% in 2017 After Three-Year ‘Plateau’ (EcoWatch, Nov. 14, 2017)

Right-leaning American Conservative Coalition takes up Roosevelt’s environment mantle, and hopes the GOP will follow (CNBC, Nov. 13, 2017)

Thousands of scientists issue bleak ‘second notice’ to humanity (Washington Post, Nov. 13, 2017)

The seven megatrends that could beat global warming: ‘There is reason for hope’ (The Guardian, Nov 10, 2017)

100% Renewable Electricity to Power the World by 2050? It’s Happening, Study Says (EcoWatch, Nov. 8, 2017)

More Companies Than Ever Are Including Carbon Pricing In Their Business Plans (CleanTechnica, Nov. 7, 2017)

Moyers and McKibben: Time Is Running Out for the Planet (, Nov. 7, 2017)

The Climate Risks We Face (New York Times, Nov. 6, 2017)

Trump administration releases report finding ‘no convincing alternative explanation’ for climate change (Washington Post, Nov. 3, 2017)

U.S. Report Says Humans Cause Climate Change, Contradicting Top Trump Officials (New York Times, Nov. 3, 2017)

Despite Trump, the world is turning a corner on climate change (Washington Post, Nov. 1, 2017)

Las Vegas shines as a model for solar power (Christian Science Monitor, Oct. 27, 2017)

The Uninhabitable Village (New York Times, Oct. 26, 2017)

New science suggests the ocean could rise more — and faster — than we thought (Washington Post, Oct. 26, 2017)

Congressional Auditor Urges Action to Address Climate Change (New York Times, Oct. 24, 2017)

GAO: Climate change already costing government billions (The Hill, Oct. 24, 2017)

Government watchdog wants Trump administration to address price tag of climate change (Washington Post, Oct. 24, 2017)

Climate Change Report: Potential Economic Effects (U.S. Government Accountability Office, Oct 24, 2017)

Cantwell, Collins Release GAO Report Showing Climate Change Will Cost the Government Trillions of Dollars: This year alone, the economic cost of climate change to the U.S. will exceed $300 billion (Office of Sen. Maria Cantwell, Oct. 23, 2017)

Report: Rising sea levels could flood Seattle-area homes by end of century (Seattle Times, Oct. 20, 2017)

How many Seattle homes could be underwater by 2100? [Updated] (Curbed Seattle, Oct. 18, 2017)

Pollution kills 9 million people each year, new study finds (Washington Post, Oct. 19, 2017)

Will Northern California Soon Have Southern California’s Climate? (The Atlantic, Oct. 17, 2017)

Five Climate Truths Donald Trump Doesn’t Understand (New York Times, Oct. 15, 2017)

Fire and floods: Did climate play a role in this fall’s disasters? (Christian Science Monitor, Oct. 13, 2017)

E.P.A. Says It Will Write a New Carbon Rule, but No One Can Say When (New York Times, Oct. 10, 2017)

E.P.A. Announces Repeal of Major Obama-Era Carbon Emissions Rule (New York Times, Oct. 9, 2017)

Our Changing Climate Mind-Set (New York Times, Oct. 7, 2017)

There are now 30 self-proclaimed climate-concerned House R’s. This new bill could be their gut check. (Carbon Tax Center, Oct. 5, 2017)

Using outer space to help cool buildings on Earth (Christian Science Monitor, Oct. 2, 2017)

Climate Alliance is ‘on track’ for Paris pact with Washington Gov. Jay Inslee’s support (GeekWire, Sept. 20, 2017)

The Real Unknown of Climate Change: Our Behavior (New York Times, Sept. 18, 2017)

High probability: Devastating impact from global warming | David Brooks (New York Times, Sept. 13, 2017)

Irma, and the Rise of Extreme Rain | David Leonhardt (New York Times, Sept. 12, 2017)

Stop talking right now about the threat of climate change. It’s here; it’s happening | Bill McKibben (The Guardian, Sept. 11, 2017)

Damage from Hurricane Irma, Harvey Add to Growing U.S. Costs of Climate Change (Inside Climate News, Sept. 11, 2017)

Pope Francis warns “history will judge” climate change deniers (Vox, Sept. 11, 2017)

Miami’s mayor on Hurricane Irma: ‘If this isn’t climate change, I don’t know what is’ (Miami Herald, Sept. 8, 2017)

What Will Happen If We Fail to Address the Climate Crisis (Bill Moyers, Sept. 6, 2017)

We Don’t Deny Harvey, So Why Deny Climate Change? (New York Times, Sept. 2, 2017)

Hurricane Harvey: Readers weigh in (Seattle Times, Sept. 1, 2017)

In Hurricane Harvey’s Wake, We Need a Green ‘New Deal’ (New York Times, August 31, 2017)

Harvey has your eyes this week, but climate change needs your action | Jerry Large (Seattle Times, August 31, 2017)

Harvey should be the turning point in fighting climate change (Washington Post, August 29, 2017)

Harvey, the Storm That Humans Helped Cause (New York Times, August 29, 2017)

If Donald Trump won’t tackle climate change, then Chicago will | Rahm Emanuel (The Guardian, August 29, 2017)

It’s a fact: climate change made Hurricane Harvey more deadly | Michael E. Mann (The Guardian, August 28, 2017)

Harvey Is What Climate Change Looks Like (Politico, August 28, 2017)

U.S. Energy Agency Asked Scientists to Scrub References to Climate Change (Scientific American, August 28, 2017)

Alaska’s Permafrost is Thawing (New York Times, August 22, 2017)

Rising sea levels will create climate refugees | Video (CBS News, August 21, 2017)

Spokane adopts Sustainability Action Plan (KNKX Radio, July 18, 2017)

Are We as Doomed as That New York Magazine Article Says? Why it’s so hard to talk about the worst problem in the world (The Atlantic, July 10, 2017)

The Man Who Coined the Term ‘Global Warming’ on the Worst-Case Scenario for Planet Earth (New York, July 10, 2017)

When Will The Planet Be Too Hot For Humans? Much, Much Sooner Than You Imagine (New York, July 9, 2017)

Disturbing before-and-after images show what major US cities could look like in the year 2100 (Business Insider, June 27, 2017)

These experts say we have three years to get climate change under control. And they’re the optimists. (Washington Post, June 29, 2017)

As Climate Changes, Southern States Will Suffer More Than Others (New York Times, June 29, 2017)

Carbon in Atmosphere Is Rising, Even as Emissions Stabilize (New York Times, June 26, 2017)

Extreme Heat Waves Will Change How We Live. We’re Not Ready (TIME, June 23, 2017)

No, Cities Are Not Actually Leading on Climate. Enough With the Mindless Cheerleading (Green Tech Media, June 21, 2017)

The science behind Arizona’s record-setting heat wave (Pacific Standard, June 20, 2017)

Brazil’s president announces plan to protect forest – after plea from Gisele (The Guardian, June 20, 2017)

By 2100, Deadly Heat May Threaten Majority of Humankind (National Geographic, June 19, 2017)

Climate change cost: What will be B.C.’s price tag? (CBC News, June 17, 2017)

Vast majority of U.S. cities ignore climate commitments (National Review, June 15, 2017)

Renewable Energy Record Set in U.S. (National Geographic, June 15, 2017)

Scientists stunned by Antarctic rainfall and a melt area bigger than Texas (Washington Post, June 15, 2017)

Scientists say the rapid sinking of Louisiana’s coast already counts as a ‘worst case scenario’ (Washington Post, June 15, 2017

The Trump Response to the Kids’ Climate Lawsuit Isn’t Denial. It’s Evasion. (Slate, June 15, 2017)

A Wall Street veteran’s views on climate risk: We must act now (The Hill, June 13, 2017)

Trump Tells Mayor Of Sinking U.S. Island Not To Worry About Climate Change (Huffington Post, June 13, 2017)

Town That Helped Power Northwest Feels Left Behind In Shift Away From Coal (NPR, June 10, 2017)

Va. Gov. Terry McAuliffe: How states can lead on clean energy (Washington Post, June 9, 2017)

Seven former heads of Energy renewables office balk at Trump budget (Washington Post, June 8, 2017)

Editorial: Pressure Puget Sound Energy to abandon all coal (Seattle Times, June 7, 2017)

In Trump Country, Renewable Energy Is Thriving (New York Times, June 6, 2017)

Post-ABC poll: Nearly 6 in 10 oppose Trump scrapping Paris agreement (Washington Post, June 3, 2017)

Solar’s rise lifted blue-collar workers in N.C. Now they’re worried about Trump. (Washington Post, June 3, 2017)

Opinion: Climate Anger Isn’t Enough (New York Times, June 2, 2017)

Paris pullout: Defiant US Climate Alliance emerges in its wake (Christian Science Monitor, June 2, 2017)

California and Other States Step Into the Climate Policy Void (NBC News, June 2, 2017)

Der Spiegel: Donald Trump’s Triumph of Stupidity (Spiegel Online, June 2, 2017)

‘Climate Change Is Real’: Many U.S. Companies Lament Paris Accord Exit (New York Times, June 1, 2017)

Bucking Trump, These Cities, States and Companies Commit to Paris Accord (New York Times, June 1, 2017)

Trump Will Withdraw U.S. From Paris Climate Agreement (New York Times, June 1, 2017)

What to Expect as U.S. Leaves Paris Climate Accord (New York Times, June 1, 2017)

Can Climate Pact Survive if History’s Top Polluter Leaves? (New York Times, June 1, 2017)

Why climate-deal pullout may have unexpected results (Christian Science Monitor, May 31, 2017)

The big political takeaways on the U.S. exiting the Paris agreement (Washington Post, June 1, 2017)

Renewable energy continues to grow globally, despite Trump moving in the opposite direction (Associated Press, June 1, 2017)

All the ways Trump is shredding Obama’s climate agenda (Politico, May 31, 2017)

Cliff Mass and Charles Mudede Debate Climate Change! The Fate of Humanity Hangs in the Balance! (The Stranger, May 31, 2017)

The Ghost of Climate-Change Future (The Atlantic, May 30, 2017)

Antarctic Dispatches: Racing to Find Answers in the Ice (New York Times, May 18, 2017)

Earth could break through a major climate threshold in the next 15 years, scientists warn (Washington Post, May 9, 2017)

The face of environmentalism isn’t so white anymore. That’ll define its success today. (Vox, May 4, 2017)

The EPA climate website taken down for review was accurate, scientists say (Washington Post, May 4, 2017)

In the Trump White House, the momentum has turned against the Paris climate agreement (Washington Post, May 3, 2017)

Should US exit the Paris climate deal? Some fossil-fuel firms say no. (Christian Science Monitor, May 2, 2017)

Could making climate change a ‘pro-life’ issue bring conservatives on board? (Christian Science Monitor, May 2, 2017)

You probably have eco anxiety. You just don’t know it | A new podcast from KUOW explores the choices we make in a world we have changed

Richard Branson on Trump’s coal plans: ‘I can’t think of anything more stupid’ (Washington Post, May 2, 2017)

Laying a road map for states, liberal senators introduce bill to end U.S. fossil fuel use by 2050 (Washington Post, April 27, 2017)

Climate Evangelists Are Taking Over Your Local Weather Forecast (Bloomberg, April 26, 2017)

Is employee activism on sustainability nearing a tipping point? (Green Biz, April 26, 2017)

Seattle Crushes Rain Record, While Rival Portland Wet, Too (US News & World Report, April 25, 2017)

Record-breaking climate events all over the world are being shaped by global warming, scientists find (Washington Post, April 24, 2017)

Seattle’s March for Science draws thousands on Earth Day — including a Nobel Prize winner (Seattle Times, April 22, 2017)

Voices from the Seattle March for Science Protest (The Stranger, April 22, 2017)

Tacoma March for Science: Keep your politics out of our facts (The News Tribune, April 22, 2017)

Scientists and supporters rally at Spokane’s Riverfront Park (Spokesman-Review, April 22, 2017)

John Kerry: Why I’m an optimist this Earth Day (Washington Post, April 22, 2017)

New section: Climate Changed (Bloomberg, April 22, 2017)

Climate Change is Now | David Leonhardt (New York Times, April 21, 2017)

For First Time Since 1800s, Britain Goes a Day Without Burning Coal for Electricity (New York Times, April 21, 2017)

The Planet Can’t Stand This Presidency (New York Times, April 20, 2017)

Our Climate Future Is Actually Our Climate Present (New York Times, April 19, 2017)

How a melting Arctic changes everything (Bloomberg, April 19, 2017)

How a warming planet drives human migration (New York Times, April 19, 2017)

Wind power to fuel Sound Transit light-rail trains (Seattle Times, April 19, 2017)

Coal Museum Sees the Future; Trump Doesn’t (New York Times, April 19, 2017)

Big Business Pushes Coal-Friendly Kentucky To Embrace Renewables (NPR, April 17, 2017)

In quest for clean power, Microsoft wants to bypass Puget Sound Energy under new deal (Seattle Times, April 13, 2017)

Guess Who’s for a Carbon Tax Now (New York Times, April 11, 2017)

Carbon tax is down but don’t count it out (Crosscut, April 11, 2017)

Portland, Multnomah County commit to using 100% renewable energy by 2050 (The Oregonian, April 10, 2017)

Climate Progress, With or Without Trump | Michael R. Bloomberg (New York Times, March 31, 2017)

Climate change: global reshuffle of wildlife will have huge impacts on humanity (The Guardian, March 30, 2017)

Why Trump rollback of Obama climate policies could be a long slog (Christian Science Monitor, March 28, 2017)

Could a Moore’s Law for carbon emissions halt climate change? (Christian Science Monitor, March 24, 2017)

The Great Barrier Reef is dying (Washington Post, March 19, 2017)

Republicans Break Ranks With Pledge to Fight Climate Change (Bloomberg, March 15, 2017)

The House Republicans Calling for Climate Action in the Trump Era (including Dave Reichert) (The Atlantic, March 15, 2017)

Trump mileage policy could put carmaker innovation at risk (Christian Science Monitor, March 15, 2017)

Obama left Trump a major climate-change report — and independent scientists just said it’s accurate (Washington Post, March 15, 2017)

Carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is rising at the fastest rate ever recorded (Washington Post, March 13, 2017)

E.P.A. Chief Doubts Consensus View of Climate Change (New York Times, March 9, 2017)

How climate influences weather: six questions (Christian Science Monitor, March 1, 2017)

White House eyes plan to cut EPA staff by one-fifth, eliminating key programs (Washington Post, March 1, 2017)

China smashes solar energy records, as coal use and CO2 emissions fall once again (ThinkProgress, Feb. 28, 2017)

Members of Congress met to discuss the costs of climate change. They ended up debating its existence. (Washington Post, Feb. 28, 2017)

The conservative case for a carbon tax (The Olympian, Feb. 20, 2017)

Two cheers for a carbon tax, but don’t expect it to fix everything (Washington Post, Feb. 19, 2017)

Wildlife more threatened by climate change than previously thought (Christian Science Monitor, Feb. 15, 2017)

More evidence of global melt: Antarctic sea ice at record lows (Christian Science Monitor, Feb. 15, 2017)

Progressives Need to Get Over Themselves and Support This GOP-Backed Carbon-Tax Plan (The Nation, Feb. 14, 2017)

Humans are changing the climate 170 times faster than natural forces (Yale Environment 360, Feb. 13, 2017)

Washington could double down on clean energy (Crosscut, Feb. 13, 2017)

Big energy hugely underestimates electric cars, renewable power (Green car Reports, Feb. 12, 2017)

A Price On Carbon Is Neither Liberal Nor Conservative. It’s Just Practical (Huffington Post, Feb. 12, 2017)

Want ‘climate change consensus’? Let’s form the McChrystal Commission. Hugh Hewitt (Washington Post, Feb. 9, 2017)

‘A Conservative Climate Solution’: Republican Group Calls for Carbon Tax (New York Times, Feb. 7, 2017)

For Republicans, carbon tax isn’t dead, just dormant (Christian Science Monitor, Feb. 3, 2017)

Republicans Try a New Tack on Climate Change (New York Times, Feb. 2, 2017)

Why a climate economist is giving carbon’s ‘social cost’ a second look (Christian Science Monitor, Feb. 1, 2017)

Congress and Trump have begun reversing multiple Obama rules on the environment — and more (Washington Post, Feb. 1, 2017)

In America’s Heartland, Discussing Climate Change Without Saying ‘Climate Change’ (New York Times, Jan. 28, 2017)

China’s war on coal continues — the country just canceled 104 new coal plants (Vox, Jan. 27, 2017)

Seattle-native-turned-climate-scientist: Numbers don’t lie about human impact on Earth | Jerry Large (Seattle Times, Jan. 26, 2017)

How 21 kids could keep climate websites from going completely dark (Mashable, Jan. 26, 2017)

What Trump Can and Can’t Do to Dismantle Obama’s Climate Rules (New York Times, Jan. 26, 2017)

2016 Officially Declared Hottest Year on Record (Climate Reality Project, Jan. 25, 2017)

As U.S. Cedes Leadership on Climate, Others Step Up at Davos (New York Times, Jan. 21, 2017)

With Trump in Charge, Climate Change References Purged From Website (Jan. 20, 2017)

Americans increasingly view global warming as a threat (, Jan. 18, 2017)

Heating up: Earth breaks record for hottest year, for the third time in a row (Christian Science Monitor, Jan. 18, 2017)

No Hoax: 2016 Was the Hottest Year on Record (Bloomberg, Jan. 18, 2017)

U.S. scientists officially declare 2016 the hottest year on record. That makes three in a row. (Washington Post, Jan. 18, 2017)

Scientists react to Earth’s warmest year: ‘We are heading into a new unknown’ (Washington Post, Jan., 18, 2017)

Xi at Davos Urges Trump to Stay in ‘Hard Won’ Paris Climate Deal (Bloomberg, Jan. 17, 2017)

Not even Trump can easily reverse our progress on climate change (Washington Post, Jan. 16, 2017)

Trump, Putin and the Pipelines to Nowhere | Alex Steffen (Medium, Dec. 15, 2016)

Scientists have a new way to calculate what global warming costs. Trump’s team isn’t going to like it. (Washington Post, Jan. 12, 2017)

His zeal isn’t clear, but Tillerson calls climate change a ‘threat’ (Christian Science Monitor, Jan. 11, 2017)

Scientists just discovered a massive pool of carbon in central Africa that nobody knew was there (Washington Post, Jan. 11, 2017)

This bumble bee was everywhere. Now it’s on the endangered species list. (Washington Post, Jan. 10, 2017)

Antarctica is about to lose an enormous piece of ice. The question is what happens after that. (Washington Post, Jan. 10, 2017)

A new, safer way to monitor the warming oceans (Crosscut, Jan. 9, 2017)

Without action on climate change, say goodbye to polar bears (Washington Post, Jan. 9, 2017)

Obama in scientific journal: ‘The trend toward clean energy is irreversible’ (Washington Post, Jan. 9, 2017)

Nixon went to China. Can Trump do climate change? | Bob Inglis (The Christian Science Monitor, Dec. 20, 2016)

The coming battle between the Trump team and economists over the true cost of climate change (Washington Post, Dec. 22, 2016)

Ecology Department Recommends More Stringent Targets For Carbon Emissions In Washington (KNKX 88.5 FM, Dec. 20, 2016)

Judge: Seattle kids can move ahead with climate rights case (Associated Press, Dec. 20, 2016)

Scientists confirm that warm ocean water is melting the biggest glacier in East Antarctica (Washington Post, Dec. 16, 2016)

This Is What Climate Change Costs Us (New York Times, Dec. 15, 2016)

The Arctic just had its hottest year on record ‘by far,’ scientists say (Washington Post, Dec. 13, 2016)

The U.S. solar industry is booming — and it isn’t afraid of Trump (Washington Post, Dec. 14, 2016)

Shrinking mountain glaciers are ‘categorical evidence’ of climate change, scientists say (Washington Post, Dec. 13, 2016)

Washington State Opinion Polling Shows Strong Support for Climate Action (Plan Washington, Nov. 28, 2016)

Washington teens sue over emissions policy (Christian Science Monitor, Nov. 23, 2016)

The big melt: Sea ice hits record lows at both North and South Poles (Christian Science Monitor, Nov. 20, 2016)

What Trump really means for global progress on climate change (Christian Science Monitor, Nov. 19, 2016)

Letter to Trump: why businesses could be the face of climate progress (Christian Science Monitor, Nov. 18, 2016)

Climate action far from dead in Washington (The Olympian, Nov. 18, 2016)

Take a deep breath and don’t freak out about the future of clean energy under Trump (Washington Post, Nov. 16, 2016)

2016 on course to be hottest on record, says UN weather agency (Christian Science Monitor, Nov. 14, 2016)

Stunningly good news for the planet: Carbon emissions were flat for the third straight year (Washington Post, Nov. 13, 2016)

There will never be a better time to save the planet | Alex Steffen (Medium, Nov. 10, 2016)

Canada PM says to stick to carbon price plan despite Trump win (Reuters, Nov. 10, 2016)

Bridging the partisan divide: Carbon pricing offers efficient climate change solution (Mountain Xpress, Nov. 10, 2016)

Earth Just Experienced the Hottest Five Years on Record (Bloomberg, Nov. 8, 2016)

Feeling the burn: 2011-2015 was hottest five-year span on record, UN says (Christian Science Monitor, Nov. 8, 2016)

Naomi Klein Is Wrong On The Policy That Could Change Everything (Carbon Tax Center, Nov. 7, 2016)

Why Climate Change Divides Us (Christian Science Monitor, Oct. 12, 2016)

Flooding of Coast, Caused by Global Warming, Has Already Begun (New York Times, Sept. 4, 2016)

China-US agree to ratify climate change pact: Why that’s a big deal (Christian Science Monitor, Sept. 3, 2016)

Climate Change Could Cost Millennials $8.8 Trillion (Next City, August 23, 2016)

Cruel Summer: Floods, fires and heat (Mashable, August 22, 2016)

Think It’s Hot Now? Just Wait (New York Times, August 20, 2016)

Global warming worsened the California drought, scientists say (Washington Post, August 20, 2016)

Louisiana floods: Is this what climate change looks like? (Christian Science Monitor, August 17, 2016)

Fires, Floods, and Scorchers: Earth Destroys Yet Another Heat Record (Bloomberg, August 17, 2016)

By 2085, most cities could be too hot for the Summer Olympics (Washington Post, August 16, 2016)

Bill McKibben: We need to literally declare war on climate change (New Republic, August 15, 2016)

As Earth warms, Americans more polarized than ever on climate (Christian Science Monitor, August 15, 2016)

NASA: July was Earth’s hottest month in history (Seattle Times, August 15, 2016)

Seas aren’t just rising, scientists say — it’s worse than that. They’re speeding up. (Washington Post, August 10, 2016)

State of the climate: Not good, 2015 was hottest year yet (Christian Science Monitor, August 3, 2016)

The world has the right climate goals — but the wrong ambition levels to achieve them (Washington Post, June 29, 2016)

The “greenest governor” vs. the climate kids: Running from Hansen’s science? (Cascadia Planet, June 23, 2016)

Surging high tides? Get used to it (Port Townsend Leader, June 8, 2016)

‘We’ve never seen anything like this’: Arctic sea ice hit a stunning new low in May (Washington Post, June 7, 2016)

Will The Climate Kids Sue Washington Again? (Clean Technica, June 7, 2016)

Youths Who Sued the State Over Climate Change (and Won) Are Going Back to Court “as Soon as Possible” (The Stranger, June 2, 2016)

North American Bird Species Face 30 Percent Decline Across the Board (, May 28, 2016)

Wildfires in West have gotten bigger, more frequent and longer since the 1980s (The Conversation, May 23, 2016)

Global Warming Cited as Wildfires Increase in Fragile Boreal Forest (New York Times, May 20, 2016)

Far From Turning a Corner, Global CO2 Emissions Still Accelerating (Inside Climate News, May 19, 2016)

King County Judge Makes Historic Ruling Against Washington State in Climate Change Case (The Stranger, April 29, 2016)

Behind climate deal, a changed world (Christian Science Monitor, April 22, 2016)

Stop ruining the future (CNN, April 20, 2016)

How Earth itself has dramatically upped the stakes for the Paris climate accord (Washington Post, April 20, 2016)

Scientists Warn of Perilous Climate Shift Within Decades, Not Centuries (New York Times, March 22, 2016)

Seas Are Rising at Fastest Rate in Last 28 Centuries (New York Times, Feb. 22, 2016)

Those record hot years were almost certainly manmade, scientists say (Christian Science Monitor, Jan. 25, 2016)

2015 Was the Hottest Year on Record (Bloomberg View, Jan. 20, 2016)

2015 Was Hottest Year in Historical Record, Scientists Say (New York Times, Jan. 20, 2016)

2015 is Earth’s warmest year by widest margin on record (NOAA, December 2015)

See How Much CO2 the Earth is Churning Out in Real Time (Bloomberg, Dec. 1, 2015)

Short Answers to Hard Questions About Climate Change (New York Times, Nov. 28, 2015)

Greenhouse gas levels hit record high for 30th year in a row (Christian Science Monitor, Nov. 9, 2015)

[Republished] The Point of No Return: Climate Change Nightmares Are Already Here (Rolling Stone, August 5, 2015

What Seattle Will Look Like After 2050 If We Don’t Get Real About Climate Change (The Stranger, June 3, 2015)

Preparing for a Changing Climate (Washington State Dept. of Ecology, April 2012)