• The business case for greening our cities

    by Rhys Roth on February 7, 2013

    We know ‘green infrastructure’ can provide low-cost solutions for communities to better handle those big pulses of water gushing over roads and into pipes when the big rains come… and we know greening our cities is good for biocarbon and for the human spirit. 

  • Discovering Renewable Energy

    by Bobby Hayden on February 2, 2013

    How can students design and implement real world solutions to discover the power and the possibility of renewable energy as a career?

  • Reclaiming Waste Energy

    by Bobby Hayden on January 16, 2013

    Through public-private partnerships, the City of Bremerton's Public Utilities department was able to quickly upgrade their wastewater facility to run more efficiently and save the City money.

  • Garbage Gone Green

    by Bobby Hayden on December 23, 2012

    How a family-owned composting business transforms the Northwest garbage industry, captures carbon, changes consumer behavior and creates jobs.

  • Ecosystems capacity to store carbon in future depends on emissions reductions now

    by Patrick Mazza on December 7, 2012

    How much carbon is stored in natural systems of the continental western US?  How much will be stored in future decades? A new US Geological Service survey provides some sobering answers.

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