- 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.
- Guest Blog: AB 32 - Funding a greener world while building jobs and a robust economy
by Laurie Wayburn on November 29, 2012
Imagine a world where we invest billions of dollars in improving ecosystem resilience to help combat climate change, all because doing so sucks up vast amounts of carbon dioxide (CO2) and provides pure oxygen in return.
- Guest Blog: Reflections on Savory: The science and the philosophy
by Chad Kruger on November 27, 2012
This blog was originally posted Nov 20, 2012 by Chad Kruger here. Chad serves as Advisor to the Northwest Biocarbon Intiative and is the Director of Washington State University's Center for Sustaining Agriculture and Natural Resources.
- Pacific coast readies for climate superstorm
by Patrick Mazza on November 16, 2012
While the East Coast still struggled to recover from Superstorm Sandy, a Nov. 13th Climate Risk Roundtable convened in San Francisco to explore the challenges of keeping society’s vital systems running as the climate grows more turbulent.
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