Saturday, 31 October, 2020
We’re seeing homes and lives being destroyed as over 5 million acres burn between Northern California and Oregon by deadly wildfires. At the same time, states along the Gulf Coast are being hammered with flooding and winds...
On Thursday, the Sound Transit Board of Directors met to decide on the fate of more than a dozen paused capital project actions. Nine capital project actions were identified for advancement and funding with agency staff directed...
https://youtu.be/QfAXbGInwno In this video, Vox highlights a Sankey diagram that shows where all of America's carbon emissions come, which can inform how the country should be most effective in decarbonizing. The shortcut...
Dear Councilmembers, My name is Andrew Grant Houston and I am a queer architect of color, urban designer, housing activist, and serve as a board member for both the Pike/Pine Urban Neighborhood Council as...
https://youtu.be/bMMAD3oSH6o A Proterra executive talks about the future of electrifying transit buses.
A week of forest fires and skies choked with toxic smoke was a sobering reminder of the fragility of our environment. An incredible amount of Cascadia is burnt or ablaze. More than three million...
Seattle's quirky and individualistic neighborhoods are one my favorite features of the city. I love the fact that an afternoon spent hanging out in Capitol Hill has a different feeling than one spent in the University District,...
We know two things are true: we need more housing—1.8 million more people are expected to move to the Puget Sound region before 2050—and our region is falling behind our climate goals, as evidenced by the fires...