The city of Hermiston’s land-use attorney says the site proposed for a horse slaughtering plant does not have a water right and isn’t zoned for that kind of facility.
It’s time to shop for back to school, but you want to be environmentally friendly and eco-conscious about it. Here are some Northwest companies doing their best to make back to school fun for kids, and easy on the environment.
When your business has less than 50 employees, it’s easy to become “ingrown” and make those water cooler conversations uglier than they need to be. Here are some tips on making your office environment pleasant.
On Saturday, May 19, you are invited to help clean up the shores of Lake Washington in Colman Park with Nordstrom and ECO SWIM BY AQUA GREEN, a planet-friendly swimwear company. They’ll provide you with breakfast and all your gear. They need you to help make our planet a little cleaner.
Monday, April 30, 2012 Today on the radio, justice is served on wedge political issues; Osama bin Laden; greed on Wall Street; Gov. Etch-A-Sketch; the environment; the economy and Senior Legal Analyst time! The President […]
Today on the radio, justice is served on Wall Street greed; the George Zimmerman/Trayvon Martin case; consumer cash rebates from health insurance companies; Congress; the environment and Governor Wretch-A-Sketch! We know that Wall Street has […]
Today on the radio, we have a word of the day; justice is served on Iraq AND Afghanistan; our tax dollars; the environment; Ted Nugent; the Secret Service; consumer protection and the Post Office! Sometimes […]
Here are 5 songs for Earth Day, to keep you rocking and keep you thinking about the environment.
As Japan rebuilds, American scientists are examining the data from the disaster and found some parallels close to home. For the Pacific Northwest, the question isn’t if a giant earthquake could happen, but when.
An academic analysis of surveys spanning more than 40 years has found that today’s young Americans are less interested in the environment and in conserving resources — and often less civic-minded overall — than their elders were when they were young.