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 By Pam Stevens    Opinions    March 12, 2014

Carbon monoxide poisoning can be the silent killer

A 20-year-old boy and his 22-year-old sister were called home to Pocatello, Idaho last month while serving church missions in other states. The two young missionaries were told that their entire...

 
 By Journal Staff    News    January 1, 2014

Lake Stevens students study ocean acidification at the high school

Students in Kirstin Olson's AP Environmental Science class at Lake Stevens High School recently studied ocean acidification, a critical current and future environmental problem. Ocean acidification...

 
 By Don C. Brunell    Opinions    September 3, 2013

Is CO2 really the target?

Environmental activists claim they want to reduce production of greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide. If so, they’re going about it in a very strange way. Take forest management, for example. Anti-forestry activists oppose salvaging dead...

 
 By Pud    News    August 30, 2012

Snohomish PUD Hits 5 Million Mark for Energy-Saving Bulbs

Everett, WA — Snohomish County Public Utility District reached another energy-saving milestone in August as total sales of compact fluorescent light (CFL) bulbs offered through a PUD promotion topped 5 million. The utility launched the program...

 
 By Washington State Department Of Transportation - News    News    November 3, 2011

Washington’s TIGER III applications focus on mobility, environment and multimodal connections

OLYMPIA – Washington state stands to reap long-term benefits from improved commuter and freight mobility, cleaner air and more transportation choices if its projects are selected to receive a portion of the $527 million in federal Transportatio...

 
 News    November 12, 2010

Snohomish County joins PUD’s “Energy Challenge”

County is first government to pledge reduction in energy consumption Snohomish County has joined the Snohomish County PUD’s “Energy Challenge” in an effort to cut electricity consumption, save money and reduce greenhouse gas...

 
 News    August 9, 2010

New rebates on appliances available through Cash for Appliances

New rebates available on more appliances through Cash for Appliances Washington With over $13.5 million in retail sales, thousands of Washingtonians have already cashed in; now there are more ways to save! The Cash for Appliances Washington rebate...

 
 Lights & Sirens    June 22, 2010

Lights & Sirens

The police department responded to 620 incidents in the week of June 06, 2010 through June 12, 2010. The following is a brief summary of some of the more notable contacts: Assault 2° Domestic Violence (DV), 06/05/2010, 11700 block 20th St. NE A...

 
 By Christopher Schwarzen    News    May 13, 2010

County’s solar project under construction

Snohomish County began installing solar panels this week at its campus in Everett. The solar panels will supply electricity to the parking garage for the county’s future fleet of electric cars. Nearly 100 panels, manufactured in Snohomish County...

 
 By Press Office (cantwell)    News    April 22, 2010

Cantwell: On Earth Day, We Must Not Forget Our Oceans

WASHINGTON, DC – Ocean chemistry is changing at an “unprecedented rate and magnitude” due to manmade carbon dioxide emissions, according to a new report released today, the 40th Anniversary of Earth Day, at a hearing chaired by U.S. Senator...

 
 By Media Contact: Chuck Hunter    News    April 16, 2010

Washington State Promotes Healthy, Sustainable Environment with Earth Day Activities

Olympia, Wash. — Washington State residents are enthusiastically supporting Earth Day on April 22 by participating in activities designed to promote environmental and community health. This year, Washington residents have an additional opportunity...

 
 By Chris Thomas    News    March 4, 2010

Northwest Forests Rank Best for Carbon Storage

SEATTLE, Wash. - They not only look good and smell nice, but a new study reports the national forests of Washington and Oregon are some of the hardest-working in the United States, when it comes to keeping global warming pollution out of the...

 
 By Michaek Ennis    Opinions    January 4, 2010

To stimulate the economy, stop trying to limit driving and start reducing congestion

I’m often asked how other states compare to Washington on transportation policy. This is a reasonable question, because across our state, traffic congestion is growing worse and is expected to double over the next twenty years. Congestion chokes th...

 
 News    December 11, 2009

Cantwell, Collins Propose Carbon Auction: Bill Reduces Emissions, Returns Revenue to Consumers

WASHINGTON – Today, U.S. Senators Maria Cantwell (D-WA) and Susan Collins (R-ME) introduced bipartisan legislation to reduce global warming pollution, spur job growth in clean energy technology, and return money directly to consumers. The...

 
 By Dolores Blueford, Dblueford@wsu.edu    News    October 15, 2009

Call to take climate-change action

The Carbon Masters™ program at Washington State University Extension will participate in the Seattle 350 International Day of Climate Action. The 350 event is an international campaign dedicated to building a movement to unite the world around...

 
 By Don C. Brunell    Opinions    July 21, 2009

Better, less costly ways to reduce greenhouse gases

President Obama says the opponents of cap and trade are not telling the truth. Unfortunately, the president is attempting to position his opponents as “do nothing” on the environment, which is not true. He needs to recognize there are other less...

 
 Opinions    July 14, 2009

Letters to the Editor

Going green may not mean a whole lot of cost savings Dear Editor, As Congress debates a cap-and-trade bill that will tax and/or reduce industrial, business, home, and auto emissions of CO2 the numbers claimed by the President and even Governor...

 
 By Michael Ennis    Opinions    June 30, 2009

To stimulate the economy, stop trying to limit driving and start reducing congestion

I’m often asked how other states compare to Washington on transportation policy. This is a reasonable question, because across our state, traffic congestion is growing worse and is expected to double over the next twenty years. Congestion chokes th...

 
 News    September 26, 2007

From here to Virginia to who knows where - the race is on

From here to Virginia to who knows where - the race is on Local IT professional wins big in contest BY CHUCK TUCK | JOURNAL REPORTER Lake Stevens motor sports enthusiast Chad Norley received an opportunity of a lifetime when he responded to a...