Kate Yoder, “An evangelical leader calls young Christians to save the planet,” Grist (Web), 12 Aug 2019, https://grist.org/article/this-evangelical-leader-calls-young-christians-to-save-the-planet/
If you’ve not been to Seattle recently, go see the upsurge in bicycle use that protected lanes and e-bikes (in this hilly city) have accomplished. Copenhagen, Denmark remains the model for cities that have embraced the bike—over 50% of transportation to work, school, and the market (in this flat city) is by biking or walking. … Continue reading Environment positive: Protected bike and pedestrian lanes in Seattle.
“In Washington, we’re electrifying planes, trains, ferries and automobiles," Inslee said. "And today, we’re showing we can electrify buses, too. It’s exciting to celebrate the first electric school bus in Washington state, because this effort is, ultimately, all about our kids and their future.” — source: Gov. Inslee Press Updates <firstname.lastname@example.org> 17 June 2019
Aquaculture eliminating natural nearshore habit in the South Puget Sound Low tide reveals row after row of aquaculture PVC pipes replacing natural shoreline habitat, as well as becoming PVC litter. Go to the 9 April “Protect Our Shoreline News” blog to see the pictures of how our shoreline habitat is becoming industrialized. — source: Protect … Continue reading Environment negative: Aquaculture’s effect on natural shoreline habitat
To commemorate the 50th anniversary of humans landing on the moon, many newspapers and magazines have recently published articles and photos of the moon landing and other space-related events. The 14 July print edition of the Seattle Times devoted three pages (as well as a special moon-landing insert) to this special look back. In one … Continue reading Astronauts, Humankind, Earth, Space, and God
The Elwha River is big--even far into the Olympics Mountains--and it has many creeks and rivers flowing into it. Now, since the two dams have been removed, salmon can access the vast watershed of the Elwha. Elwha River, just above where the upper Elwha dam was removed Elwha River, deep into the Olympic National Park
28 June 2019 Educational Forum: Shellfish Aquaculture [Port Townsend] When: 1-5 pmLocation: Northwest Maritime Center, 431 Water St, Port Townsend The program is free, but pre-registration is required. For more info about the program and how to register, go to https://www.jeffersonmrc.org. — source: 6 June 2019 press release from Jefferson County Marine Resources Committe. The detailed … Continue reading Shellfish Aquaculture Forum [Port Townsend], 28 June.