Posts Tagged ‘Climate Change’

Garden Guru – Season Finale

Scott Parsons is your Garden Guru and joins us every Tuesday to talk about how to green our thumbs, but now the season is coming to a close. Today we give the “Parsons Awards” – crops that grew well this year and others that did not. Parsons also talks about the health, social and global…

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Garden Guru – Internal Health, Smoke, Climate Change

Scott Parsons is your Garden Guru and joins us every Tuesday to talk about how to green our thumbs. Today Parsons talks about staying healthy inside and out during these extreme smoke conditions, how climate change is increasing summer heat and the possibility of megafires, “voting” with your dollars and lifestyle and more.

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Rural Wash. Gets A Voice In Carbon-Pricing Legislation

Today is the deadline for bills to get voted out of committee if they’re going to get a full floor vote in either the State House or Senate. A bill in the Senate, pushed for heavily by Gov. Jay Inslee, would tax carbon polluters and use the money raised to invest in clean-energy jobs and…

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Biggest Story Missed in 2017? Climate Change, Media Analyst Says

Here at year’s end, we take a look at big news stories throughout 2017. North Central Washington certainly saw its fair share of summer wildfires, though not like those in California. Did massive wildfires get as much attention as other natural disasters this year? What other important stories got crowded out? Eric Tegethoff reports.

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WestSide High School Night Program Lecture Series

On November 15, at 7PM in the WestSide High School Commons at 150 Ninth Street in Wenatchee, will present Anna Gullickson of Ethical Choices. She will present a program dealing with modern culture, the environment, and factory farming titled “Ethics of Eating.” Admission is free and the public is welcome.

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