Newly expanded to Portland, Ridwell is here to recycle things you never knew you could.
From night vision cameras to satellites to the humble iPhone, a look behind the scenes
Paul Robert Wolf Wilson, an enrolled member of the Klamath and Modoc Tribes and photojournalist living in Chiloquin, Oregon, on Indigenous sovereignty, wildf...
Timber Wars host Aaron Scott talks about the new OPB pod, science writing, and the ongoing battle over Pacific Northwest forests.
How Oregon has been responding to the threat of the wildfires, the short-term health effects of smoke inhalation, and the long-term effects of climate change...
“Looking at fire seasons in the west over the past five to 10 years, it’s likely to be like this or to get worse as climate continues to change.”
Here are a few tips to help protect your lungs from the smoke.
Portland Protest History
Activists dangled from the St. Johns Bridge to put themselves in the way of an Arctic-bound oil drilling support vessel.
Sizing up our home planet in honor of Earth Day 2020
This time, GOP Senators are joined by their counterparts in the Oregon House.
21 kids and their Oregon-based lawyer had filed suit against the Trump administration
Save the Planet
Swap out that single-use plastic for locally made, reusable goods...OR ELSE.
The apex predator is a lightning rod for conservationists and ranchers.
“Smoke season” is costing us millions in tourism dollars. Some agencies are desperate to cut through the haze—before it’s too late.
Breaking down the state's latest attempt to thwart energy speculation in our territorial waters.
Farm to Table
The new Redd branch will bring its farm-to-table ethos to the general public.
And you probably don’t even know her name. (It’s Lynn Peterson, and she’s taking over Metro.)
Fear No Music presents two performances on themes of migration, harmony, and home.
It's a weekend-long birding nerd-out with events that span the Long Beach Peninsula—by kayak, bicycle, foot, and even 4x4.
An Audubon Society campaign calls for switching off the lights.