Earth Day

Environment
5:20 pm
Tue April 22, 2014

Gregoire's Earth Day Message To College Kids: Puget Sound Health Depends On You

A southern resident J pod orca whale swims in Puget Sound in view of Mount Rainier and downtown Seattle, as seen from a federally permitted research vessel Saturday, Jan. 18, 2014.
Elaine Thompson AP Photo

Forty four years ago, the modern environmental movement was born with the celebration of the first Earth Day. At massive teach-ins around the country, people called on industries to stop polluting.

Now the messages have become more personal, says former Gov. Chris Gregoire, who is speaking at Pacific Lutheran University Tuesday night.

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EARTH DAY
3:54 pm
Tue April 19, 2011

Lighten up and celebrate Earth Day at the Future of Flight

The Future of Flight aviation center gets ready to celebrate Earth Day.
Future of Flight

What does an airplane such as Boeing’s 787 Dreamliner have in common with Wikispeed’s SGT01 (its parts are interchangeable), Western Washington University’s Viking 45 (no it’s not a household appliance), Northwest Wind Power’s energy ball (it has turbine blades) have in common?  

They are lightweight, fuel efficient, made of advanced composite materials, innovative and a way to learn more about how new technology will help us lighten up and celebrate Earth Day, every day. 

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