Greg Nickels’s Climate Action Plan brought him global glory as “America’s green mayor.” But is it civic transformation or eco-opportunism? We crunch the carbon counts, probe the mayor’s environmental conversion, and suggest some ways to make Seattle clean
Tim Eyman claims his latest ballot measure will open empty lanes, cure congestion, and fulfill a state audit’s recommendations. Critics contend it will have the opposite effect—and will set back transit, too.
As the first administrator of the EPA, Bill Ruckelshaus banned DDT
and got the lead out of gasoline. Now the Republican Party’s
most illustrious green faces a tougher task: to save Puget Sound.
His cleanup plan hinges on convincing the region’s most