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Asian giant hornet could spread in US, researchers say

The Asian giant hornet does not have predators in the U.S and can destroy a honey bee colony within minutes.
ANGELICA RELENTE, Evergreen editor in chief October 4, 2020

The Asian giant hornet could potentially settle on the west coast, according to a recently published research article by WSU researchers.  The hornet is native to Asia, and it preys on honey bees,...

OPINION: More comprehensive wildfire policies will lead to a safer Washington

The west coast wildfires are indicative of a poorly constructed environmental policy, which we need to fix.
DIANA RIOS, Evergreen columnist September 23, 2020

The recent intense, historically large wildfires that have swept large areas of the Pacific Northwest have brought calls from natural resources experts to reassess how we manage fire and forest landscapes. Our...

OPINION: Individual changes will help stop wildfires

As we've seen so far, wildfires are a fact of nature. But we can help mitigate their damage by taking responsibility for our environment.
HANNA YUZYUK, Evergreen columnist September 21, 2020

Forests on fire and smoke in the air — this is the best advertisement for the Green New Deal. We see something wrong is going on in nature. We have to realize that this is a stopping point. Our dividing...

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