The top stories this week from our local blog:
The Real Cost of News
The clock is ticking for the Seattle P-I. Is the future of news, journalism and media a worldchanging concern? We certainly think so, but our reasons go beyond the obvious bias.
Worldchanging Seattle Interview: Seattle's Snow Response
I Jill Watson, Emergency Management Planner at the City of Seattle Human Services Department, discusses the impacts of the winter storm on local communities and food security, the City's response, and local resources to help Seattle residents arm themselves for unexpected emergencies.
Resilient Cities Don't Build Infrastructure for Oil Dependent Transportation
When it comes to building an underground highway to replace the Viaduct, Peter Newman says our politicians "need to see that is $(4.25) billion of wasted green collar jobs.”
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