The top stories this week from our local blog:
Bringing Street Food to Seattle
Sidewalk food vendors can have a big impact on the local landscape. Now Seattle's cult favorite mobile kitchen, Skillet, wants to rally support for a stronger street food scene.
Washington State Climate Change Impacts Assessment Conference
The WA-based Climate Impacts Group recently released their predictions for the impacts of climate change on the Columbia River Basin. Worldchanging's Justus Stewart analyzes what it means to scale these frightening global predictions down to the level of our own backyards.
A Fresh Start with Community Plant Starts
Love eating local with your CSA? Now, you can apply the same convenience to your own food garden, by having seasonal vegetable seedlings delivered to your door.
Green Tech Watch: CyVolt
Worldchanging green tech columnist Serena Batten interviews the founders of CyVolt, a local fuel cell start-up that's working to carve out its niche market.
Beacon Hill: Seattle's Bohemian Sprawl?
Beacon Hill was name-dropped in Wednesday's New York Times. The story features one side of the economic downturn that's awkward, if not downright offensive, to talk about.
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