Adiel Kaplan

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Will Seattle (Finally) Protect Its Tree Canopy?

Tree advocates see hope in recent moves by Burgess and the City Council.


Is Seattle Doing Enough to Protect Its Tree Canopy?

For years the city has been neglecting one of the key elements of urban livability. Now, with development booming, experts are concerned and activists are demanding that it take the issue seriously.


City Reverses Course on Plan to Sell Potential Park Space

Money from the sale of the Myers Parcel in West Seattle was earmarked to alleviate homelessness.


As Development Booms, Seattle Gives Up on Green Space

The city set ambitious goals for parks and open space in the mid-2000s, but it is now retreating.