Related Program: The Record Are UW Student Activists Changing The Climate Change Debate? By David Hyde • May 13, 2015 Related Program: The Record TweetShareGoogle+Email Student activists Angela Feng, Sarra Tekola and Alex Lenferna of Divest UW appear before the UW Board of Regents on March 12, 2015 to urge the university to get rid of its coal investments. KUOW Photo/John Ryan Listen Listening... / 4:42 David Hyde speaks with Vox.com writer David Roberts who says student activists at the UW and elsewhere are changing the debate about climate change by making it a moral issue. Tags: climate changeUniversity of Washingtonenvironmentschools and educationTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content Seattle Congestion ‘Is Going To Get Way Worse’ By Carolyn Adolph • May 12, 2015 Flickr Photo/HeatherHeatherHeather (CC-BY-NC-ND) Listen Listening... / 4:24 Traffic is getting worse in Seattle. Our rising population is driving it. And even with a multibillion-dollar transportation package, it's not expected to improve. Which is why we plug our ears when we hear someone like Gil Penalosa, a former parks commissioner from Colombia, say, “I think congestion is good.” Socialist Kshama Sawant Causes Rift Among Seattle Democrats By Deborah Wang • May 12, 2015 KUOW Photo/Deborah Wang Listen Listening... / 2:51 In Seattle, Democratic Party activists have held enormous sway over the outcome of local elections. But now, as campaign season begins, a non-Democrat is causing a rift in one corner of the party. Jellyfish Boom As Little Fish Disappear In Puget Sound By John Ryan • May 12, 2015 KUOW Photo/Ann Dornfeld Listen Listening... / 1:52 Little fish are disappearing from much of Puget Sound, according to a new study. These are the fish that orcas and salmon depend on, and they’re being replaced by ballooning populations of jellyfish, which most fish and seabirds don't eat. Living In Their Car: 'There's Only So Long You Can Lie' By StoryCorps • May 24, 2015 StoryCorps Listen Listening... / 3:19 About a decade ago, Kris Kalberer left her job as a retail manager to raise her kids and care for her elderly mother. The family lived a comfortable life on her husband's income … until he lost his job.