Mark Blyth’s State of the Union transcript — Radio Open Source
Deep analysis of inequality, austerity, and popular unrest.
Dr. Kriss Kevorkian, will be presenting on Environmental Grief at the Patagonia Store in Seattle (2100 1st Ave Seattle, WA 98121) on Thursday, November 7th from 7-9PM.
Rights of nature will be part of the discussion. Please plan to attend if possible, and spread the word to your friends and through social media.
If you have any questions or need a ride, please let me know.
Indigenous Fire Science and Management
Colonization, Fire Suppression, and Indigenous Resurgence in the Face of Climate Change — Yes! Magazine
Public Meet and Greet
— Sunday afternoon, November 10
— 1–4pm at the Port Townsend Community Center
We hope to see you there!
Tell your representative to vote YES on three critical bills to protect our treasured public lands from destruction! — NRDC Action Fund
— Chaco Cultural Heritage Protection Act
— Grand Canyon Centennial Protection Act
— Colorado Outdoor Recreation & Economy (CORE) Act
Send a message urging your representative to vote YES to protect the Grand Canyon, Chaco Canyon, and Colorado public lands — Sierra Club
Help power our work from now through Election Day 2020 — NRDC Action Fund
Double your impact with matching funds up to $60,000.
Pomo villagers are “guerrilla gatherers” in Fort Bragg, CA. — Hakai Magazine
Indigenous peoples risk jail time, tens of thousands of dollars in fines, and the lifetime loss of state hunting and fishing privileges for doing what they’ve always done in this area
In 1851, after California became a state, Governor Peter Burnett declared in an address to the state legislature, “That a war of extermination will continue to be waged between the races until the Indian race becomes extinct must be expected.”
The companies ranked
are all part of the
Sustainable Apparel Coalition,
the UN Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action,
or the G7 Fashion Pact
— including Levi’s, American Eagle, Burberry, H&M and Gap.
Port Book and News Friday, November 1st at 7 pm
Seattle Times Environment Reporter Lynda Mapes
An intimate look at one majestic hundred-year-old oak tree through four seasons–and the reality of global climate change it reveals.