Category Archives: Environment

  1. Cliff Mass: Pacific Northwest will be winner in climate change

    April 5, 2016 by celinagut

    Rising tides may match rising land in the Northwest, making this region one of the best places to live in …
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  2. What does Hillary Clinton believe? Where the candidate stands on 12 issues.


    March 23, 2016 by celinagut

    Most Bernie fans are very aware of where he stands on the issues. Not because the media has done a …
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  3. Bernie Sanders Replaces Stump Speech with Epic Call for Native American Justice in Arizona

    March 19, 2016 by celinagut

    Native Americans aren’t new to injustice served to them by a land hungry invader, who illegally emigrated to the not …
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  4. Gateway Pacific Coal Terminal in Jeopardy

    March 16, 2016 by islandersvoice1

      Could this be the end of the Gateway Pacific Terminal? If so, it would be thanks to the intervention …
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  5. There are millennials supporting Hillary—where’s their story?

    March 9, 2016 by celinagut

    Much attention has been given to Hillary’s strength in the African American voting population, but when are we going to …
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  6. Message to Victoria: Clean up sewage or Washington employees won’t come

    March 6, 2016 by celinagut

    James Skwarok, also known as Mr. Floatie Political arm twisting may be the only way to push Victoria, B.C. to …
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  7. Oregon Landmark Environmental Legislation

    March 5, 2016 by demtillidie

    In Oregon’s landmark environmental legislation, coal is to be eliminated as a source of energy to provide electricity by 2035. …
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  8. Trumpeter Swans in the San Juan Islands

    February 24, 2016 by demtillidie

    This piece was first published by Jim  Nollman in The Island Independent in 1992. It has since been anthologized in …
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  9. Protecting Our Oceans Must Be Priority for President, Congress

    February 4, 2016 by islandersvoice1

    There is reason for hope, but only if the public continues to pressure our senators, congressmen, and public servants. And …
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  10. Michael Moore on the Water Crisis in Flint, His Hometown

    February 1, 2016 by islandersvoice1

    The Flint water crisis is an unbelievable humanitarian tragedy fueled by predatory capitalism and conservative Republican dogma that should never …
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