Trudeau’s Pipeline is a Death Sentence for Orcas by Matt Remle

In the waters of the Salish Sea, along the coasts of Washington and British Colombia, a grieving Orca Mother has been carrying the body of her dead baby, in what’s being described as a grieving ritual, for over a week. Continue reading

The Illusion of Freedom by Matt Remle

A few weeks back, while stuck in another one of Seattle’s infamous traffic jams, I sat idly staring at the back end of a Chevy littered with right-wing propaganda bumper stickers. On the bottom left corner of his bumper was the all too well worn “Freedom Isn’t Free” slogan draped in the colors of the red, white, and blue. Implicit in the slogan is that the supposed freedoms and liberties of the modern colonial population of the United States are owed to U.S. military actions and interventions. Continue reading

The NoDAPL Fight Continues in Efforts to Stop the Bayou Bridge Pipeline

The NoDAPL battle continues as Energy Transfer Partner (ETP) seeks to build the Bayou Bridge pipeline. The Bayou Bridge pipeline is 162.5-mile crude oil pipeline that would run from Lake Charles to St. James, Louisiana.  The pipeline is the final stage to bring fracked-oil from the Bakken region of North Dakota to Louisiana for export. Continue reading

Navajo Nation Expands Solar Farm

PHOENIX, AZ – With the signing of a landmark agreement between the Navajo Tribal Utility Authority (NTUA) and Salt River Project, a solar plant on the Navajo Nation will soon be expanded to provide more renewable energy to the Nation. The agreement also paves the way for future renewable energy projects. Continue reading