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Recent posts on NPI’s Cascadia Advocate and Post Alley
- Canada Announces US Border Reopeningby Joel Connelly on July 19th, 2021 at 8:51 PM
The United States has yet to announce a reciprocal policy.
- Biden Reverses Trump and Saves Old-Growth Trees in Alaska’s Vast Tongass Forestby Joel Connelly on July 19th, 2021 at 11:30 AM
The environmental community has much to celebrate, having fought the clear cutting of old growth in the Tongas back to 1980 when Congress passed the Alaska Lands Act.
- Cascadia needs climate action: Mother Nature is not giving the Pacific Northwest a bye, and activism is not something we can mail inby Joel Connelly on July 18th, 2021 at 8:00 PM
We are living in a climate emergency. Grassroots activism is crucial to addressing that emergency. It must continue, and it must expand. But it also must be supported in our nation’s capital with serious climate action. Cascadia needs climate action: Mother Nature is not giving the Pacific Northwest a bye, and activism is not something we can mail in is a post from NPI’s Cascadia Advocate, the journal of the Northwest Progressive Institute. Published continuously since March of 2004, NPI’s Cascadia Advocate provides thoughtful commentary and analysis on regional, national, and world politics. Keep The Cascadia Advocate going by making a contribution to sustain NPI’s research and advocacy here.
- At Last! Back to BC. Here’s Where to Goby Joel Connelly on July 18th, 2021 at 2:54 PM
It will be grand to cross the (water and land) boundary again and share the region. A writer for Macleans, the Canadian magazine, once described British Columbians as a privileged people surrounded entirely by envy.
- New Change Research Poll: Harrell Leads for Mayor, Gonzalez and Echohawk Battle for Secondby Joel Connelly on July 16th, 2021 at 8:39 PM
“The biggest divide that we saw among groups of voters in the survey was generational: Older voters are more supportive of candidates like Bruce Harrell and (City Attorney) Pete Holmes, while younger voters are gravitating to candidates like (City Council hopeful) Nikkita Oliver and Lorena Gonzalez.