Fire Doug #24 / Noisy Waters Northwest

September 18, 2018  Dena Jensen

There have now been 24 days of Doug’s Got to Go posts and yesterday’s 23rd post about  Republican State Senator Doug Ericksen reminded me how he minimizes the level of his climate denial by calling it climate agnosticism and yet had enthusiastically introduced climate-denier Tony Heller for a presentation to a legislative committee last year. That, in turn, reminded me that Senator Ericksen has affiliations that he would like us all to forget about right now while he is running again to represent us.  Continue reading

Seattle​ ​Human​ ​Rights​ ​Commission​ ​Opposes​ ​Washington​ ​State’s​ ​Petition​ ​for​ ​Certiorari​ ​on Ninth​ ​Circuit​ ​Culverts​ ​Opinion,​ ​and​ ​Seattle​ ​Times​ ​Endorsement​ ​of​ ​that​ ​Petition / Press Release, Seattle Human Rights Commission

Seattle Human Rights Commission

September 11, 2017  Press Release, Seattle Human Rights Commission
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

The Seattle Human Rights Commission writes in response to the Seattle Times recent editorial “The Supreme Court must clarify culvert ruling,” and seeks to correct inaccuracies regarding tribal treaty rights and the State’s obligation to not impair them. Washington’s tribal nations have lived and fished throughout our State since time immemorial, and their right to do so is protected by treaty. Continue reading

Notes on Mount Baker Glacier Trends / Reading the Washington Landscape, Dan McShane

Cumulative mass balance for several north Cascades glaciers (Glacier Mass Balance Bulletin, 2013 2013_gmbb12.pdf)

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2015  Dan McShane

The Seattle Times ran an article on the ongoing glacial research is the North Cascades:  seattletimes.com/seattle-news/science/disastrous-low-snow-heat-eat-away-at-northwest-glaciers . Continue reading