This episode of terrestrial is about a radical idea — that protest as we know it is broken. Micah White once led Occupy Wall Street. Now he thinks it’s time to try something else.
A Skagit County, Washington, jury found climate activist Ken Ward guilty Wednesday of second degree burglary for turning off an oil pipeline.
News | Pacific Ocean | Environment | World | Water | Climate changeKUOW/EarthFix | June 4, 2017 10:15 p.m. | Vancouver, British Columbia
People in the U.S. technically have no say in the matter of Canada's Trans Mountain pipeline. But that hasn’t kept them from protesting increased tanker traffic in the Strait of Juan de Fuca.
An Oregon man is set to be tried Monday in a Western Washington courtroom after for turning off a pipeline that brings Canadian oil into the U.S.
While civil disobedience is nothing new, climate activists see a balooning interest since the election of President Donald Trump.
Portland climate activists have transformed an old school bus into a shelter and medical facility for oil pipeline protesters at the Standing Rock Reservation in North Dakota.
Protesters -- all from the Pacific Northwest -- shut down pipelines Tuesday at all five sites across the northern U.S. where pipelines deliver oil from Canada’s oil sands to American refineries.
News | Environment | Climate change | local | EnergyAP | May 15, 2016 9:39 a.m. | Seattle
Authorities cleared railroad tracks of protesters and arrested 52 climate activists in Anacortes, Washington, Sunday morning. The protestors had been camped out on the tracks since Friday.
A few years ago Carlo Voli quit his corporate job and decided to fight fossil fuels full-time, with the pooled financial help of his community.
A coalition of climate change activists and Greenpeace are keeping Shell's Icebreaker ship from proceeding to the Arctic.
Longtime activist and former lawmaker Gretchen Kafoury died March 13 at the age of 72.
MONDAY: In the last few weeks, Don't Shoot Portland shut down a Portland Public School meeting and a town hall held by Senator Ron Wyden.
News | Uncategorized | localOPB | Dec. 6, 2014 5:57 p.m.
Hundreds of Portlanders march through downtown, joining with groups in Los Angeles, Seattle, and New York.
Portland author Cheryl Strayed struggles to dig a pit toilet for herself in the desert, where the ground is "like a granite countertop." Writer Brian Doyle watches a toddler put a live caterpillar into her mouth, "savoring the interior wriggle of her guest."
Greenpeace co-founder Patrick Moore has a fascinating first-person piece in the Vancouver Sun today that traces his evolution from a "radical activist" to what he calls a "sensible environmentalist." In it, he explains two key events that led him in the 1980s to drop out of the organization he helped to form and criticizes the modern Greenpeace policy of confrontational ...