Prairie Not Pipelines

Tonight, my friends at the Great Plains Action Society will present Episode 1 of an Indigenous web series related to climate, water, and resource extraction on the Plains. “Currently, the majority of the media and public pushback is coming from white landowners. However, these pipelines are being proposed to be forced through stolen land andContinue reading “Prairie Not Pipelines”

Does this path have a good heart?

It is alarming but unsurprising to hear of yet another type of fossil fuel pipeline project. Far too late, many people are finally being confronted with the consequences of decades of excess fossil fuel burning. And of course, they are clamoring for the problem to be taken care of immediately. There are no quick fixes.Continue reading “Does this path have a good heart?”

Carbon capture in Iowa

There is an ancient Lakota prophecy about a black snake that would slither across the land, desecrating the sacred sites and poisoning the water before destroying the Earth. The following Includes remarks by my friends Sikowis Nobiss (Great Plains Action Society), Lee Tesdell, Ed Fallon (Bold Iowa). Great Plains Action Society December 2 at 4:16 PM  Great Plains ActionContinue reading “Carbon capture in Iowa”