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Changelab is dedicated to documenting, collecting and sharing theories into action, ideas into practice, tactics, strategies and Acts of Resistance from around the Cascadia bioregion and world.
Third in a series of posts celebrating the Native Names of Cascade peaks, this post feature Kulshan or Mount Baker and features a poster of this the youngest of the volcanos in the range.
The Cascadia Department of Bioregion is excited to share this case study featuring the Bioregional Learning Centre located in the South Devon bioregion in the United Kingdom and explore how this group of passionate artists, academics and organizers has adapted bioregional organizing strategies to their watersheds.
The Cascadia Department of Bioregion is excited to share this wonderful article, audio feature and Salish Sea series created by local Seattle radio station KNKX. The Salish Sea is a defining example of bioregionalism in action, and more people need to know the power of it’s creation, and of place making.
A newly released study shows that British Columbians feel a stronger Cascadian affinity to the south than with their eastern Canadian counterparts. In total - 54 percent of British Columbians felt they had the most in common with Washington state, 18 percent picked California while just 15 per cent chose Alberta, 9% percent chose Ontaria, and less than 3% chose Manitoba, Saskatchewan or another Canadian area.
On Tuesday, December 18th 2018, refugee and migrant right campaigners “hacked” hundreds of adverts on the London Underground, replacing them with notices telling passengers how to disrupt attempted deportations on passenger airlines.
For our first case study, the Cascadia Department of Bioregion is excited to present the independent Diplomat, an independenn non-profit organization that provides diplomatic support to non-recognized peoples and countries around the world.