Building this page. We invite faculty, staff, and students to email suggested links to Evergreen student projects, faculty publications, etc.
NATIVE CLIMATE RESILIENCE
Climate Change and Pacific Rim Indigenous Nations Project, founded 2006 at Evergreen, including two Indigenous Climate Justice Symposiums in 2015 & 2017. Links
Asserting Native Resilience: Pacific Rim Indigenous Nations Face the Climate Crisis, edited by Zoltán Grossman and Alan Parker; Foreword by Billy Frank, Jr. (Oregon State University Press, 2012). Video.
Northwest Tribes: Meeting the Challenge of Climate Change, Northwest Indian Applied Research Institute (community organizing booklet, 2010).
FOSSIL FUELS RESPONSES
Fossil Fuel Connections, website by Evergreen students in “Resource Rebels: Environmental Justice Movements Building Hope,” on halting coal and oil terminals along the Pacific Northwest coastal chokepoint (2016).
Economic Options for Grays Harbor, by Evergreen students in “Resource Rebels,” in partnership with Quinault Nation, with interviews on alternatives to oil terminals (2016).
Unlikely Alliances: Native Nations and White Communities Join to Defend Rural Lands, by Zoltán Grossman, Foreword by Winona LaDuke (University of Washington Press, 2017). Video.
Public Responses to Fossil Fuel Export Exporting Energy and Emissions in a Time of Transition, edited by Hilary Boudet & Shawn Hazboun (Elsevier, 2022).
GLOBAL CLIMATE JUSTICE
Climate Change Justice and Global Resource Commons: Local and Global Postcolonial Political Ecologies, by Shangrila Joshi (Routledge, 2021).
Removing Barriers: Restoring Salmon Watersheds through Tribal Alliances, 132-page book on dam, dike, and culvert removal, by Evergreen students online in “Conceptualizing Place: Pacific Northwest Native Art and Geographies” (Free online PDFs Part I & Part II, 2021). Video.
Nisqually Watershed Podcasts Nine 10-minute podcasts on Nisqually natural & cultural resource programs, by students in “Conceptualizing Native Place” (Winter 2009): Nisqually Estuary, Muck Creek, Mashel River, Ohop Creek, Wilcox Farms, Dupont, Geoduck, Fort Lewis (JBLM), Clear Creek Hatchery.
The Resilience Doctrine: Disaster Collectivism in the Climate and Pandemic Crises, article series by Zoltán Grossman (Counterpunch, Feb. 2021), inspired by research in “Catastrophe: Community Resilience in the Face of Disaster,” and “Pandemic Academy” (Videos Part I & Part II).
Evergreen Shellfish Club student administrated Facebook page
Biochemical Adaptation by G. Somero et al. 2017 at the Evergreen State College Library, a classic advanced text by one of the most celebrated scientists of the field of ecophysiology, for anyone who is interested in the biochemistry of evolutionary adaptation to environmental stress (temperature, oxygen, pressure, osmotic etc.)
Dr. Amanda Kelley, Ecophysiologist and Ocean Change Biologist at University of Alaska, Fairbanks; Dr. Gretchen Hofmann, Ecophysiology and Ocean Change Research at University of California, Santa Barbara:
AGRICULTURE / FOOD
WORKING WITH NATIVE COMMUNITIES
“Some Guidelines for Working with Native Communities,” with Evergreen’s Center for Community-Based Learning & Action (CCBLA), for Student-Originated Studies (SOS program working with Squaxin Island Tribe on Tribal Canoe Journey hosting (2012).