Felice Pace

Felice Pace is a longtime environmental activist in northern California. You can find his writings online at Bearitude in Black.

Who is Suffering From Lack of Klamath Water? Examining Federal Irrigator Claims

The Flows Tell the Story: Klamath River Coho Salmon are in Dire Condition

Reflection on the Events of January 6th 2021

A New Threat to California’s Rivers:  Will the Rush to Develop Our Newest Water Source Destroy More Streams?

The Klamath Basin: a Bad Water Deal

Political Theater of the Absurd in the Klamath Basin

Wilderness and the Myth of the Pristine

Disaster Politics

America’s Energy Future

Linda Gradstein Has Done It Again on Gaza

Why NPR Refuses to Report on the Single Payer Movement … And What Should be Done About It

The Economy and the Big Picture

Green Myopia

The Big Change

The Politics of Smoke

California Water Politics

Why No One Trusts the US Forest Service

Power Politics in the Klamath

Did All Things Considered Self-Censor on Annapolis?

Do You Equate Anti-Zionism with Anti-Semitism?

When Will Linda Gradstein Go to Gaza?

Falling for Lieberman’s Iran Resolution

The Pro-Israel Bias of NPR

Can the Klamath be Restored?

Pumping the Klamath Dry

Fear, Liberty and the Military Commissions Act of 2006

Forest Fires in the Klamath Mountains

The US of A and the Beautiful Game

Warped Coverage of the Middle East

Saving Northwest Forests

A Golden Opportunity for Justice on the Klamath

How the Pew Charitable Trust is Smothering the Grassroots Environmental Movement