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Puget Sound Business Journal:


San Juan Islands real estate sales increase, with offerings in all ranges in the archipelago

Windermere Real Estate's sales are up in this island chain. "We’ve seen sales increase 42 percent over the past year,” says Windermere’s Shelley Rossi. Windermere represents 48.5 percent of all sales in the $1 million-plus market in San Juan County, according to the company’s chief economist Matthew Gardner.

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Puget Sound Business Journal:

A jaw-dropper estate dubbed Madroneagle on Orcas Island’s Catspaw Lane is on the market for $11.99 million.

Way more than a getaway, this is an astounding property. The main house and workshop were lovingly designed by a couple as their ultimate dream, with a half-mile of waterfront, beach, several houses, a greenhouse, a huge shop and a mother-in-law apartment.

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Seattle Weekly:

In Seattle’s Past, a Harbinger of Standing Rock

If Hiram Chittenden had been present at the big solidarity-for-Standing Rock rally held outside the Army Corps of Engineers’ Hiram Chittenden Locks in Ballard two weeks ago, he probably wouldn’t have been surprised that Native Americans were once again going head-to-head with the Corps.

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Yes Magazine

7 Things the Defund DAPL Campaign Has Achieved So Far (Including $28 Million in Personal Accounts Moved)

Back in September, researcher Hugh MacMillan helped create an infographic tracing the money behind the Dakota Access pipeline. Using public data, MacMillan and his colleagues at the environmental nonprofit Food & Water Watch showed which 17 financial institutions have directly loaned money for the pipeline’s construction and which 38 banks were offering hundreds of millions of dollars in open lines of credit to the parent companies controlling the pipeline project.

“It’s an illustration of how decisions about our energy future and our climate future are being made,” MacMillan said.

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Yes Magazine

How Standing Rock’s Divest Campaign Can Stop Future Pipelines

Sasja Beslik, head of sustainable finance at Nordea, one of the largest banks in Europe, recently traveled to the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation on a fact-finding mission. Originally from Bosnia, Beslik has seen his share of war and says that the Oceti Sakowin Camp reminded him of a war zone.

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