Time is Short: Interview With A Saboteur, Part I

Editor’s Note:  An early version of this interview first appeared on the Deep Green Resistance News Service, June 20, 2013. In 1993 Michael Carter was arrested and indicted for underground environmental ...

Suzanne Williams: While I’m Alive, I’d Like to Talk About Death

By Suzanne Williams One of my favourite things to think about is death. However, for some reason, in our industrialised culture, it seems to be the elephant in the room ...

Open Letter to Reclaim Environmentalism

By Lierre Keith and Derrick Jensen Once, the environmental movement was about protecting the natural world from the insatiable demands of this extractive culture. Some of the movement still is: ...


“Bring Down the Culture”: An Interview with Kourtney Mitchell

By Vincent Emanuele for Counterpunch Kourtney Mitchell is a writer and activist ...

Activists fight to protect prairie dog colony threatened by mall development

By Ashley Michels / Fox 31 Denver Castle Rock will soon be ...

Wildlife Conservation Efforts Are Violating Tribal Peoples’ Rights

By Stephen Corry / Survival International Twenty years ago, fundraising publicity for ...

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Time is Short: Revolution or Devolution?

By Adam Herriott / Deep Green Resistance UK In retrospect, all revolutions seem inevitable. Beforehand, all revolutions seem impossible. —Michael McFaul, U.S. National Security Council When I talk to people about the Deep Green Resistance (DGR) Decisive Ecological Warfare (DEW) strategy to end the destructive culture we know as industrial civilisation, I get comments like […]

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Paiute Nation Protests Forest Service Clearcutting of Pine-Nut Trees

By Max Wilbert / Deep Green Resistance Great Basin Members of the Paiute nation living in northeastern Nevada are angry after the Forest Service clearcut more than 70 acres of pine nuts trees that have been used by the tribe for thousands of years, until the modern day. According to the Forest Service, the trees […]

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Book Review: This Changes Everything

By Kim Hill / Deep Green Resistance Australia Naomi Klein’s latest book, This Changes Everything, is based on the premise that capitalism is the cause of the climate crisis, and to avert catastrophe, capitalism must go. The proposed solution is a mass movement that will win with arguments that undermine the capitalist system by making […]

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Achuar seize 14 oil wells in Peru, demanding compensation for exploitation

By teleSUR Indigenous communities in Peru occupied 14 oil wells, paralyzing South American energy firm Pluspetrol’s production, in a protest to demand better compensation for the use of their land. Some 380 members of the Achuar community took control of the facilities in Peru’s northern Amazon region of Loreto Monday, halting the production of some 3,100 […]

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The ‘Nation’s Biggest Mall’ Slated to Kill One of the Largest Prairie Dog Colonies on Colorado’s Front Range

By Deanna Meyer / Deep Green Resistance Colorado Recently I heard the news that our county was getting one of the nation’s biggest malls. The news simultaneously sunk my heart and angered me. Why the hell do we need another mall? To consume the world? Then my mind raced to the location of the mall, […]

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DGR Stands with the San Carlos Apaches in Protecting Oak Flat from Copper Mining

Image Credit: Ryan Martinez Lewis Deep Green Resistance (DGR) is dedicated to the fight against industrial civilization and its legacy of racism, patriarchy, and colonialism. For this reason, DGR would like to publicly state its support of the San Carlos Apache tribe and the residents of Superior, AZ in the fight to protect Oak Flat […]

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Robert Jensen: Feminism Unheeded

By Robert Jensen / Nation of Change For the past year, the media have been full of discussions of the endemic sexual violence in the contemporary United States, while at the same time pop culture has been celebrating the new visibility of the transgender movement. Both of these cases — which many take to be […]

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Michael Carter: How to Stop Off Road Vehicles, Part 2

By Michael Carter / Deep Green Resistance Colorado Plateau You can read Part 1 of this series here: http://dgrnewsservice.org/2015/01/07/michael-carter-stop-off-road-vehicles-part-1/ Law enforcement has been so ineffective in preventing illegal ORV use that citizens are usually left to face the problem on their own. Stopping ORVs isn’t easy, but short of an end to gasoline—which we can’t […]

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Waorani warriors attack, shut down oilfield in Ecuador

By Mongabay Indigenous leaders are calling for the release of six tribesmen implicated in a raid on an oilfield in Eastern Ecuador that left six soldiers injured, reports Andina and El Comercio. According to Ecuador’s defense ministry, on January 6th a group of Waorani (Huaorani) tribesmen armed with spears, bows and arrows, blowguns, and firearms […]

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Study finds agriculture and deforestation accelerate soil erosion 100 times faster

By Joshua E. Brown / University of Vermont A new study shows that removing native forest and starting intensive agriculture can accelerate erosion so dramatically that in a few decades as much soil is lost as would naturally occur over thousands of years. Had you stood on the banks of the Roanoke, Savannah, or Chattahoochee […]

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