BREAKING: Wet’suwet’en Women Occupy Pipeline Drillsite To Stop CGL from Drilling Beneath Their Sacred Headwaters

via Wet’suwet’en Access Point on Gidimt’en Territory: BREAKING: Wet’suwet’en Women Occupy Pipeline Drillsite To Stop CGL from Drilling Beneath Their Sacred Headwaters As Coastal GasLink attempts to destroy our homelands, we are surveilled, harassed, and criminalized even when we pray for our yintah. Our rights are being trampled and our future is at risk. We … Continue reading BREAKING: Wet’suwet’en Women Occupy Pipeline Drillsite To Stop CGL from Drilling Beneath Their Sacred Headwaters

Buffalo: Resistance Radio with George Wuerthner

In this episode of Resistance Radio, George Wuerthner is interviewed by Derrick Jensen. George Wuerthner is the former Ecological Projects Director for the Foundation for Deep Ecology. Currently he is the executive director of Public Lands Media. He is an ecologist and wildlands activist. He has published 38 books on environmental issues and natural history … Continue reading Buffalo: Resistance Radio with George Wuerthner

How to Make Biomass Energy Sustainable Again

This piece from Low-Tech Magazine examines the practice of coppicing trees for firewood and other uses. The author argues that this practice offers a sustainable, low-tech, small-scale alternative to industrial logging, and doesn’t threaten to accelerate global warming. While we don’t agree with every element of this piece, it is a very important article. How … Continue reading How to Make Biomass Energy Sustainable Again

Green Flame on Matriarchy with Heide Goettner-Abendroth

Green Flame on Matriarchy with Heide Goettner-Abendroth This episode of the Green Flame comes to you from Germany. We interview Heide Goettner-Abendroth, philosopher and researcher on culture and society, focused on matriarchal studies. Heide speaks about her work and offers the listener insight and knowledge into matriarchal society.Heidi has published various books on matriarchal society … Continue reading Green Flame on Matriarchy with Heide Goettner-Abendroth

Socio-Ecological vs. Socio-Economic

This piece comes from the Karuk Tribe, a nation located in what is today northern California and Southern Oregon, along the Klamath River. This piece shares Karuk cultural teachings around socio-ecology. We publish this with gratitide to the Karuk Tribal Department of Natural Resources Pikyav Field Institute, which is currently raising funds to support their … Continue reading Socio-Ecological vs. Socio-Economic

Woman Dies Due To Injuries Sustained During Rape

On 14th September 2020, an adolescent woman was brutally raped by multiple men in India. This article examines the gender- and caste-based hierarchies at play in this region, and how it has affected the case. Woman Dies Due To Injuries Sustained During Rape by Salonika/DGR Asia-Pacific Yet another victim of gang rape has died to … Continue reading Woman Dies Due To Injuries Sustained During Rape

Wild Lands the Size of Mexico Destroyed Between 2000 and 2013

In this research excerpt, the latest temporally inter-comparable maps of the terrestrial Human Footprint are presented, as well as an assessment of change in human pressure at global, biome, and ecoregional scales. Featured image:  Suanmoo via Unsplash by several authors of the School of Earth and Environmental Sciences of the University of Queensland, Australia. Humans … Continue reading Wild Lands the Size of Mexico Destroyed Between 2000 and 2013

Deep Green Resistance recognizes the necessity of militant action

Excerpted from the book Deep Green Resistance — Chapter 15: Our Best Hope by Lierre Keith. 6. Deep Green Resistance recognizes the necessity of militant action. If we had enough people for a mass movement or enough time to build one, we could shut down the activities that are destroying our planet using only determined … Continue reading Deep Green Resistance recognizes the necessity of militant action

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