The Deep Green Resistance News Service is an educational wing of the DGR movement. We cover a wide range of contemporary issues from a biocentric perspective, with a focus on ecology, feminism, indigenous issues, strategy, and civilization. We publish news, opinion, interviews, analysis, art, poetry, first-hand stories, and multimedia.
We have two main goals. First, we aim to give voice to the natural world. And second, we aim to give inspiration and skills so our readers can become active in defending the planet.
We are all familiar with the litany of horrors: forests are cut for agriculture and biofuels; oceans are clogged with fertilizer, plastics, and industrial waste; hundreds of species driven extinct daily; global warming; and on and on. This devastation has only continued to accelerate.
Yet people around the globe are standing together in resistance, fighting for their planet and for justice. This is not a pattern one can always glean from reading mainstream news sources. This is in large part because the mainstream media is controlled by many of the same corporations responsible for the problems we are facing.
The DGR News Service helps close this gap by providing news and commentary about the ecological disaster we find ourselves in, and about those fighting to stop it. Our site gathers together news stories from mainstream, alternative, and activist sources; essays by writers such as Derrick Jensen, Lierre Keith, and other DGR members and allies; videos of devastation and resistance; interviews with front-line activists; book and film reviews; and articles providing background on everything from historical resistance movements to the connection between patriarchy, overpopulation, and the destruction of the land.
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