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Happening Today: Live Streaming Event “Ending The Greenwashing”

Join Us Today Derrick Jensen, Lierre Keith, Max Wilbert, and grassroots organizers from around the world for a special 3-hour live streaming event, Ending The Greenwashing, starting at 1pm Pacific Time and hosted by Deep Green Resistance. This event will explore in detail the topic of greenwashing. Around the planet, mining companies, energy producers, automakers, … Continue reading Happening Today: Live Streaming Event “Ending The Greenwashing”

Brazilian Supreme Court takes crucial step towards recognizing indigenous rights

Indigenous peoples worldwide are the victims of the largest genocide in human history, which is ongoing. Wherever indigenous cultures have not been completely destroyed or assimilated, they stand as relentless defenders of the landbases and natural communities which are there ancestral homes. They also provide living proof that humans as a species are not inherently … Continue reading Brazilian Supreme Court takes crucial step towards recognizing indigenous rights

Boosting bee diversity can help stabilise crop production – new research

While research is important, it should be absolutely clear to anybody with a sane mind that the use of agrochemicals and the extermination of insects is an abysmal stupidity. By applying poisons to a closed system like planet earth we are poisoning ourselves. A worldwide ban of all pesticides would be a reasonable first step … Continue reading Boosting bee diversity can help stabilise crop production – new research

Déjà vu as palm oil industry brings deforestation, pollution to Amazon

Indigenous peoples worldwide are the victims of the largest genocide in human history, which is ongoing. Wherever indigenous cultures have not been completely destroyed or assimilated, they stand as relentless defenders of the landbases and natural communities which are there ancestral homes. They also provide living proof that humans as a species are not inherently … Continue reading Déjà vu as palm oil industry brings deforestation, pollution to Amazon

Baghpat Farmers: ‘How Long Will The Lies Work?

DGR are interested in these protests in India, led primarily by those in poor farming communities, because they offer insight into successful campaigning and highlight the brutality of those in power.  By Parth M.N. Farmers’ protests have been on at sites beyond Delhi’s borders. One in Uttar Pradesh was dismantled by a late-night crackdown – … Continue reading Baghpat Farmers: ‘How Long Will The Lies Work?

Livestock and Deforestation in the American West

In this article, Erik Molvar outlines the serious nature of climate change. He offers evidence-based clarity on why destroying fragile woodlands, that holds carbon in place, needs to stop. The dawn breaks each morning on a hundred different mountain ranges in the Great Basin, with few human eyes to see it. Many of these mountain … Continue reading Livestock and Deforestation in the American West

Global Obsession with Economic Growth Will Increase Risk of Deadly Pandemics in Future

This article offers clarity regarding the risks of continuing in an ‘economic growth mindset’. All life on earth needs a stable climate, healthy soil, and protective ozone layers. Without significant, meaningful, global change humans remain on a course that invites climate collapse, this includes pandemics. By Tom Pegram, Associate Professor in Global Governance and Deputy … Continue reading Global Obsession with Economic Growth Will Increase Risk of Deadly Pandemics in Future

A common soil pesticide cut wild bee reproduction by 89% – here’s why scientists are worried

This article was originally published in The Conversation. For us as radicals, spraying pesticides is not only a horrible crime committed to our fellow beings, it is also unbelievable stupid to poison our own food chain. While all large-scale monoculture is destructive, a world wide ban of all pesticides would be a huge step forward … Continue reading A common soil pesticide cut wild bee reproduction by 89% – here’s why scientists are worried

India’s Farmers’ Protests Are About More Than Reform — They Are Resisting The Corporate Takeover Of Agriculture

Written by Manu Moudgil – India’s historic farmers movement has overcome regional, religious, gender and ideological differences to challenge corporate influence on government. By Manu Moudgil/Waging Non Violence On Feb. 6, protesters blocked roads at an estimated 10,000 spots across India as part of the ongoing movement against the new farm laws enacted by the … Continue reading India’s Farmers’ Protests Are About More Than Reform — They Are Resisting The Corporate Takeover Of Agriculture

India’s Farmer’s Protests: This Is History In The Making

This article was written by Sarang Narasimhaiah and Mukesh Kulriya and published on Roarmag.org in the 5th February 2021. Sarang and Mukesh offer the reader a detailed account of the protests, why people are against corporate rule and what the protests may lead to. Featured image by Mukesh Kulriya. Amidst the months-long, farmer-led protests on … Continue reading India’s Farmer’s Protests: This Is History In The Making