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Electrical network sabotage Nottingham area (UK) in May 2016

There are two news reports that someone with an air rifle has targeted an electrical substation [1] and overhead electrical cables [2] in the Nottingham area in May 2016. Its unclear exactly how many incidents there were. It resulted in power cuts in 8,000 homes and businesses in the Nottingham area. The electrical company was … Continue reading Electrical network sabotage Nottingham area (UK) in May 2016

Underground Action Calendar refreshed

Our Underground Action Calendar lists attacks from as far back as the 1970s, to inspire and serve as a research tool. We include a variety of actions from around the world, some carried out by individuals, some by organized militant groups. Targets range from local earth-destroying construction equipment to networks of oil wells and pipelines. … Continue reading Underground Action Calendar refreshed

Old growth trees spiked by eco-warriors in Oregon to stop logging

Environmental activists warned those who cut down ancient trees for profit that giant logs in an Oregon mill have been spiked in protest. Earth First! released the statement [from another group calling itself SAP] Saturday, claiming dozens of spikes had been placed in timber at the Noti mill to stop the company from “processing the oldest … Continue reading Old growth trees spiked by eco-warriors in Oregon to stop logging

Is The Climate Movement Making Progress? Reflections on #BreakFree2016

By Dillon Thomson and Max Wilbert / Deep Green Resistance Eugene Also available in French: Le mouvement pour le climat progresse-t-il ? No oil trains would be coming through today. There were more than 200 people on the tracks, some physically locked in place, others suspended in the air, and most simply sitting in their … Continue reading Is The Climate Movement Making Progress? Reflections on #BreakFree2016

Indigenous U’wa Struggle for Peace in Colombia

By Jake Ling / Intercontinental Cry This is the first installment of “The Guardians of Mother Earth,” a four-part series examining the Indigenous U’wa struggle for peace in Colombia. On September 23, 2015, in the Palace of Conventions in Havana, Cuba, his excellency Juan Manuel Santos, the President of the Republic of Colombia, and Commander Timoleon Jimenez, … Continue reading Indigenous U’wa Struggle for Peace in Colombia

The Ecosabotage We DON’T Hear About

  From our friends in the UK Chapter of Deep Green Resistance: — We’ve listed the underground actions in the UK that are in the public domain, but what about those we don’t hear about? There’s a rich and continuous stream of resistance that never sees the light of day, never seeks the media feeds … Continue reading The Ecosabotage We DON’T Hear About

The Ecosabotage We DON’T Hear About

  From our friends in the UK Chapter of Deep Green Resistance: — We’ve listed the underground actions in the UK that are in the public domain, but what about those we don’t hear about? There’s a rich and continuous stream of resistance that never sees the light of day, never seeks the media feeds … Continue reading The Ecosabotage We DON’T Hear About

The Ecosabotage We DON’T Hear About

  From our friends in the UK Chapter of Deep Green Resistance: — We’ve listed the underground actions in the UK that are in the public domain, but what about those we don’t hear about? There’s a rich and continuous stream of resistance that never sees the light of day, never seeks the media feeds … Continue reading The Ecosabotage We DON’T Hear About

The ecosabotage we don’t hear about

We’ve listed the underground actions in the UK that are in the public domain, but what about those we don’t hear about? There’s a rich and continuous stream of resistance that never sees the light of day, never seeks the media feeds or the spotlight. A conversation with a friend recently highlighted this ongoing resistance; … Continue reading The ecosabotage we don’t hear about

Sweet Crude (Seattle Filmmaker Sandy Cioffi)

Sweet Crude is the story of Nigeria’s Niger Delta – the human and environmental consequences of 50 years of oil extraction and the members of a new insurgency who, in the three years after the filmmakers met them as college students, became the young men of the Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta … Continue reading Sweet Crude (Seattle Filmmaker Sandy Cioffi)