Editor’s note: The following is from the chapter “A Taxonomy of Action” of the book Deep Green Resistance: A Strategy to Save the Planet. This book is now available for free online. by Aric McBay The word strike comes from eighteenth-century English sailors, who struck (removed) their ship’s sails and refused to go to sea, but the concept of … Continue reading Book Excerpt: Acts of Omission: Strikes, Boycotts, and More
Editor’s note: The following is from the chapter “A Taxonomy of Action” of the book Deep Green Resistance: A Strategy to Save the Planet. This book is now available for free online. by Aric McBay And here yet another temptation asserts itself. Why not wait until our cause becomes vivid and urgent enough, and our … Continue reading Book Excerpt: Goals, Strategies, and Tactics
by Boris Forkel / Deep Green Resistance Germany Capitalism reaches fulfillment when it sells communism as a commodity. Communism as a commodity spells the end of revolution. —Byung-Chul Han I’m a permaculturalist. And I became a permie in the first place because I wanted to break free from this culture. To me, permaculture … Continue reading Freedom
Featured image: Activists March Against Nestlé On Bridge of The Gods Land defense and social justice work are necessary for healthy human and non-human communities, but any victories will be irrelevant if industrial civilization makes the planet literally unlivable. The system must be stopped before it triggers irreversible runaway climate change and ecological collapse, and … Continue reading Survey: Why did you choose aboveground work?
Featured image: Richard Walker. A techno-green future of limitless abundance sounds great, writes Aaron Vansintjan, but it’s totally unsustainable. by Aaron Vansintjan / Red Pepper If you hadn’t heard, despair is old hat. Rather than retreat into the woods, now is the time to think big, to propose visionary policies and platforms. So enter grand proposals like … Continue reading Where’s the “Eco” in Ecomodernism?
by Max Wilbert / Deep Green Resistance “Deep down, every liberationist is an optimist.” – Steve Biko Steve Biko was a South African anti-apartheid activist and organizer who was murdered by the secret police in 1978. He was 32 years old when he was tortured and beaten, resulting in his death. “I Write … Continue reading I Write What I Like: The Legacy of Steve Biko and the Anti-Apartheid Struggle
Featured image: Demonstration against TTIP. Sebastian Heidelberger, creative commons licence Editor’s note: This is the second part an edited transcript of Derrick Jensen’s December 10, 2017 Resistance Radio interview with Alfred McCoy. Read Part One here. McCoy’s first book, The Politics of Heroin in Southeast Asia (New York, 1972), sparked controversy when the CIA tried … Continue reading Resistance Radio: Alfred McCoy on Empire, Part Two
Featured image: Gwadar, Pakistan, site of a $200 billion Chinese infrastructure investment. Editor’s note: This is the first part of an edited transcript of Derrick Jensen’s December 10, 2017 Resistance Radio interview with Alfred McCoy. Read the Part Two here. McCoy’s first book, The Politics of Heroin in Southeast Asia (New York, 1972), sparked controversy when … Continue reading Resistance Radio: Alfred McCoy on Empire, Part One
The Pinyon-Juniper Alliance presents a panel discussion featuring experts on Pinyon-Juniper forests and the so-called “restoration” efforts that are destroying them. The panel, which is titled Protecting Native Forests in the West: The Pinyon-Juniper Alliance, will take place on Friday, March 2nd from 8:30 am to 9:45 am in room 232 of the Erb Memorial Union … Continue reading Pinyon Juniper Alliance presentation at PIELC Conference in Eugene, OR
Editor’s note: this is an edited transcript of a talk at the 2014 Earth at Risk capitalism and sociopathy panel. View the video here. by Stephanie McMillan, Derrick Jensen, and Charles Derber Stephanie McMillan: Thank you for being determined to investigate and understand the different aspects of this catastrophic situation that we are … Continue reading How Do We Destroy Capitalism?