Why Was An Action Making A Connection Between Militarism And Climate Chaos Subverted?

By Max Obuszewski, Popular Resistance. -

I support the impeachment of Donald Trump for myriad reasons. And I dream that the Senate will convict this criminal. However, even with Trump gone, climate chaos will continue to plague the [...]

RCMP Arrest Unist’ot’en Supporter

By Unist'ot'en Camp, Facebook. -

One Unist’ot’en supporter was arrested this morning at approximately 9:45am for enforcing provisions of a temporary access agreement with Coastal GasLink. The Access Protocol Agreement between [...]

Shifting The Balance Of Forces Through Sanctions Against Trump And US Carbon Capital

By Patrick Bond, Climate Futures: Reimagining Global Climate Justice. -

Future climate scenarios are not only in the hands of state and corporate leaders; they depend upon the extent to which climate movement activists’ current political philosophies, analyses, [...]

Reportback And Videos From The Forest & Climate Convergence

By Anne Petermann, Global Justice Ecology Project. -

The Resurgence: 2019 Forest & Climate Movement Convergence took place over October 10-14, 2019. It brought together more than 300 people, including many front line community members and [...]

Extinction Rebellion: Nonviolently Hitting Our Stride

By Extinction Rebellion. -

As we approached the first weekend of the October Rebellion, it was humbling and inspiring to see that rebels showed no sign of slowing down. In fact, day 5 was marked by a series of exciting [...]

Appeals Court Orders Stay Of Mountain Valley Pipeline Permit

By Laurence Hammack, Roanoke Times. -

Virginia - Already slowed by the loss of two permits and a lawsuit that challenges a third one, construction of the Mountain Valley Pipeline hit another major roadblock Friday. The 4th U.S. [...]

Goodbye Columbus – Hello Indigenous Peoples Day

By Amy Goodman and Dennis Moynihan, Democracy Now. -

Indigenous Peoples Day is increasingly being celebrated across the U.S. in place of Christopher Columbus Day, as the myth of Columbus as beneficent discoverer is debunked and as the critical role [...]

Extinction Rebellion Protests Stop Business As Usual Across The Planet

By Kevin Zeese, Popular Resistance -

The next climate crisis campaign of Extinction Rebellion has begun. Across the globe, activists blocked roads and staged demonstrations in big cities around the globe Monday, part of a [...]

Holistic Land Management – Only A Movement Can Prevent Desertification

By Busani Bafana, IPS News. -

According to the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) the scourge of desertification is costing the global economy up to 15 trillion dollars annually, making it urgent to [...]

Disabled Rebels Call For ‘New Blood’ In Advance Of Extinction Rebellion Action

By John Pring, Disability News Service. -

Together with a group called Deaf Rebels, they hope to play a key part in the UK actions, which will include a “central focus” on Westminster and will last two weeks from Monday (7 [...]

Student Climate Activists Confront Board Of Education

By Maryam Shahzad, My MC Media. -

Student climate advocacy group MoCo Students on Climate held a rally Friday to demand climate action from Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS).  Students gathered with signs outside the east [...]

Hundreds Rally In Opposition To Line 3 Tar Sands Pipeline

By Unicorn Riot. -

The rally comes at the end of a week of protests across planet Earth designed to bring attention to the ongoing mass extinction event tied to human-accelerated climate change. Protests and [...]

Largest Green Action Since 1970s In New Hampshire Targets Coal Power Plant

By Shawne K. Wickham, Union Leader. -

Bow. NH — Sixty-seven activists were arrested Saturday for trespassing at the Merrimack Station coal-burning power plant, in what organizers said was the largest environmental civil disobedience [...]

Raging Granny Locks Herself To Equipment At Mountain Valley Pipeline Site

By Appalachians Against Pipelines. -

Montgomery County, VA — Early this morning, Duff Benjamin, a 75-year-old midwife, grandmother, and self-identified “raging granny” locked herself to Mountain Valley Pipeline construction [...]

Ten Ways The Climate Crisis And Militarism Are Intertwined

By Medea Benjamin, Popular Resistance. -

The environmental justice movement that is surging globally is intentionally intersectional, showing how global warming is connected to issues such as race, poverty, migration and public health. [...]