Solidarity Across Species

By Astra Taylor and Sunaura Taylor, Dissent Magazine. -

We are animals. While human beings often repress this basic fact, the novel coronavirus has revealed our connection to and dependence on the well-being of other creatures. In various ways, our [...]

Lummi Tribal Members Fight To Free Orca From 50 Year Captivity

By Earth Law Center. -

The two Lummi Nation tribal members working for the release and return of the captive orca Sk'aliCh'elh-tenaut (also known as Tokitae or her stage name, Lolita) announced today that they will be [...]

Court Strikes Down 440 Oil And Gas Leases Across The West

By Rebecca Beitsch, The Hill. -

A federal court in Montana invalidated 440 oil and gas leases sold across the West, ruling Friday the Trump administration did not properly follow a plan to protect sage grouse habitat.  U.S. [...]

Groups Fight To Keep Desert National Wildlife Refuge Intact

By Roz Brown, Public News Service. -

Las Vegas - Conservation groups say Nevada eventually could lose its Desert National Wildlife Refuge north of Las Vegas if Congress approves a request from the U.S. Air Force to expand its [...]

A Movement Builds To Support Wildlife In Human Spaces

By April M. Short, Portside. -

The world’s wildlife is in danger of dying off, and inevitably taking humanity out with it. Humans have destroyed enormous portions of the planet’s natural spaces, and caused a climate disaster [...]

Judge Reverses Convictions Of No More Deaths Volunteers

By Staff, -

TUCSON, AZ – On January 31st, United States District Judge Rosemary Márquez reversed the convictions of four No More Deaths volunteers. The volunteers were convicted in January 2019 of multiple [...]

Pipeline Company Illegally Cutting Trees, Threatening Eagles

By Protect Orange County, -

Orange County NY Residents who oppose Millenniums 7.8 Mile pipeline called VLP or Valley Lateral Project staged a Vigil after learning that yesterday the stay of construction was lifted for the [...]

Freeing The Klamath: Water Rights Issues Remain Unresolved

By Zoe Loftus-Farren, -

By Zoe Loftus-Farren for Earth Island Journal. Northwestern United States - After more than a decade of negotiating, and waiting, and negotiating again, it looks like four dams on the lower [...]