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by Cloe Logan / Canada’s National Observer April 27, 2021 One of B.C.’s smallest birds is responsible for a four-month stop-work order on one of the federal government’s largest projects, the expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline. Anna’s hummingbirds are protected by […]
This edition of the News was compiled by a groundbreaking volunteer virtual editorial collective which included Beetle, Earthworm, Gnat, Mala, Nada, Sage and Sunflower.
by Nicholas Kusnetz at Inside Climate News Bills to increase penalties for “impeding” the operations of a pipeline or power plant—in many cases elevating the offense to a felony—are pending in at least five states and have been enacted in 15 others. […]
by AntiStasis Yesterday April 4, a group of Earth First! organizers from across the country closed out their national spring gathering at Fisheating Creek with a demonstration at the adjacent gates of both the Moore Haven CF state prison (run by private […]
by BC Blackout The following was received anonymously: March 17, 2021 — From deep in the coastal rainforest, to the streets of the colonial capital of so-called British Columbia, to the front page of the Globe & Mail, something is stirring. After […]
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by Natasha Lennard–The Intercept Following President Joe Biden’s executive order to revoke the permit for the Keystone XL pipeline, activists and organizers are escalating calls for similar actions to shutter other major pipelines. They are addressing projects like Enbridge’s Line 3 tar […]
Climate activists Ruby Montoya, 30, and Jessica Reznicek, 39, were each indicted in September 2019 on nine federal charges, including counts for damaging an energy facility, use of fire in the commission of a felony and malicious use of fire. Court records show both women in the past three weeks have agreed to plead guilty to a single charge of conspiracy to damage an energy facility, with the remaining charges dismissed. Both are due to be sentenced May 28.
February 10, 2021 by Unoffensive Animal Ladislav Kuc is serving a twelve year sentence in Slovakia charged with the detonation of an explosive at a McDonalds. The police also tried to charge him with other incendiary attacks against shooting towers and threatening […]
by PrisonerSolidarity.com Steve Martinez is confined in Burleigh County Detention Center after refusing, on principle, to give testimony before a federal grand jury. This Grand Jury, like the one at which Martinez refused to testify three years ago, ostensibly involves a criminal […]