Wilderness Update, y’all

The Cedar Mesa Wilderness Bill seems to be dwindling in government bureaucracy. A new group is forming called Friends of Cedar Mesa, consisting of residents of Blanding, Bluff and Monticello as well as citizens from the Navajo Nation, in order to maintain […]

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Southwest Regional Rondy Announced

Plans are in the works for a Southwest Bio-Regional Earth First! Rendezvous and Organizers’ Conference, August 20-22, in the beautiful San Luis Valley of Colorado. The rendezvous site is near the town of Saguache, in the Rio Grande National Forest. Exact site […]

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Solidarity News

The Teamsters teamed up with the Center for Health, Environment & Justice, Clean New York and WEACT for Environmental Justice as well as concerned parents, students and consumer activists to protest plastic toys at Toys R Us. The protest called for an […]

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Hugh and Tiga sign plea agreement

“Details of the Agreement: Hugh and Gina each pled guilty to 2 counts of trespassing (class A misdemeanor) and were each sentenced to two years non-reporting probation and a $10 fine, plus court costs. According to the deal, if they don’t violate […]

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Sochi Protests, News Roundup

Protests in Sochi, Russia, have been getting physical, as police and activists have clashed over days of intense action. 4,000 gathered to protest in Sochi as radicals built barricades in the Khimki forests. Two home demonstrations staged against supporters of notorious animal […]

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News Roundup

For all those saying the environmental movement needs to accept the Tea Baggers, now’s your chance. Tea party folks convened on the 15th to protest the new $303 million LG Chem lithium ion battery in Holland, MI. Don’t get too excited though. […]

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Radical action in UK

Hundreds protested at Whitsand Bay against the dumping of river waste at the Rame Head dump site. Other more radical acts of direct action in defense of the planet have also occurred as saboteurs have destroyed 3 cell towers over the past […]

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News Wrap-Up

Bhopalis are dissatisfied on the whole with the settlement last month, which brings about $500 to the families of affected victims—the settlement came over a decade after a Dow Chemical-owned chemical plant exploded, killing thousands immediately and leaving thousands more with long-term […]

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RAN Occupies EPA

According to the Rainforest Action Network: “After entering the EPA building, activists sat down in the center of the lobby, locked themselves together with metal ‘lock boxes,’ and began to blast West Virginia’s adopted state song, John Denver’s ‘Take me Home, Country […]

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