French Ecowarriors and their Yurts

Militant ecowarriors are planning to intensify protests this month against France’s new anti-traveler laws. “We have chosen to live in a yurt in order to educate our children in a spirit of sharing and freedom,” said Solange Chabert, a yurtist from the […]

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Scott DeMuth’s Sentencing Delayed

Animal liberation defendant Scott DeMuth’s pre-sentencing hearing, which had been scheduled for December 29 after getting postponed once already, got canceled today because of bureaucratic issues in the court system. His actual sentencing is now scheduled for January 14th in Iowa. Click […]

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Victory in Tokyo Two Scandal

“Greenpeace welcomes the Fisheries Agency of Japan’s decision to discipline its officials who had been receiving free whale meat from the whaling operating company. However, FAJ only punished 5 officials while the corruption in the whaling program is much bigger and institutionalized. […]

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Suspects Arrested for Assaulting Activist

Authorities announced arrests in an assault on Konstantin Fetisov, who campaigned against construction of a highway through Khimki, a Moscow suburb. Click here for more. In other news, several utilities companies in Florida are suing the EPA for increasing water standards. The […]

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Obama Rejects Polar Bears, plus More Wikileaks

According to Censored News, Wikileaks has revealed US spying on Mapuche activists and other indigenous peoples in South America. “The most disturbing aspect of the US State Department cables on Indigenous Peoples is the haughtiness and white privilege that bleeds through the […]

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Academics Protest Arrest of Indian Activist

“We are deeply shocked by the judgment of a Chhattisgarh court holding the human rights activist Dr. Binayak Sen to be guilty of sedition, and sentencing him to life imprisonment. Dr. Binayak Sen never resorted to violence against any other person, never […]

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First Armenian Dolphinarium Protested, plus more

Around 50 Armenian and international organizations protest against the opening and exploitation of the dolphinarium.Click here for more info. In other news, Italy announced yesterday plans to build a particle accelerator with parts from an old US made atom smasher. Sounds dangerous? […]

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International Solidarity with Mapuche Media

Several Mapuche communities in the Lleu Lleu lake region are coming together to build a radio station as a source of counterinformation that comes from a Mapuche cultural worldview. The Mapuche have been struggling for over 500 years against invasion and colonization. […]

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Tis the Season…

Tis the season to plan an event for the Day of Direct Action Against Extraction! For a stable climate, clean air and water, we must stop the extraction of fossil fuels and other “resources.” From the tar sands of Alberta to the […]

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