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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Earth First! Blocks the Blade

On July 5, 37 activists were arrested outside of Oak Ridge, TN, protesting nuclear weapons. Two days later, anti-war activist and environmentalist Jim Bohen, pioneer of Greenpeace, died at the age of 87. On that same day, Earth First! honored the No […]

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Update on Toronto G20 and more international news

After spending over 1 billion dollars on security, the Toronto government arrested over 900 people during the protests against the G20. In other news, the government of Australia has blocked all reporting and journalism surrounding the governments allowance of a Chinese mining […]

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Hands Across the Sands

From Jack Nounnan: Please to tell others…. Everyone encouraged to attend one of these “Hands across the Sand” events locally, in face of these oil calamities….a more silent ‘presence’ and way to begin this ‘sea change’ confronting our lives… with our simple […]

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From the Shadows: Toronto, Minneapolis and the ALF

This year’s G20 protest in Toronto is shaping up to be the biggest ever… The Toronto Community Mobilization Network is planning themed days of protest of environmental justice and indigenous solidarity. Organizers are filing injunctions against the use of sound cannons, but […]

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