...So think "resistance" with all your aching heart, a word that must become our promise to what is left of this planet. Gather the others: you already know them. The brave, smart, militant, and, most of all, serious, and together take aim. Do it carefully, but do it.

Then fire for all you're worth.

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Dear Technocrats, Leave Us Alone
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Mon, Apr 15 2024
Effective Activism Requires Honest Conversations
Editor’s Note: Civilization is killing the planet. DGR believes that nature must be protected from civilization. Nature can come back from the damage that people have done but first the destruction must stop. While people can not survive without [...]

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Fri, Apr 12 2024
Film Review: Ecosophia
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Mon, Apr 08 2024
Surprise Discovery of Wind Farm Project in Philippine Reserve Prompts Alarm
Editor’s note: Wind farms are not a solution to ecological destruction, especially not when built in protected reserves. Singapore-based company Rizal Wind Energy Corp. (RWEC) is drilling illegally in wildlife sanctuary and ecotourism area Masungi [...]

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Fri, Apr 05 2024
Cooling the Earth by Reflecting Sunlight Back to Space
Editor’s note: As humanity, we’ve come so far as to consider – after having wreaked havoc on a perfectly functioning ecosystems on a flourishing planet – that producing clouds from seawater is a good idea. It sounds too bizarre to be [...]

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Mon, Apr 01 2024
Building Social-ecology Under Attacks in Rojava
Editor’s Note: The Kurdish people of Rojava have been building a grassroots democracy based around self-organizing communes, valuing relationships with nature and women’s liberation. To a large extent, these communes aim for what we believe the [...]

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Fri, Mar 29 2024
Nearly Half of Migratory Species Populations Decline
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Mon, Mar 25 2024
How Long Has Humanity Been at War With Itself?
Editor’s note: When debating with people about how to create a society without war, the argument always comes up that “back in the stone age humans were also violent” or “back to nature doesn’t work”. Yet historical [...]

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Fri, Mar 22 2024
Frontline Fishers Force Early End to New Orleans Gas Conference
Editor’s note: Fishermen are engaging resistance against the natural gas industry and its expansion of Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) terminals. They aim to defend their traditional work that goes back hundreds of years, their fishing habitats, and the [...]

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Mon, Mar 18 2024
Greenwashing the Blue Economy
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