...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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Forever Chemicals in Every River in the US
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Mon, Jan 23 2023
Dumping Nuclear Waste in the Pacific
Editor’s note: The 2011 nuclear disaster in Fukushima, triggered by an earthquake and a tsunami, was one of the worst nuclear accidents of the twenty-first century to date. Nevertheless, worse ones might come in the future. In the quest for energy to [...]

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Fri, Jan 20 2023
Wisconsin Town Gets Sued for Regulating Factory Farms
Editor’s Note: Even when local governing units make decisions for the welfare of the environment, state laws are designed to crush them. The following story covers how a small town is getting sued for passing a local ordinance to prevent pollution from [...]

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Tue, Jan 17 2023
An Environmental Defender Is Killed Every Two Days
Editor’s Note: Although it is taught in college, there are no business ethics. Industries have no morals. Their only purpose is to make money. There is no honor among thieves. If they have to kill to make a profit, so be it. It is most easily seen in [...]

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Fri, Jan 13 2023
Biomass Firms Tell Bright Green Lies
Editor’s Note: Saplings cannot replace mature forests, with their hundreds of years of biodiversity and carbon sequestration. The biomass industry is destroying mature forests with a promise of planting saplings. Even if it had come from “waste [...]

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Tue, Jan 10 2023
Europe Removed Dams at a Surprising Rate
Editor’s note: Dams change the way rivers function and they impact water quality. Slow-moving or still artificial lakes heat up. This results in abnormal temperature fluctuations which affect sensitive species and lead to algal blooms and decreased [...]

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Fri, Jan 06 2023
Corporate Capture of Global Biodiversity Efforts of UN Summit
Editor’s Note: The UN Biodiversity Conference (COP 15) was held from the 7th to 19th of December, 2022 in Montreal, Canada. This article was published shortly before that. It highlights how the COP has been hijacked by corporate interests. Corporate [...]

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Mon, Jan 02 2023
Thacker Pass Sacred Sites Are Already Being Damaged
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Fri, Dec 30 2022
Renewable Energy Isn’t Replacing Fossil Fuel Energy
Editor’s note: It is true that wind and heat from the sun are renewable but the devices used to capture that energy are not. Creating such devices only adds on to a non-existing carbon budget. Richard Heinberg, the author of the following article, is [...]

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Mon, Dec 26 2022
Social Movements in Defense of Our Territories Are Our Hope
Editor’s Note: The mainstream environmental movement has been co-opted not only into believing that renewables can save the planet, but also in the tactics used to accomplish that. A lot of the movement uses advocacy as the one and only strategy [...]

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