...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.

From Deep Green Resistance
Throughout history all resistance movements have faced ruthless enemies that had unlimited resources. That's why all resistance movements count on loyalty and material support. And, unlike the past, now everything's at stake. We are battling those who are destroying the planet for their profit. Not all of us can participate on the frontlines. But we all can contribute at some level. Here's your opportunity to:
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-Max Wilbert
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The Unis'tot'en Camp is a land-based, indigenous-led resistance community, strategically blocking construction of pipelines critical for extraction of tar sands and shale gas.
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“So many objections may be made to everything, that nothing can overcome them but the necessity of doing something.” ―Samuel Butler

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The Green Deceit of Deep Sea Mining
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Sun, Jan 09 2022
Wild Nature, Wild Woman
This talk was given in the Feminist Thinking Will Save the Planet session at #FiLiA2021. The article originally appeared on the FiLiA website. By Susan Breen Any of you who know me will be aware that I’m a recovering mainstream environmentalist and left [...]

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Thu, Dec 30 2021
Transcript of Diane Wilson on Resistance Radio
Florence Nightingale, the English pioneer of modern nursing is quoted as saying, “I attribute my success to this: I never gave or took an excuse.”  Editors note: Never give up your agency. If your goal is to save life on the planet, sometimes you have [...]

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Wed, Dec 29 2021
First Nations unite to fight industrial exploitation of Australia’s Martuwarra
This story first appeared in Mongabay. By Nick Rodway The Fitzroy River in the Kimberley region of Western Australia, one of the country’s most ecologically and culturally significant waterways, is facing proposals of further agriculture and mining [...]

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Tue, Dec 28 2021
Rare Southern California Butterfly Protected as Threatened Under Endangered Species Act
This story first appeared in Center for Biological Diversity. SAN DIEGO, Calif.— After nearly 30 years of petitions and lawsuits by the Center for Biological Diversity, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service today protected one of Southern California’s [...]

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Mon, Dec 27 2021
Niger Delta communities in ‘great danger’ as month-old oil spill continues
This article originally appeared in Mongabay. Featured image: Barge transporting oil drums in the Niger Delta. Image by Stakeholder Democracy via Flickr (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0). Oil has been spilling from a wellhead in Nigeria’s Bayelsa state for a month now, [...]

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Sun, Dec 26 2021
Paths Forward: In Defense of “Utopian” Creativity (Part 2)
This story was first published in Learning Earthways. By George R Price. [Part 1 of this essay can be found here.] The points in time at which various ancient human societies began to go the wrong way (whether by force from outsiders, or by bad decisions [...]

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Sat, Dec 25 2021
Paths Forward: In Defense of “Utopian” Creativity (Part 1 of 2)
This story was first published in Learning Earthways. By George R. Price The oral traditions and origin stories of many Indigenous peoples, worldwide, include some stories of the endings of previous worlds. In such stories, the end of one world usually [...]

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Fri, Dec 24 2021
Indigenous community saves Colombia’s poison dart frog from coca and logging
This story first appeared in Mongabay. Editor’s note: This is what environmental justice looks like. Not NGOs dictating what lands will be set aside for 30×30, which is just greenwashing colonialism. It is the people whose land it is making those [...]

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Thu, Dec 23 2021
In Ecuador, a Forest Has Legal Rights
This is a press release from the Center for Biological Diversity Ecuador’s Highest Court Enforces Constitutional ‘Rights of Nature’ to Safeguard Los Cedros Protected Forest QUITO, Ecuador— In an unprecedented case, the Constitutional Court of [...]

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