...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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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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“A political resistance goes on day and night, under cover and over ground, where people can see it and people can’t. It is taught. It is encouraged. It is celebrated. It is smart. It is committed. And someday it will win.” ―Andrea Dworkin

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By Julia Conley Jun 26, 2024, for Common Dreams. “The geoengineering approach puts Earth’s systems at risk in a faulty and false bid toward solving the climate crisis. It is what we call a false solution,” said one campaigner. Biodiversity [...]

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Sat, Jul 20 2024
Shark Awareness Day: Protecting Our Ocean’s Guardians
Editor’s note: Sharks are beautiful, intelligent creatures, but they have been overexploited for decades. Because of their “high market value” industrial fisheries hunt sharks for their fins and other body parts. But it’s difficult to [...]

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Tue, Jul 16 2024
The World Is Farming More Seafood Than It Catches
Editor’s note: The author asks if that is a good thing. The short answer is no. For the same reason, agriculture is bad for the land, aquaculture is bad for the ocean. It is because humans have overcaught wild fish and depleted their numbers that [...]

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Sat, Jul 13 2024
Building Leadership Capacity: The Ladder of Engagement
Editor’s note: When we engage in any form of activism, building leadership capacity helps people become more confident and proactive. It means the leader of the group doesn’t have to be responsible for every task and can delegate other important [...]

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Tue, Jul 09 2024
Burning Wood Is not ‘Renewable Energy’
by Mike DiGirolamo, Rachel Donald on Mongabay 11 June 2024   Burning wood to generate electricity — “biomass energy” — is increasingly being pursued as a renewable replacement for burning coal in nations like the U.K., Japan, and South Korea — [...]

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Fri, Jul 05 2024
Watershed Moment for Fossil Fuels at Supreme Court
Editor’s note: While renewable energies won’t save the climate and need to be fought against, it’s as neccessary to keep on fighting against fossil fuels. Because the oil and gas industries will continue with their business as usual – [...]

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Tue, Jul 02 2024
Sick Chimps Seek out Medicinal Plants to Heal Themselves
by Basten Gokkon on Mongabay 14 May 2024 A new study concludes that chimpanzees displaying a range of ailments seek out plants with known medicinal properties to treat those ailments. The finding is important because it’s a rare instance where a species is [...]

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Sat, Jun 29 2024
The Next Pandemic Is Already Here for Earth’s Wildlife
Editor’s note: A pandemic in our backyards – The squirrel walked a bit wobbly, it wasn’t as agile and funny as these small creatures often move. It had its eyes rather closed which gave it a tired look. I was concerned and called a squirrel [...]

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Tue, Jun 25 2024
Forest Bird Trade Flies Quietly Under Social Media Radar
by Riza Salman on Mongabay 11 June 2024 During the COVID-19 pandemic, a young documentary filmmaker began quietly joining a growing number of Facebook community groups run by traders of rare Indonesian birds. Over the following two years, a reporting team [...]

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Sat, Jun 22 2024
Indigenous Economics Does Not Financialize Nature
Editor’s note: Most Indigenous economics or land-based communities appreciate nature in its complex lifegiving and intelligent values it provides – for free – to all forms of creatures on earth. Yet we live in a century where shareholders [...]

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