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22/9/2014
’ve never been to a protest march that advertised in the New York City subway. That spent $220,000 on posters inviting Wall Street bankers to join a march to save the planet, according to one source. That claims you can change world history in an ...   
7/6/2014
South Carolina’s state beverage is milk. Its insect is the praying mantis. There’s a designated dance—the shag—as well a sanctioned tartan, game bird, dog, flower, gem and snack food (boiled peanuts). But what Olivia McConnell noticed was missing ...   
15/4/2014
Keystone XL, a pipeline proposal to pump Canadian oil sands through the heart of America, has alarmed environmentalists and become one of the most contentious issues of the Obama presidency. But there is a “Plan B” to cut the United States out of ...   
2/3/2014
Hundreds gather at the White House to protest Keystone XL This past Sunday, over 1,200 youth marched to the White House and staged a protest against the proposed Keystone XL pipeline. The protest was organized just as President Barack ...   
21/10/2013
The image of burning police cars played endlessly on the evening news. Television and talk radio blared out reports of "clashes" between police and indigenous protestors. Last Thursday in New Brunswick near the Elsipogtog First Nation, we were ...   
4/9/2013
There is ample evidence from around the world of extreme weather conditions arising from the devastating effects of climate change. But there is still plenty of denial among those who design and implement environmentally sensitive ...   
27/8/2013
Post-Balcombe what will the fracking landscape look like? Now that the stage has been set with community resistance and national support will the fracking prospectors be running scared or is the prize too great? Investors think it is; their ...   
20/8/2013
Caroline Lucas, the Green party MP, has been released on bail after being arrested with dozens of other people for an anti-fracking protest that she attended because she felt the government "isn't listening" to opposition to the controversial ...   
20/8/2013
People are left with very little option but to take peaceful, non-violent direct action Hundreds of activists blockaded the Balcombe oil drilling site in Sussex owned by the fracking company Cuadrilla, as well as its Lichfield ...   
12/7/2013
As the summer heats up, awareness is quickly escalating across the world as different direct action campaigns target a common denominator: the fossil fuel industry. Earlier this year, organizers including 350.org launched the Summer Heat ...   
29/6/2013
You could call it a tale of two countrysides. On one side of the B2036 at Lower Stumble, near the leafy West Sussex village of Balcombe, stands a high, newly erected metal fence guarding the site where Cuadrilla -- Britain's main fracking firm -- ...   
21/4/2013
At a time when the debate over climate change is finally gaining post-election traction and hot topics such as fracking and the Keystone XL pipeline have captured public attention, the documentary Bidder 70 is poised to showcase a movement that ...   
18/3/2013
In the smart new F/X drama “The Americans” about Elizabeth and Phillip, a pair of lovable Soviet sleeper agents living in the DC suburbs during the Reagan-era 1980s, a top Soviet spy tells Elizabeth “the American people have elected a madman as ...   
20/2/2013
Canada`s police and security agencies think citizens concerned about the environment are threats to national security, and some are under surveillance, documents reveal. The RCMP, the national police force, and Canada`s spy agency CSIS ...   
19/2/2013
In front of the White House early Sunday afternoon, a young man deftly scaled a small leafless tree, to the shock and dismay of the older activists around him. One police officer suggested that he come down, which he eventually did - only to be ...   
5/2/2013
Last November, members of the newly formed direct action group No Dash For Gas were feeling pretty good. They had just completed a week-long occupation of West Burton power station in Nottinghamshire, forced French owners EDF to switch the power ...   
9/10/2012
In a remote corner of northeast Texas, there are people living in trees because, they say, they’re trying to protect the planet from increased carbon emissions over the next century to help slow climate change. Challenging this treehouse blockade ...   
30/9/2012
Perhaps this is a reaction born in part in America's irresponsible inaction on climate change, but I have come to the view that what's needed now is a massive, in-the-streets citizens protest – a global Tahrir Square. I fear that governments will ...   
11/9/2011
It's one of those seeming paradoxes of modern politics: President Obama's record on addressing climate change has been dangerously inadequate and yet climate change is one of the fundamental reasons why it is necessary that President Obama be ...   
11/9/2011
It is such a novel and imaginative idea, and John Sauven mentions it so casually, that it takes a few moments for it to sink in: his organisation wants to build a wall around the North Pole. Not a literal wall of course, on the floating ...   
3/8/2011
Melting Arctic sea ice: Alaska-sized polar bear habitat disappears Mapping the whalers: Sea ice study goes beyond the numbers Reimagining the Arctic Tim DeChristopher was sentenced July 26, 2011, to two years in federal prison and given ...   
17/7/2011
Youth from across western Canada are learning how to combat climate change at a camp west of Edmonton. The three-day camp is part of a national program created by the Canadian Youth Climate Coalition, which teaches kids how to develop ...   
6/6/2011
Arctic on the line: oil industry versus Greenpeace at the top of the worldNot long ago such an image would have been impossible, but here polar bears meet a US attack submarine. At the top of the world sits a lone region of shifting sea ...   
2/3/2011
After five years of camps, composting toilets, vegan curry and run-ins with the police, Climate Camp is calling it a day. There will be no camp for the climate activists this year and the loose-knit organisation will be disbanded in ...   
17/1/2011
If reports are true that undercover police officer Mark Kennedy is planning to sell the book rights to his story, it will be the latest in a well-established genre in tales of espionage sponsored by the British state. Kennedy's split loyalties, ...   

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