Wisconsin Hounders Illegally Harassing Gray Wolves

Criminal Complaint Cites State Payments for Hunting Dogs Killed in Wolf Clashes   Washington, DC — Hunters unleashing packs of dogs to tree bears in Wisconsin woods are criminally harassing gray wolves in violation of the Endangered Species… Read More

Will Global Warming Change Native American Religious Practices?

By Rosalyn R. LaPier Originally appeared in Intercontinental Cry    The Colorado River, one of the longest rivers in the United States, is gradually shrinking. This is partly a result of overuse by municipalities and seasonal drought. The other reason… Read More

Tell the Japanese Government: Don’t Dump Nuclear Waste into the Ocean

The Fukushima disaster keeps unfolding, sign the petition at SumofUs.org.   Tens of thousands of lives lost. Hundreds of thousands evacuated from their homes. An environment devastated by radiation — and now, TEPCO wants to dump hundreds of thousands… Read More

Poison Papers Expose Decades of Collusion Between Industry and Regulators over Hazardous Pesticides

Watchdog Groups Digitize and Release 20,000 Documents for Public Review   The Bioscience Resource Project and the Center for Media and Democracy today are releasing a trove of rediscovered and newly digitized chemical industry and regulatory agency documents stretching back… Read More

WATCH: Two Arrested For Actions Against Dakota Access Pipeline

Via Its Going Down: The Dakota Access Pipeline is an issue that affects this entire nation and the people that are subject to its rule. With DAPL we have seen incredible issues regarding the rule of law, indigenous… Read More

Iraq War PR Alums Built ‘Guns, Knives’ Talking Points To Discredit NODAPL

By Steve Horn and Curtis Waltman Originally published at DeSmogBlog   Behind the scenes, as law enforcement officials tried to stem protests against the Dakota Access pipeline, alumni from the George W. Bush White House were leading a crisis communications effort to… Read More

Organic Farmers Fighting Release of Genetically Engineered Moths

Farmington, NY — The Northeast Organic Farming Association of New York (NOFA-NY) denounced the USDA’s permit for the world’s first open-air trials of the Genetically Engineered (GE) Diamondback moth to be released in Geneva, NY. This announcement came concurrently with… Read More

Abandoned Christmas Tree Plantations Spreading Disease, Fire Hazards

Abandoned Christmas tree plantations are becoming disease-ridden fire hazards in Michigan. Note: One of the great dangers with genetically engineered eucalyptus plantations that have been proposed for planting across the US South from South Carolina to Texas, is… Read More

200 Environmental and Land Rights Activists Killed in 2016 as Global Crisis Spreads

Killings of those protesting land grabs in one-third more countries than 2015 Nearly four people were murdered every week in 2016 whilst protecting their land, forests and rivers from mining, logging and agricultural companies, a new report from… Read More

Activists Taking on Hydroelectric Projects Face Persecution, Assassination

This week, Pablo Solon will be summoned for his first declaration before a prosecutor and could potentially be placed into preventative detention. Solon, Director of Fundación Solon, former Executive Director of Focus on the Global South, and former Bolivian… Read More