LISTEN: Arley Diaz of FANG Collective on Alliance to Mobilize the Resistance

This week’s Earth Watch guest is Arley Diaz of FANG Collective. FANG Collective recently began the AMOR project, which includes a hotline for people detaining or being harassed by ICE. Diaz is originally from Tongva land in so-called Los… Read More

Visual Stories of El Durazno: The Power of Community Conviction

OLCA has created a video series about the conflict that the town of El Durazno, Chile sustained while defending its territory against the Ministry of Public Works – MOP, which seeks to carry out plans to create a… Read More

EARTH WATCH: Taking the Fight to Fracking, Drilling Near Colorado’s Great Sand Dunes National Park

The most recent Earth Watch guest on the Sojourner Truth Radio show was Becca Fischer of WildEarth Guardians, which, along with the Center for Biological Diversity, Friends of the Earth, Rocky Mountain Wild, San Luis Valley Ecosystem Council, Sierra Club, and Wild Connections, submitted… Read More

International Day of Peasants’ Struggles is April 17, 2018: La Via Campesina Calls for Coordination of Decentralised, United Action

For land and for life! Enough Free Trade Agreements, enough impunity!   This 17th April, on the International Day of Peasants’ Struggles, La Via Campesina recalls the massacre of the 19 landless peasants, murdered by agribusiness (#AgroMata). United… Read More

A Call For Intergalactic Solidarity Actions Everywhere To End The Destruction Of The Zad Of Notre Dame Des Landes

Via ZADForever.blog   We are writing with the smell of tear gas rising from our fingers. The springtime symphony of birdsong is punctuated by the explosive echo of concussion grenades. Our eyes are watering, less from the gas… Read More

Indigenous Peoples Take Bold Action on Pipelines, Tar Sands

Edmonton, AB – Kinder Morgan recently announced halting ‘non-essential’ work on the Trans Mountain pipeline prompting Premier Notley’s response that Alberta is prepared to do ‘whatever it takes’ including buying shares in the pipeline. Prime Minister Trudeau has now taken a bold… Read More

Evictions Have Begun to Dismantle Collective; Zone A Défendre Calls for Mobilization

Photo via https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qY0zE1UPV_Y In January, after 50 years of mobilizations in one of France’s longest environmental campaigns, the proposed Notre-Dame des Landes airport in Western France was cancelled. This huge success was built by and from the ZAD –… Read More

Drowning in Plastic: 25 Million Tons of Trash Polluting Beaches, Oceans

From PET bottles and produce packaging to clothing, plastic is all around us. Yet only 30 percent is recycled in Europe, and the mountains of waste are growing. The EU wants to solve the problem with a new… Read More

How To Protect Yourself From Climate Denial Misinformation

By Peter Ellerton Originally appeared in The Conversation   Much of the public discussion about climate science consists of a stream of assertions. The climate is changing or it isn’t; carbon dioxide causes global warming or it doesn’t; humans… Read More

India: Plantations Uproot Women From Customary Forests

India’s programme to compensate for the destruction of forests for development projects is routinely setting up monoculture tree plantations on community commons. Women, who are mostly affected, are at the centre of its resistance. Woman collecting siali leafs…. Read More