Earth Watch: Rob Faux On Dicamba Herbicide Court Ruling

Dicamba-resistant crops pose serious threat to human and environmental health Photo courtesy of Center for Food Safety Rob Faux is the Communications Associate in Iowa for the Pesticide Action Network. Rob is also a farmer, operating a diversified vegetable and poultry… Read More

Earth Minute: Wampanoag Resistance, Past & Present

Photo: By John Phelan – Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=23285330 Earth Minute 5/13/20 Mashpee Wamanoag Update The Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe of Cape Cod, is one of two remaining federally recognized tribes of Wampanoag people in Massachusetts. There were 69 tribes when English colonists… Read More

Earth Watch: Klee Benally On Indigenous Mutual Aid

Photo Courtesy of Klee Benally Klee is a Diné musician, traditional dancer, artist, filmmaker, & Indigenous anarchist. Klee is originally from Black Mesa and has worked nearly all of his life at the front lines in struggles to… Read More

Earth Minute: Lessons From The 50th Anniversary Of Kent State

Photo courtesy of S. Brian Wilson   S. Brian Wilson is a U.S. American Vietnam veteran, peace activist, and trained attorney.     Monday, May 4th was the 50th Anniversary of the Kent State massacre, where National Guardsmen… Read More

Earth Watch: Mutual Aid Amid Government Failure With Eleanor Goldfield

Photo courtesy of Eleanor Goldfield Eleanor Goldfield is a creative activist and journalist. Her work focuses on radical and censored issues via photo, video and written journalism, as well as artistic mediums including music, poetry and visual art. She is the… Read More

Earth Minute: Remembering Peter Beard

Peter Beard installing his one-person show at the International Center of Photography in Manhattan (1977) Photo: Langelle On Monday, The New York Times reported that photographer, artist and ecologist Peter Beard had died at the age of 82…. Read More

9 April 2020 Daily Digest of COVID-19 News and Analysis

U.S. TO LET NUCLEAR PLANTS DEFER REPAIRS, SCHEDULE LONGER SHIFTS (23 March 2020) Bloomberg: U.S. regulators are willing to let nuclear power plants defer some maintenance and inspections as the coronavirus threatens availability of workers. EARTH WATCH: FIRST… Read More

Earth Watch: Lauren Regan On Attempts To Criminalize Climate Protestors

Photo: CLDC Lauren Regan, Executive Director, oversees the CLDC as its founder and senior staff attorney. She has extensive federal and state litigation experience in both civil rights and activist defense cases, as well as expertise in necessity… Read More

Earth Minute: Chile and COP 25

Slider photo of Volcan Villarrica shot from Parque Nacional Huerquehue, Chile    photo: Langelle Listen to GJEP Executive Director Anne Petermann talk about COP 25 and recent events in Chile:

KPFK Interviews Small Farmers at the Convergence

Annie Lorie (left) led a delegation of Rural Coalition board members at the Forest & Climate Convergence. These board members are included in this KPFK interview that was recorded during the convergence. Photo: Langelle/photolangelle.org This one-hour special aired… Read More