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The Sabal Trail Resistance Must Go On

29. Juni 2017
The Sabal Trail Resistance Must Go On

Updates on Florida’s Continuing Pipeline Fight from Sabal Trail Resistance It’s been a hard month for those of us who dedicated so much of our lives over the past year to tracking, exposing and disrupting the construction of the Sabal Trail pipeline. What follows is a brief synopsis of recent news and events. June...
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98 Year Old, Seven Others in Civil Disobedience to Pipeline Project

26. Juni 2017
98 Year Old, Seven Others in Civil Disobedience to Pipeline Project

from The Berkshire Eagle SANDISFIELD, MA — A 98-year-old woman with a long history of activism was arrested with seven others Saturday after stopping pipe-laying work in Otis State Forest. Frances Crowe, considered a legend for her peace activism and anti-nuclear efforts, was pushed in her wheelchair to the edge of the open pipeline...
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Check-in with the Sabal Trail Resistance

25. Juni 2017
Check-in with the Sabal Trail Resistance

from It’s Going Down In the wake of the #NoDAPL struggle, resistance encampments across the US have grown as thousands step up to fight pipeline and resource extraction projects that threaten both human communities and the natural environment. One of these camps is in Florida, which has formed to fight against the Sabal Trail...
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Ninety-five-year-old Locks Down at Mining Equipment Depot in Australia

24. Juni 2017
Ninety-five-year-old Locks Down at Mining Equipment Depot in Australia

from The Galilee Blockade Late last night, 95 yo Kokoda veteran and great-grandfather Bill Ryan locked the gates of a Road Maintenance Depot full of equipment in Sydney, challenging Downer Group to tear up their $2.6bn contract to build Adani’s Carmichael coal mine. Citizens also locked up 9 more Downer Group industrial premises last...
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Red Butte Gathering Against Uranium June 23-25, 2017

21. Juni 2017
Red Butte Gathering Against Uranium June 23-25, 2017

from Haul No! Highway 180 has been re-opened but expect delays. Directions: From Flagstaff through Williams: take I-40 West Take exit 165 for AZ-64/I-40 toward Williams/Grand Canyon Go through Valle (north) and continue 11 miles to Forest Road 305. Turn right (east) and go 1.3 miles. Take a right at 305. Look for signs....
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Urgent Call for Volunteer Sheepherders at Black Mesa

20. Juni 2017
Urgent Call for Volunteer Sheepherders at Black Mesa

New impoundment threats issued from Black Mesa Indigenous Support Over this past week, law enforcement and Hopi land management officers entered Sovereign Dineh Nation territories at Big Mountain/Black Mesa, Arizona with orders to count Dineh livestock. They issues 5-day notices to Dineh families, threatening to impound so-called “trespassing” sheep, goats, and cattle. “In times like...
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Update on Water Protectors Facing Charges in the Standing Rock Resistance

17. Juni 2017
Update on Water Protectors Facing Charges in the Standing Rock Resistance

by The Freshet Collective The long, arduous battle has continued in Mandan and Bismarck courts for more than 600 water protectors facing charges for resisting the Dakota Access pipeline. The Freshet Collective has grown from a bail fund to a collective of legal organizers, committed to serving the needs of those who put their...
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An Update on the 2017 Round River Rendezvous in Northern California

16. Juni 2017
An Update on the 2017 Round River Rendezvous in Northern California

from the Earth First! Newswire Hey folks, The Rondy is fast approaching and we want to make sure everyone has the info they need to get there! Here are the latest updates: As mentioned in our previous post, the Rendezvous will run from July 2-9. It is going to be near the Humboldt/Trinity county...
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Mexico: Oaxacan Indigenous Communities Resist Megaprojects

15. Juni 2017
Mexico: Oaxacan Indigenous Communities Resist Megaprojects

by Renata Bessi and Santiago Navarro F / Avispa Midia / It’s Going Down The Chinantec people, inhabitants of the Cajonos River basin in the north of the state of Oaxaca, Mexico, are carrying out an organizational process throughout their entire territory, the Chinantla, against economic projects that seek to commodify nature as a...
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Anti-Fossil Fuel Action Camp in WA Start July 28

15. Juni 2017
Anti-Fossil Fuel Action Camp in WA Start July 28

from It’s Going Down An action camp in the woods of Washington state, July 28th – August 5th. Climate, lands and water protectors among us have stopped tar sands trucks, halted Arctic drilling equipment, shut down coal export docks, turned off pipelines, blockaded oil trains, and converged en mass on refineries. We have consistently defended...
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Anti-Logging Camp Forcibly Evicted and Protesters Attacked in Mexico

15. Juni 2017
Anti-Logging Camp Forcibly Evicted and Protesters Attacked in Mexico

by Desinformémonos / It’s Going Down On the morning of Wednesday, June 7th, the “civil society” of Tepoztlán, as Governor Graco Ramírez’s administration calls it, headed by Gabino Ríos and his hitmen, evicted the camp that the United Fronts in Defense of Tepoztlán and environmentalists held in the front of the gazebo at the entrance...
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New Zine About the Struggle Against the Trans Adriatic Pipeline

14. Juni 2017
New Zine About the Struggle Against the Trans Adriatic Pipeline

from Contra Info TACKLING ENERGY The struggle against the construction of the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) through Greece – Albania – Italy Pamphlet, A5, 48 pages “They protest against the energy that flows under their house, but inside of the house they want it!” yells the stuffy national-popular bourgeois in the spring of 2017...
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