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Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Condemns the Rochford Mining in Black Hills: Committing to Additional Action

21. Februar 2018
Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Condemns the Rochford Mining in Black Hills: Committing to Additional Action

from Native News Online GREEN GRASS, SOUTH DAKOTA -The Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe passed two (2) resolutions on 8 February 2018 opposing gold mining operations in the Black Hills of South Dakota. Mineral Mountain, LLC is a Canadian-based mineral extraction company preparing to drill hundreds of holes in the Black Hills in the search...
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Anti-Pipeline Activists Set to Converge on Burnaby Mountain in March

21. Februar 2018
Anti-Pipeline Activists Set to Converge on Burnaby Mountain in March

by Tereza Verenca / Burnaby Now Burnaby Mountain will once again be the site of a mass demonstration. In response to Kinder Morgan’s $7.4-billion Trans Mountain expansion project, anti-pipeline activists are organizing a protest on March 10. Photograph By NOW files “It’s very important to protect our waters,” said project leader Will George, also...
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Blue Mountains Biodiversity Project Speaking Tour – Coming to a City Near You!

19. Februar 2018

Submitted to Earth First! Newswire The Blue Mountains Biodiversity Project (BMBP) is excited to announce a series of lectures by Karen Coulter, veteran Earth First!er, lifelong forest advocate and founder of BMBP. Anyone in the Northeast or Northwest who is interested in the history and praxis of forest defense is encouraged to attend. All...
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Court Urged To Sanction Dakota Access Pipeline Lawyers For Suing ‘Earth First!’ Movement, Abusing Legal System

10. Februar 2018
Court Urged To Sanction Dakota Access Pipeline Lawyers For Suing ‘Earth First!’ Movement, Abusing Legal System

by Kevin Gosztola / ShadowProof The Center for Constitutional Rights asked a federal court to sanction Energy Transfer Partners and Energy Transfer Equity for “misusing” the legal system when it sued “Earth First!” for “federal racketeering” to suppress activism against the Dakota Access Pipeline. Photo by Tony Webster Kasowitz Benson Torres, the law firm...
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Standing Rock Water Protector Little Feather Reaches Non-Cooperating Plea Agreement

5. Februar 2018
Standing Rock Water Protector Little Feather Reaches Non-Cooperating Plea Agreement

By Water Protector Legal Collective / Native News Online MANDAN, NORTH DAKOTA – On Thursday February 8, Michael Giron will appear in federal court in Bismarck for a change of plea hearing as per the terms of a non-cooperating agreement with prosecutors. Mr. Giron, who is known as Little Feather, was charged with Civil...
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Last Call For Submissions For the 2018 Spring Issue!

5. Februar 2018

The submission deadline for the next issue of the Earth First! Journal is quickly approaching on February 8th! We are looking for artwork, high-resolution photographs, poetry and other creative writing, critical analysis, reflections, how-to guides, reviews, and especially updates from your campaigns! If you have any kind of art or writing that puts the...
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Hundreds Turn Out To Back Hawaiian Occupiers Of Famed Coco Palms Site

30. Januar 2018
Hundreds Turn Out To Back Hawaiian Occupiers Of Famed Coco Palms Site

by Brittany Lyte / Civil Beat KAPAA, Kauai — Five days after a judge ordered a pair of Native Hawaiians out of a 2,000-tree coconut grove that is the namesake of the famed Coco Palms resort, a Sunday night eviction deadline sparked the opposite of the intended effect. Several hundred supporters joined Coco Palms occupiers...
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Italy: Beware of the Intruder – the Italian Eco-Animal Fascists

30. Januar 2018
Italy: Beware of the Intruder – the Italian Eco-Animal Fascists

from Contagio Antispecista Fascism has always been clearly present in the democratic dynamics, but, most of the times, historically little followed by the masses. Nowadays it is different. The extreme right, to garner consensus, moves massively behind the scenes. One such example are the infiltrations by fascists in the world of animal rights activism...
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Chile: Lies, Dam Lies and a Mapuche Activist Murdered

30. Januar 2018
Chile: Lies, Dam Lies and a Mapuche Activist Murdered

Content Warning: murder from Freedom News It has taken nearly a year-and-a-half of fighting the authorities, and a second autopsy, to confirm what the family of Macarena Valdés Muñoz already knew – she was hanged after her death. There was no suicide.  On the afternoon of Monday August 22nd, 2016 Macarena, a Mapuche environmental activist fighting against...
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Protesters March Against Snowbowl, Snowmaking

22. Januar 2018
Protesters March Against Snowbowl, Snowmaking

by Krista Allen / Navajo Times FLAGSTAFF -Just the day before Martin Luther King Jr. Day, a vehement group against the expansion of Arizona Snowbowl and snowmaking on Dook’o’ooslííd, marched across downtown Flagstaff, urging the city council to end the city’s contract with the ski resort. Picture by Krista Allen / Navajo Times “Please,...
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Mexico: Communities Organize Against Forest Pillaging in Michoacán

9. Januar 2018
Mexico: Communities Organize Against Forest Pillaging in Michoacán

from Its Going Down The 30 towns that make up the Supreme Indigenous Council of Michoacán began community patrols and organized groups of self-defense forces to both protect the forests and avocado groves from pillaging and to reject the collection of fees. The director of the Pamatácuaro holding confirmed that in the past few...
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Anti-Fracking Campaigners Mark One Year of Work and Protests at Lancs Shale Site

9. Januar 2018
Anti-Fracking Campaigners Mark One Year of Work and Protests at Lancs Shale Site

by Ruth Hayhurst / Drill Or Drop Anniversary rally outside Cuadrilla’s shale gas site at Preston New Road, 5 January 2018. Photo: Refracktion Over 250 people were reported to have joined a rally at Cuadrilla’s shale gas site today to mark a year of opposition to the development. Residents from the Fylde coast in...
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