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How Peru Excludes Indigenous Voices in its Quest to Develop the Amazon

19. Februar 2018
How Peru Excludes Indigenous Voices in its Quest to Develop the Amazon

by Adrian Gonzalez / The Conversation Pluspetrol(an oil and gas company)=murder. Graffiti in Iquitos, regional capital of Loreto. Limited consultation means that graffiti becomes one way local people can express their anger over oil development. Photograph taken by author (May 2015) The Peruvian government has a clear development agenda for its Amazon rainforest regions....
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Catalonia: 6 Activists Face Up to 7 Years in Prison for Tower 66 Anti-MAT Resistance

19. Februar 2018
Catalonia: 6 Activists Face Up to 7 Years in Prison for Tower 66 Anti-MAT Resistance

from The Free Online On February 27, the trial begins of six demonstrators who fought against the placement of Tower 66 of the very high voltage line in Fellines, for whom the Prosecutor’s Office, Red Eléctrica Española and the Catalan Government request between 2 and 8 years in prison. look carefully and you can...
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Protesters Surround Maryland Governor’s Mansion over Potomac Pipeline

16. Februar 2018
Protesters Surround Maryland Governor’s Mansion over Potomac Pipeline

From DC Direct Action News On the 15th of February, protesters opposing TransCanada’s Eastern Panhandle Extension aka the Potomac Pipeline surrounded the MD Governor’s Mansion in Annapolis. After a starting rally on Lawyer’s Mall in front of the statehouse, protesters fanned out to surround the mansion. The Potomac Pipeline would be brought to you...
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Environmental Activists Attacked in Mexico, Bus Lit on Fire

16. Februar 2018
Environmental Activists Attacked in Mexico, Bus Lit on Fire

from telesur The Sierra Negra volcano (left) next to the Pico de Orizaba (right), the tallest mountain in Mexico and the tallest volcano in America. Activists opposing a hydroelectric project in Puebla, Mexico, were traveling back home in a rented bus when armed masked men stopped them. A group of environmental activists traveling from Zacatilihuic...
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Lorry Surfers out in Lancashire as Fracking’s Viability Comes Under Fire

16. Februar 2018
Lorry Surfers out in Lancashire as Fracking’s Viability Comes Under Fire

from Freedom News Trepanned Skull – Fracking by Joseph Smolinski, from Swarm Gallery Oakland (CC) Green direct action which has slowed development of controversial gas fracking to a crawl at key test sites saw more blockade work yesterday as it emerged that the potential of the industry in Britain to turn a profit is...
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Navajo Nation Victorious in Initial Gold King Mine Spill Ruling

16. Februar 2018
Navajo Nation Victorious in Initial Gold King Mine Spill Ruling

from Native News Online San Juan River polluted as result of Gold King Mine; the Navajo Nation is not happy with EPA’s lack of response. WINDOW ROCK, NAVAJO NATION –  On Monday, February 12, the Navajo Nation won an important victory in its fight for fair compensation for the harms caused by the U.S....
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South East Trans and/or Women’s Action Camp

16. Februar 2018
South East Trans and/or Women’s Action Camp

From It’s Going Down Donate Here Local community organizers from so-called Western North Carolina will be hosting a rural and urban direct action camp in the Smoky Mountain region April 26th-29th open to all trans and/or woman identified folks. This camp will serve as a safer-space for people of diverse gender identities who are...
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As the Hambi 4 Approach a Month in Jail, Solidarity and Support Needed

15. Februar 2018
As the Hambi 4 Approach a Month in Jail, Solidarity and Support Needed

from Hambach Forest As Hambi Comrades have now been thrown into a jail for going on a month, not just in record numbers and for charges such as not identifying themselves and obstructing police for which all before were release pending trial. What they are really guilty of in the eyes of the State...
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Walter Bond Has been Transferred to the Terre Haute CMU

15. Februar 2018
Walter Bond Has been Transferred to the Terre Haute CMU

from Support Walter Walter Bond has been transferred to the Terre Haute CMU. Here is his new mailing address: Walter Bond 37096-013 FCI Terre Haute CMU PO Box 33 Terre Haute IN 47808 If you recently wrote to Walter at the Greenville Illinois prison address, your letter will probably be forwarded to the new...
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Fight Over Artificial Snow Made From Treated Sewage on Sacred Peaks Continues

15. Februar 2018
Fight Over Artificial Snow Made From Treated Sewage on Sacred Peaks Continues

by Emery Cowan / The Guardian Snow-generating cannons sit alongside a ski lift at Arizona Snowbowl. Photograph: Caitlin O’Hara/for Getty/The Guardian To the Hopi tribe, the San Francisco Peaks are sacred. The cluster of mountains rise dramatically from grasslands and ponderosa forests in northern Arizona, and the Hopi say they are home to spiritual...
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France: Call for Support in Struggle Against Biomass Plant

15. Februar 2018
France: Call for Support in Struggle Against Biomass Plant

submitted to Earth First! Newswire Limousin Region in France The torrefied pellet plant will not be built on the Limousin mountain! This is an invitation from the Limousin Mountain to all potential accomplices who oppose the industrial offensive currently taking place under the veil of an ‘ecological transition’. To our dear Friends in struggle...
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Week of Action Against the Bayou Bridge Pipeline: February 26th to March 4th

15. Februar 2018
Week of Action Against the Bayou Bridge Pipeline: February 26th to March 4th

from It’s Going Down The following is a call to support the week of action to resist the Bayou Bridge pipeline, the tail end of the Dakota Access Pipeline, in Louisiana. To learn more about the struggle, check out our podcast interview with the L’eau Est La Vie Camp, here. The Bayou Bridge Pipeline...
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