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22. Mai 2013

Deep Green Resistance: A Book Review

By RUHE, SproutDistro Since this review of the book Deep Green Resistance was written, some things have changed: Deep Green Resistance has affirmed their transphobia as their official policy, Earth First! has distanced themselves from DGR, and Aric McBay has...read more »

22. Mai 2013

Lois Gibbs Returns to Stop School Construction on Hazardous Waste Sites

Cross Posted from Providence Journal In 1978, Lois Gibbs took on the powers-that-be when she learned that her Love Canal neighborhood and son’s school were built on a toxic waste dump. Her battle led...read more »

22. Mai 2013

Solidarity Protest Brings Unions, Enviros, and Consumers Out Against Utility Company

Cross Posted WVPubcast Activists gathered to protest a First Energy shareholder meeting yesterday morning in Morgantown. Members of multiple organizations and a giant inflated rat called attention to several energy concerns. More than 100...read more »

22. Mai 2013

Activists Take to the Streets to Protest Genetically Modified Foods

By Michele Henry, Toronto Star They’re angry. They’re scared. And they want to know exactly what they’re putting in their mouths. Local activists against genetically modified foods will take to the streets May 25,...read more »

22. Mai 2013

A Truly Revolutionary Chronicle of Women’s Resistance Behind Bars

By Sasha In her latest edition of Resistance Behind Bars: The Struggle of Incarcerated Women (PM Press 2012), Victoria Law offers us a whole-hearted chronicle of despair and resistance in the modern prison industry. It is...read more »

22. Mai 2013

Can the rhino be saved by legalizing horn trade?

A fierce debate is raging over whether legalizing rhino horns will save the poached and plundered African rhino. The pictures and videos from the savannahs of the Kruger National Park in South Africa are...read more »

22. Mai 2013

Rhino ambassadors vow to stamp out poaching

The second group of community rhino ambassadors introduced to the public on Friday has vowed to pull out all stops in order to stamp out the unrelenting rhino poaching.read more »

22. Mai 2013

Rhino horn isn’t a medicine – WWF

As South Africa’s rhino population continues to dwindle under a constant barrage of poaching, the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is appealing to Vietnam, via a new public service announcement, to stop buying and consuming...read more »

22. Mai 2013

Alien plant to blame for rhino ‘pink lips’

The surprise discovery of rhinos with bright pink lips and swollen eyes in northern KwaZulu-Natal has raised alarm bells over the potentially devastating spread of an alien invader plant which can kill cattle and...read more »

22. Mai 2013

Two poachers arrested for rhino killings in Assam

Two poachers were arrested over the weekend by forest department officials in Assam's Kaziranga wildlife sanctuary for attempting to poach single-horned rhinoceros.read more »

22. Mai 2013

White rhino born at Taronga Western Plains Zoo

A New South Wales zoo is celebrating the birth of a white rhino calf. The still unnamed male was born at Taronga Western Plains Zoo in Dubbo in the early hours of last Tuesday.read more »

22. Mai 2013

Palm Oil in American Stores Sending the Sumatran Rhino Into Extinction

Palm oil kills but with apologies to the orangutans, they'll have to get behind the line to extinction after the Sumatran rhino.read more »