by Chris Schaino / Unicorn Riot Washington, DC – Today the United States Supreme Court declined to hear an appeal brought by Energy Transfer, the energy giant behind the highly contested Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL). This means that the existing federal court […]

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by Taylor Moore / The Guardian A year after a hunger strike brought national attention to a potentially toxic metal shredder in a majority Latino neighborhood in Chicago, the city has announced it will not issue the final permit necessary for the […]

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by Tamara Pearson / Truthout Around 300 Mexican National Guards and state security forces violently evicted Indigenous environmental activists from their community center in Puebla this week, on the morning of February 15. The community center had been a foreign-owned water bottling […]

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from Defend the Atlanta Forest They say Atlanta is a city in a forest. What happens when cops, developers, and Hollywood team up to decimate some of the very woods the city claims to treasure? In the last year, a widespread and […]

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from CKPG Today BRITISH COLUMBIA— Mounties in Houston, B.C. are investigating a violent incident that left Coastal Gaslink (CGL) workers “shaken.” It happened shortly after midnight this morning (Feb.17) on the Marten Forest Service Road. “It was reported approximately 20 people, some […]

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From It’s Going Down Below we publish two translated communiques from the Indigenous Binnizá community of Puente Madera, in the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, Oaxaca, who are engaged in a struggle in defense of their communal lands against the construction of an industrial […]

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by Jessica Corbett / Common Dreams While celebrating a U.S. judge’s Thursday decision to restore federal protections that the Trump administration had stripped from the gray wolf, wildlife advocates and experts also demanded action to save wolves that won’t be protected by the legal triumph. Calling the […]

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from MTL Counter-Info On the night of February 6th, 2022 in Montreal (Tio’Tia:Ke), non-Indigenous allies demonstrated their solidarity with the Gidimt’en clan of the Wet’suwet’en Nation. The instigators of this action are responding to a call by Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs to #ShutdownCanada […]

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