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  • Emanuele: Reflections From Standing Rock

    On Monday, December 5, close to 1,000 veterans marched to the front lines of the barricades in a symbolic protest. Without question, the gesture was visually striking and significant, but it wasn’t why most of the veterans came to Standing Rock

  • La Duke: Public Servants or Corporate Security?

    So you joined law enforcement or the National Guard because...

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    Polychroniou: Global Warming and the Future of Humanity

    There is good reason to believe that we have already entered the Sixth Extinction, a period of destruction of species on a massive scale

  • Lunstrum: Marketing Wildlife

    There are similarly devastating impacts of markets, including not only worsening economic meltdowns (e.g. 1998, 2000-01, 2008) but also the ideology now known as the financialization of nature, which is based on the view that a market problem, like the threat of extinction posed by poachers, can be treated best with a market solution

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    Sturgis: Texas Billionaire Behind the Pipeline Standoff

    Over the Labor Day weekend, security guards for a petro pipeline company used attack dogs and pepper spray against Native Americans resisting construction of a $3.8 billion pipeline through North Dakota, a project they say is desecrating land sacred to the Standing Rock Sioux

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    Shiva: Biodiversity & GMOs

    Gene Drives have been called “mutagenic chain reactions,” and are to the biological world what chain reactions are to the nuclear world. The Guardian describes Gene Drives as the “gene bomb.”

  • Kelly: Toxic Teflon

    New information emerged recently about toxic contamination from chemicals used to manufacture Teflon pots and pans and many other consumer, military, and industrial products

  • Dolack: No Planet for Optimism

    When it comes to global warming, what else don’t we know? What science does know, and what it can infer from studying archeological records, already makes anybody who thinks the long-term habitability of Earth is more important than short-term profits very worried.

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    Brecher: A New Wave of Climate Insurgents

    One in six Americans say they would personally engage in nonviolent civil disobedience against corporate or government activities that make global warming worse. That’s about 40 million adults. The fate of the earth may depend on them—and others around the world —doing so.

  • Benally: Protesting Radioactive Pollution At Uranium Mines

    Indigenous communities have been disproportionately impacted as approximately 75 percent of AUMs are located on federal and tribal lands. A majority of AUMs are located in 15 western states with the potential to impact more than 50 million people.


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