Several years ago, the environmentalists of Tasmania protested the logging of their precious old-growth forests. The logging industry and the environmentalists were at odds for years, where activists and loggers alike were injured in the crossfire.
An international day of action on climate change brought hundreds of thousands of people onto the streets of New York City on Sunday, easily exceeding organizers' hopes for the largest protest on the issue in history
Local politicians want to allow logging, mining and palm oil plantations in this vulnerable area. Sumatran orangutans, rhinos, elephants and tigers are already hanging on by a thread. They will not survive the destruction of the Leuser Ecosystem.
"Ahead of UN summit, organizers of direct action say the planetary crisis of global warming 'is a result of an economic system that is based on endless extraction, endless growth, and ceaseless exploitation of the earth and people."
The Brazilian government has suspended the auction of the 6.1GW São Luiz do Tapajós hydroelectric plant earmarked for December.
The Mining and Energy Ministry cited a need for changes to a study into the impact on indigenous communities, according to
Just wanted to share this -The event that made my day, that is together with the Peace March in Moscow also today. Enjoy it and see all the good people who gathered together to put down their foot for the planet. Wow. Ashamed almost not to have been there
For years, the citizens of Fort Bragg, California tossed all kinds of trash into the ocean. But thanks to natural processes, the ocean transformed the trash into sea glass. Mother Nature put a stop to our foolishness - the result is beautiful
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"This video features activists Shelley A. Young, Kandi Mosset, Elle Maija Tailfeathers, and Ellen Gabriel who discuss high-profile media campaigns by indigenous groups in Canada and the United States that protest the oil and fracking industries and..."
"The only remaining significant disagreement among informed climate researchers centers on how long we can survive the still-rising 400 ppm of CO2 in the atmosphere (485 ppm if we include other GHGs such as methane, nitrous oxide, CFCs and black soot). "