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Calling for 'Unprecedented and Urgent Action' to Solve Climate Crisis, Four Organizers Shut Off Valves at Enbridge Lines 3 and 4
"This is some serious climate leadership."
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Defendants and legal team pose for a photo after their March 27, 2018  trail on the steps of the West Roxbury, Mass. courthouse. (Photo: Peter Bowden/flickr/cc) News
Judge Drops Charges Against 13 Who Argued Pipeline Civil Disobedience Action Was "Necessary" to Save Planet
"We are part of the movement that's standing up and saying, 'We won't let this go by on our watch.'"
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Just in Time for Trump, Jury Says Defense of Planet Is No Crime
'With our political leadership failing us, we need more courageous activists like Ken to stand up to the fossil fuel industry and set an example of how normal people can effect change.'
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Tom Hayden, 'One of the Great 20th Century Activist Leaders,' Dies at 76
A nation mourns a figure, described by many as 'a leading advocate for a more just and equal society'
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'This Is My Act of Love': Climate Activists Shut Down All US-Canada Tar Sands Pipelines
Coordinated show of resistance executed in solidarity with those fighting against Dakota Access pipeline
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Fracking Industry's New Plan? Prosecute Those Who Push Drilling Bans
As communities seek to protect themselves from toxic drilling, Pennsylvania industry group mulls statute to deter such ordinances
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Tim DeChristopher Arrested Again in the "Age of Anticipatory Mass Graves" for Climate Victims
On Wednesday, 23 people were arrested protesting Spectra Energy’s fracked gas pipeline in West Roxbury, Massachusetts. Longtime climate activist Tim DeChristopher was one of about 30 people who ventured onto the Spectra pipeline construction site in an attempt to nonviolently stop work. Local...
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From Philly to Australia, People Rise Up Against 'Fossil Fuel Dinosaur Economy'
Demonstrators laid their bodies down and raised their voices up to demand a just transition to renewable energy
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In This Passionate Anti-Fracking Town, Civil Disobedience Just Became Protected Civic Duty
Order sanctioning citizen direct action called "one of the boldest moves to stop the natural gas industry's attacks on our communities, climate and democracy."
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Fever Pitch: This Crucial Moment In The Fight To Stop Fossil Fuel Infrastructure
“Something gravely important had gone missing. Something related to reverence—to holding on to the ineffable wonder of what already is, caring for what little remains, being cognizant of how quickly we’re losing it. As we attempt to develop new energy sources and figure out how to feed ourselves...
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