All News Articles for 2014-09-23

Tuesday, September 23, 2014
Sorry, Kids, You Might Never See These 10 American Species
"We owe it to our future generations of Americans to protect our vanishing wildlife"
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'Another Scotland is Possible!' Activists Shut Down Factory Behind Israeli Drones
After halting the work day of weapons manufacturer Thales UK, ten activists arrested
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Fifty Activists and a Polar Bear Halt UK Coal Train
Greenpeace climate campaigner: 'We're doing exactly what leaders in New York and here in the UK should be doing.'
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CDC: Ebola Cases Could Reach 1.4 Million by January
New estimates reveal how continued lack of needed global response could lead to explosion in number of cases in Sierra Leone, Liberia
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'Remember Fukushima': Thousands Rally Against Nuclear Restart in Japan
Nobel laureate Kenzaburo Oe: "Three and a half years have passed since the nuclear accident, but self-examination has yet to be made."
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Front-Lines Communities Rising Up: Dispatches from People's Climate
Common Dreams staff collected voices and photos from the historic People's Climate March and Flood Wall Street direct action
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Ignoring Pleas for Diplomacy, US and 'Friends' Bomb Syria
In attacking ISIS, critics say that Obama now waging boundless, endless war
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Water: A Defining Issue for Post-2015
STOCKHOLM - A gift of nature, or a valuable commodity? A human right, or a luxury for the privileged few? Will the agricultural sector or industrial sector be the main consumer of this precious resource? Whatever the answers to these and many more questions, one thing is clear: that water will be...
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