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National News, Rights of Nature

Corporations Have Rights. Why Not Rivers?

In a September 26, 2017 NYT article by Julie Turkewitz: Does a river — or a plant, or a forest — have rights? … If a corporation has rights, the authors argue, so, too, should an ancient waterway that has sustained human life for as long as it has existed in the Western […]

Issues, National News, Pennsylvania, Pipelines, Uncategorized

Gas pipeline protesters turn up heat on FERC

From a September 21, 2017 article: Activists disrupted the federal agency’s first open meeting since January, saying regulators disregard environmental risks and facilitate land grabs by pipeline companies. “They shouldn’t pretend that the people in the community have a voice when they disregard their voices.” Malinda Clatterbuck Founder, Lancaster Against […]

National News

Houston: A Global Warning

From the August 31, 2017 RollingStone article: “The simple truth is, it’s not just Houston that’s done a poor job of thinking about the future – it’s all of us. We’ve spent 40 years denying the risks of climate change, thinking that if we can just get everyone to buy a […]

Article, National News

How ‘Antifa’ Mirrors the ‘Alt-Right’

“We will defeat the corporate state only when we take back and empower our communities, as is happening with Cooperation Jackson, a grass-roots cooperative movement in Jackson, Miss. As long as acts of resistance are forms of personal catharsis, the corporate state is secure. Indeed, the corporate state welcomes this violence […]

Endorsement, National News, Pennsylvania, Pipelines, Rights of Nature

Pennsylvania: Nuns Protest Atlantic Sunrise Pipeline by Building Chapel on Proposed Route

From an ECOWATCH article: An order of Catholic nuns and the grassroots coalition Lancaster Against Pipelines have built an open-air chapel in Columbia, Pennsylvania along the proposed route of the Atlantic Sunrise Pipeline to stall construction of the $3 billion project. The St. Louis-headquartered Adorers of the Blood of Christ […]