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The Kichwa people of the Ecuadorian Amazon continue to fight for their right to access safe water and food.
The Kichwa people of the Ecuadorian Amazon continue to fight for their right to access safe water and food.
The White House remains silent on both of the pipeline projects, which Indigenous communities say are blatant cases of racism and injustice
The White House remains silent on both of the pipeline projects, which Indigenous communities say are blatant cases of racism and injustice
A new proposed bill in the UK could make it harder to have "noisy" protests.
A new proposed bill in the UK could make it harder to have "noisy" protests.
“The UK Government must take a firm stance and kick climate polluters out of the 2021 UN climate talks in Glasgow,” campaigners argue.
“The UK Government must take a firm stance and kick climate polluters out of the 2021 UN climate talks in Glasgow,” campaigners argue.
By Kenny Stancil, Common Dreams. Three environmental justice and corporate accountability groups filed a “first-of-its-kind” complaint with the Federal Trade Commission on Tuesday accusing oil gia...
By Brett Wilkins, Common Dreams Texas oil refineries released hundreds of thousands of pounds of pollutants including benzene, carbon monoxide, hydrogen sulfide, and sulfur dioxide into the air as...
An 18-month inquiry led by the province of Alberta into environmental groups opposed to Canadian tar sands is nearing completion, but a Canadian NGO wants the CA$3.5 million inquiry disbanded, alle...
“It took courage for Senator Cassidy to vote against Trump,” Sharon Lavigne, the founder of the faith-based grassroots organization RISE St. James, said about the Louisiana Republican after the imp...
The French state has been found guilty of climate inaction in what campaigners have dubbed “the case of the century”.  Today the Paris administrative court concluded France has failed to do enough...
Environmental and community groups in Louisiana are elated after what they see as two back-to-back wins in their fight to protect fenceline communities from additional petrochemical industry pollut...

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The Kichwa people of the Ecuadorian Amazon continue to fight for their right to access safe water and food.

The Kichwa people of the Ecuadorian Amazon continue to fight for their right to access safe water and food.
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The White House remains silent on both of the pipeline projects, which Indigenous communities say are blatant cases of racism and injustice

The White House remains silent on both of the pipeline projects, which Indigenous communities say are blatant cases of racism and injustice
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A new proposed bill in the UK could make it harder to have "noisy" protests.

A new proposed bill in the UK could make it harder to have "noisy" protests.
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“The UK Government must take a firm stance and kick climate polluters out of the 2021 UN climate talks in Glasgow,” campaigners argue.

“The UK Government must take a firm stance and kick climate polluters out of the 2021 UN climate talks in Glasgow,” campaigners argue.
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By Kenny Stancil, Common Dreams. Three environmental justice and corporate accountability groups filed a “first-of-its-kind” complaint with the Federal Trade Commission on Tuesday accusing oil gia...
on

By Brett Wilkins, Common Dreams Texas oil refineries released hundreds of thousands of pounds of pollutants including benzene, carbon monoxide, hydrogen sulfide, and sulfur dioxide into the air as...
on

An 18-month inquiry led by the province of Alberta into environmental groups opposed to Canadian tar sands is nearing completion, but a Canadian NGO wants the CA$3.5 million inquiry disbanded, alle...
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“It took courage for Senator Cassidy to vote against Trump,” Sharon Lavigne, the founder of the faith-based grassroots organization RISE St. James, said about the Louisiana Republican after the imp...
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The French state has been found guilty of climate inaction in what campaigners have dubbed “the case of the century”.  Today the Paris administrative court concluded France has failed to do enough...
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Environmental and community groups in Louisiana are elated after what they see as two back-to-back wins in their fight to protect fenceline communities from additional petrochemical industry pollut...