... Donc, du fond de votre coeur en peine, pensez “résistance”, mot qui deviendra notre promesse à ce qui reste de notre planète. Rassemblez les autres: vous savez déjà qui ils sont. Des gens vaillants, intelligents, militants, et surtout, sérieux, et ensemble déterminez votre cible. Faites-le avec précaution, mais faites-le.

Puis luttez de toutes vos forces.

extrait de Deep Green Resistance
Tout au long de l’histoire, tout mouvement de résistance à dû faire face à des ennemis sans scrupules et aux ressources illimitées. D’où le besoin des mouvements de résistance de pouvoir compter sur un soutien matériel et loyal. A l’inverse du passé, cette fois, c’est TOUT qui est en jeu. Nous nous battons contre ceux qui détruisent la planète pour leur profit. Nous ne sommes pas tous faits pour combattre au front. Mais nous pouvons tous contribuer d’une certaine façon. Voici votre opportunité de le faire:
Financer la Résistance
"J'aime la terre sur laquelle je vis, où une brume épaisse enveloppe les arbres et les rochers, et où la pluie goutte des mousses et s'écoule au bas des montagnes."
-Max Wilbert
DGR Seattle
Soutenez le Camp Unis’tot’en
Le Camp Unis’tot’en est une communauté de résistance terrestre, sous direction autochtone, qui vise à bloquer de façon stratégique la construction de pipelines d’importance cruciale pour l’extraction des sables bitumeux et des gaz de schiste.
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“Comprenez que: la tâche d'un activiste n'est pas de négocier avec les systèmes de pouvoir en étant le plus intègre possible ― c'est de démanteler ces systèmes.” ―Lierre Keith

Sat, Aug 15 2020
70% of Critically Endangered Species Receive No Help
This analysis was written by Jeremy Hance, and published on 3 August 2020 in Mongabay.  Jeremy draws attention to the issue of critically endangered species not being offered the help needed to ensure their survival. 70% of Critically Endangered Species [...]

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Fri, Aug 14 2020
Biomass Falsely Counted As Carbon Neutral
This article by Saul Elbein was originally published on 29 July 2020 in Mongabay. Saul describes the outdated ideas linked to creating ‘biomass’ and illuminates the harm caused by creating even more CO2. By Saul Elben/Mongabay.com An outdated [...]

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Thu, Aug 13 2020
Max Wilbert and Derrick Jensen Discuss Deep Green Resistance
Max Wilbert is a third-generation organizer who grew up in Seattle’s post-WTO anti-globalization and undoing racism movement. He is a co-founder of the group Deep Green Resistance and longtime board member of Fertile Ground, a small, grassroots [...]

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Wed, Aug 12 2020
[Media Release] Blockade To Protect The Unlogged Fairy Creek Headwaters
Forest Defenders are Occupying an Old Growth Forest to Prevent Imminent Logging in the Last Intact Watershed of the San Juan River System Victoria, B.C. 8/10/2020 An informal, grassroots collective of people from across Vancouver Island alerted to Teal [...]

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Tue, Aug 11 2020
How To Disappear
Disappearing can be important for people on the run from political persecution or immigration officials, from abusive relationships and stalkers, and for people involved in highly illegal political activity. This short excerpt comes from the book [...]

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Mon, Aug 10 2020
Amazon Forest Gardeners
This article offers the reader clear evidence that human beings where domesticating crops 10,000 years ago.  Amazonia’s people domesticated crops on ‘forest islands’ 10,000 years ago: Study By Liz Kimbrough/Mongabay.com Early Amazon human inhabitants [...]

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Sun, Aug 09 2020
Stephen Jenkinson On Death, Community, and Elders
In this episode of Resistance Radio Derrick Jensen interviews Stephen Jenkinson. They discuss grief, trauma, history, death, community, living well and everything in between.   Stephen Jenkinson is a culture activist, teacher, author and ceremonialist. He [...]

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Sat, Aug 08 2020
World On Track For “Worst Case” IPCC Climate Change Scenario
In this article, originally posted by the Woods Hole Research Centre on August 3rd 2020 the “Worst case” for CO2 emissions scenario is actually the best match for assessing the climate risk, impact by 2050.  The RCP 8.5 CO2 emissions pathway, long [...]

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Fri, Aug 07 2020
Migratory Fish Populations Have Dropped 76% Since 1970
A new report on migratory freshwater fish was released last month. The opening comment in the press release states that “With hydropower, overfishing, climate change and pollution on the rise, monitored populations of migratory freshwater fish species [...]

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Thu, Aug 06 2020
Entitlement and the Freedom to Destroy the Planet
By Aimee Wild I find articles describing freedom of speech irritating, because they come from a place of privilege that most people do not have. Freedom of speech means owning or possessing the power or right to act, speak, or think as one wants. Having the [...]

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