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What does Cuba Have to Do With the International Movement Against the Climate Crisis?

by Alison Bodine, published in Fire This Time, Volume 16, Issues 5, 6, August 2022 The fight for climate justice It has been yet another difficult week of the climate crisis for mother earth and humanity. The United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has just released yet another report. This 6th report highlights how governments lie about the[…]

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While Cuba Deals with the Matanzas Fire, the U.S. Watches and Waits

by Natasha Lycia Ora Bannan and Medea Benjamin, published on Resumen-English,  August 10, 2022 By now, the images of the oil explosion that erupted in the Cuban province of Matanzas on Friday, August 5 that has just been extinguished has been seen around the world. When lightning struck an oil tank in Cuba’s largest oil storage facility, it quickly exploded and[…]

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Indigenous Resistance Disrupts Billions Of Tons Of Greenhouse Gas Emissions Annually

by Collin Rees, published on Popular Resistance, September 2, 2021 A New Report Bemidji, Minnesota — The Indigenous Environmental Network and Oil Change International are releasing a new report titled Indigenous Resistance Against Carbon. The report analyzes the impact that Indigenous resistance to fossil fuel projects in the United States and Canada has had on greenhouse gas emissions over the past 10 years. From the struggle[…]

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In Defense of Mother Earth

Cancelling the KXL Pipeline: A Victory for the Working Class & the Environment! The Trans Mountain (TMX) Pipeline is Next! by Alison Bodine, published on Fire This Time Magazine, April, 2021 On January 20, 2021, U.S. President Biden’s first day in office, he cancelled the Keystone XL (KXL) pipeline by rescinding a Presidential permit required to complete construction at the[…]

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The Truth About Recycling

by Paul Goettlich, published on Socialist Action, January 15, 2021 We’re told that a world without plastics is impossible to imagine. But 70 years ago, I lived with almost none of it. Modern humans lived without it for almost 200-thousand years. Now it’s plainly an existential threat to all life on Earth. And it’s literally everywhere. It’s impossible to overstate[…]

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