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Resistance as governance: Transformative strategies forged on the frontlines of extractivism in Canada

By Jen Gobby, Leah Temper, Matthew Burket and Nicolas von Ellenrieder. From the journal The Extractive Industries and Society, 2021. Article based on the analysis of cases from the EJAtlas. Abstract Attempts in Canada …

Awful Cabo Delgado’s Attacks: exposing Mozambique’s Gas Development Project

Resources to understand the current situation: Awful attacks in Palma, Cabo Delgado province (Mozambique) that began the 24th of March, exposed failure for Total‚Äôs onshore development of liquefied natural gas (LNG).¬† Read …

U.S. Lawyer Steven Donziger Speaks from House Arrest in NYC After Suing Chevron for Amazon Oil Spills

Full original interview available at Democracy Now! Interview by Amy Goodman. 10 years ago, Ecuador‚Äôs Supreme Court ordered Chevron to pay $18 billion on behalf of 30,000 Amazonian Indigenous people. The oil …

Issues Of The Environment: Commemorating 30 Years Of The Environmental Justice Movement

Original article available at WEMU. By DAVID FAIR ‚ÄĘ FEB 17, 2021¬† The concept of environmental justice can be traced back to the 1970’s.¬† But, it wasn’t until the 1990’s when themovement …

Post-doctoral call to join EJ Team at ICTA-UAB

Open CallBEATRIU DE PINOS POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP at ICTA-UABICTA-UAB would like to invite post-doctoral researchers to apply to the Beatriu de Pin√≥s programme (BP 2020) of the¬†Catalan Agency for Management of …

EnvJustice condemns recent arrest of young climate activist Disha Ravi by Indian authorities

The Indian government is eroding the democratic rights of its citizens and undermining the ecological and social concerns of its people.In a show of force, the Delhi police unjustifiably put …

Paving the way for the next pandemic

By Brototi Roy and Nick Meynen.The lockdown from one pandemic is being used in India to pave the way for the next, with a controversial plan to clear extremely valuable …

The case for Degrowth in a Time of Pandemic

By Giorgos Kallis, Susan Paulson, Giacomo D‚ÄôAlisa, and Federico Demaria. We need to build systems capable of scaling back production in ways that do not cause loss of livelihood or …

Coronavirus and the crisis of the Anthropocene

The novel coronavirus pandemic is taking a toll on all of us -especially those who have died, those needing urgent care, and those least able to retreat into their homes …

Argentinian communities beat mining multinationals

Popular movements in Argentina are better than average at stopping the mining madness. The contrast with Bolsonaro’s Brazil is striking. Argentinian mining companies are learning the hard way that you …


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