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Correa loses his first battle against the Ecuadorian environmentalists

Photo credit EFE – Huaorani Indians in the march that preceded the submission of signatures for referendum on oil exploration.

Environmentalists in Ecuador have succeeded in raising over 700,000 signatures against the oil exploitation of Yasuni to demand a referendum. 991 more words

War of the Language

Before starting, I would like to say that, despite my brief studies on linguistics and my little psychology class in my career, I am not a speech expert. 1,375 more words

War

If there are ghost trees

If ghosts are you think     if trees mean or matter

There are ghost trees        more than there are of us

If us is separate that is     from air rain soil life… 109 more words

Poetry

William Falk: We’re Finished. Now What?

By William Falk / Deep Green Resistance

I don’t know how to write this, but it looks like humanity is finished.

Many of us know it in our hearts. 1,443 more words

Ecocide

Sand

The dunes move faster at night. Just after sunset the winds come screaming in from the east to push the desert towards the perimeter towns. People start complaining about sand accumulating against their front doors or blowing through windows left ajar or through tiny cracks in the walls or trickling down their chimneys. 7,658 more words

Australia

What do you do?

Written by Edward Lewis, 4th year undergraduate studying Ecological Science (Forestry) at the University of Edinburgh. Likes everything and anything to do with woodlands. 

What do you do? 671 more words

Environment