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bioneers conference 2020: virtual conference for environmental and social justice ( incl. special discount code for greenhorns)

EVENT REGISTRATION LINK: BIONEERS CONFERENCE 2020 (VIRTUAL) Online event, for the two weekends of Dec 5-6th and 12-13th Use the greenhorns discount code jlcu3c for 20% off your tickets! From the Bioneers team: "The year 2020 has been marked by a convergence of crises. The latent realities of climate change, racial injustice, exploitation and inequality […]

Posted: November 20 2020
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queer ecojustice project summer reading group

Are you dreaming, planting, and tending visions of a queer ecological future? Are you looking to connect with kindred spirits in your region and across the country to share resources to support these visions of collective liberation? Join Queer Ecojustice Project for our first ONLINE reading community! Most gatherings will be local in your region (we […]

Posted: May 2 2017
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emergency day of action against DAPL

The Sacred Stones Camp at Standing Rock has put out the call for immediate emergency action to stop the drilling below the Missouri River for the Dakota Access Pipeline after yesterday's announcement by the Army Corps of Engineers of their intent to issue permission to proceed with construction, ignoring a previous order to conduct an […]

Posted: February 8 2017
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tomorrow on greenhorns radio! jeff conan on the devasting effects of palm oil production

Tomorrow January 25th on the Heritage Radio Network, Greenhorns radio talks to Jeff Conan, Senior Forest Campains Manager at Friends of the Earth, a global activist network that campaigns for international environmental and climate justice. Much of Conan's work focusses on the toxic legacy of palm oil production in Gautemala. Maybe you already knew that the […]

Posted: January 23 2017
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can you get a fiscal sponsorship for your activism?

If there is one thing that we'd like to spotlight these days, it's change makers and organizations that are doing really great and innovative work across the country. Enter: Ecologistics, a nonprofit organization based in the Central Coast of California whose mission is to "To create a resilient and healthy community for the residents of […]

Posted: January 12 2017
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hawaiins fight in court to preserve GMO ban

In case you missed it, two weeks ago, our friends and allies at the Hawai'i Center for Food Safety took five cases through the 9th circuit appeals court focusing on the rights of local communities to regulate and legislate genetically engineered seed crops and pesticide use. The video embedded below has the live recording of court proceedings. […]

Posted: June 28 2016
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kale, racial justice, and reclaiming our collective right to the earth

  [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=StygQm6YlwQ] A beautiful walk around Soul Fire Farm with the thoughtful, insightful, and fiercely passionate Leah Penniman. This film was produced by The Next System Project and the Laura Flanders Show, as part of their series on gender, race, and the next system. I'd write more about the farm, but my paraphrasing would never be as powerful […]

Posted: April 5 2016
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very exciting. OBAMA, rock on

A Commitment to Environmental Justice August 8th, 2011 Posted by Tracy Russo All Americans deserve to be protected from environmental health hazards. That is why last week, the Justice Department, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the White House Council on Environmental Quality announced an agreement and signed a “Memorandum of Understanding on Environmental Justice […]

Posted: September 8 2011