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Dana R. Fisher on the Past, Present and Future of Climate Protest

The “radical” flank of the climate movement is not that radical, but it’s going to become more so.

The “radical” flank of the climate movement is not that radical, but it’s going to become more so.

February 13, 2024Feb 13, 2024
Security + Surveillance

Department of Homeland Security, the Manufactured "EcoTerrorist" Panic, and Cop City

The U.S. government's ever-expanding definition of what constitutes an "ecoterrorist” continues to drive repression of protest

The U.S. government's ever-expanding definition of what constitutes an "ecoterrorist” continues to drive repression of protest

February 06, 2024Feb 06, 2024
Security + Surveillance

Messy Conversations, with Rhiana Gunn-Wright

The architect of the Green New Deal on what the climate movement loses when it excludes environmental justice

The architect of the Green New Deal on what the climate movement loses when it excludes environmental justice

February 06, 2024Feb 06, 2024
Climate Justice

Meet the First UN Special Rapporteur on Environmental Defenders

Michel Forst is concerned by the increased use of repressive laws and tactics to silence climate protest.

Michel Forst is concerned by the increased use of repressive laws and tactics to silence climate protest.

January 23, 2024Jan 23, 2024
International climate negotiations
Security + Surveillance

S10, Ep15: How UK Courts Became the New Climate Protest Battleground

Since the passage of a new law curtailing protest rights in 2022, the U.K. has been on a rapid path to repression.

Since the passage of a new law curtailing protest rights in 2022, the U.K. has been on a rapid path to repression.

January 16, 2024Jan 16, 2024
Security + Surveillance

S10, Ep 14: What Happened at Bayou Bridge? The Other End of the Dakota Access Pipeline

While protests against the northern leg of the Dakota Access Pipeline, on the Standing Rock Sioux Indian Reservation, garnered international press attention, protestors in Louisiana, where the southern leg was being built, faced aggressive fossil fuel-funded and state-backed repression, but saw little to no media attention. Their story is a cautionary tale for the climate movement, and anyone concerned about democracy.

While protests against the northern leg of the Dakota Access Pipeline, on the Standing Rock Sioux Indian Reservation, garnered international press attention, protestors in Louisiana, where the southern leg was being built, faced aggressive fossil fuel-funded and state-backed repression, but saw little to no media attention. Their story is a cautionary tale for the climate movement, and anyone concerned about democracy.

December 19, 2023Dec 19, 2023
Pipelines and Refineries
Security + Surveillance

S10, Ep13: Seven Years Later, an Environmental Impact Statement for the Dakota Access Pipeline

Public comment period closes Dec 13 in what may be the last Standing Rock battle

Public comment period closes Dec 13 in what may be the last Standing Rock battle

December 07, 2023Dec 07, 2023
Pipelines and Refineries
Security + Surveillance