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Friday, 01 January


Divide and Conquer – A people united are not easily conquered. Head Space

There are those whom have nothing to lose, and those who have everything to lose. If ever these groups unify, and the seeds of amity are sown between them, revolution will result and the substructure of despotism and the power of its control is uprooted and destroyed. Totalitarian supremacy does everything within it power to […]


13 of Colbert’s Most Hilarious Moments of 2015 EcoWatch


Stephen Colbert became the host of The Late Show just three short months ago and there's already a...


Paris Fails to Revive the Nuclear Dream EcoWatch


In Paris, the advocates of nuclear power made yet another appeal to world leaders to...


3 New Years Resolutions That Will End the World’s Dependency on Fossil Fuels EcoWatch


Reliance on clean energy has been accelerating globally, and will...



Major to record flooding continues over parts of Mississippi River Valley: NWS Major flooding is occurring or forecast on the Mississippi and Ohio rivers & tributaries in Missouri, Illinois, and Kentucky, with record flooding at several locations. Major flooding is also occurring on the Arkansas River & tributaries in Arkansas. Floodwaters will move downstream over […]

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Thursday, 31 December


Red Lake Nation Agrees to $18.5 Million Settlement with Enbridge Earth First! Newswire

from Native News Online

RLBmap-600x292On December 22, 2015, the Red Lake Nation Tribal Council voted to accept an $18.5 million offer from Enbridge to end an ongoing dispute over a oil line going through the Red Lake Indian Reservation in northern Minnesota.

On December 18, 2015, Enbridge officials met with the Red Lake Nation Tribal Council. After several rounds of negotiation, Enbridge agreed to pay $18.5 million, more than three and a half times its previous officer in November, and only $2.5 million less than Red Lake’s demand.

The six-to-four Tribal Council vote allows for the exchange of land for the trespass at the Four Legged Lake property on the reservation.

The Red Lake Nation issued a statement that reads, in part:

In exchange, the Band will designate one or more parcels of land within the 1863 treaty area/1889 agreement for Enbridge to purchase on behalf of the Band and will begin the fee to trust land exchange. Red Lake’s constitution and federal...


Year in review: Looking back on 2015 Earthworker Cooperative

Just Transitions Tour, Christiana Figueres endorsement, Everlast factory buyout & establishment of Eureka’s Future Workers Cooperative, and the #GiveTanks crowdfund campaign made 2015 an action packed year!

We take a look back at the year that was.


Just Transitions Tour makes a stop in Morwell

By Dan Musil, February 2015

Just Transitions Australia Beyond Fossil Fuels

International economist Bob Massie spoke with community members about a ‘Just Transition’ for the Latrobe Valley at a public forum in Morwell.

One year on from the Hazelwood mine fire disaster, there are growing calls to diversify the local economy, and to create new industries and employment opportunities that pose less health risks to residents.

The public forum, ‘A Just Transition for the Latrobe Valley?’, examined the opportunities and barriers that the Latrobe Valley community faces in ensuring ongoing livelihoods and a healthy environment.

Local speakers included representatives from Voices of the Valley, the Earthworker Cooperative and other community organisations – discussed concerns and potential options for the Latrobe Valley, including manufacturing, mine rehabilitation and community health. A Latrobe City Council speaker has also been invited.

As Australia nears the end of the mining boom, as older coal power stations reach the end of their lives, and with the massive uptake of solar energy, there is increasing attention on how regional communities across the cou...


Increase in activity, strombolian explosions, pyroclastic flows reported at Guatemala’s Fuego volcano The Extinction Protocol

Fuego Volcano
December 2015GUATEMALAThe activity at Fuego might be picking up towards a new paroxysm (eruptive phase with strongly increased effusion rate, resulting in lava fountaining and lava flows). We camped on the SW side of the volcano last night, and observed mild to strong strombolian explosions that occurred at intervals between 1 and 10 minutes. The strongest explosions sent incandescent material to heights of up to approx. 500 m and similar distances. One particularly intense explosion was accompanied by a very strong shock wave.
Although not seen directly from our location, a pyroclastic flow occurred around 10:15 (local time): we observed the co-ignimbrite ash plume rising from what was likely a collapse of a new lava flow on the southern slope. According to staff at the Panimache volcano observatory, who confirmed our observation, the pyroclastic flow could have reached a length of 7 km and seems to herald the start of the 14th paroxysm of Fuego in 2015… Following the initial sighting of the brownish ash plume, it gradually spread around the whole southern slopes and caused fine ash fall in the area lasting about 2 hours, graying all vegetation. –Volcano Discovery



Freak storm pushes North Pole 50 degrees above normal to melting point The Extinction Protocol

North Pole Storm
December 2015CLIMATEA powerful winter cyclone — the same storm that led to two tornado outbreaks in the United States and disastrous river flooding — has driven the North Pole to the freezing point this week, 50 degrees above average for this time of year. From Tuesday evening to Wednesday morning, a mind-boggling pressure drop was recorded in Iceland: 54 millibars in just 18 hours. This triples the criteria for “bomb” cyclogenesis, which meteorologists use to describe a rapidly intensifying mid-latitude storm. A “bomb” cyclone is defined as dropping one millibar per hour for 24 hours. NOAA’s Ocean Prediction Center said the storm’s minimum pressure dropped to 928 millibars around 1 a.m. Eastern time, which likely places it in the top five strongest storms on record in this region.
“According to the center’s records, the all-time strongest storm in this area occurred on Dec. 15, 1986, and that had a minimum central pressure of 900 millibars,” Mashable’s Andrew Freedman reported on Tuesday. “The second-strongest storm occurred in January 1993, with a pressure of 916 millibars.” As this storm churns north, it’s forcing warm air into the Arctic Circle. Over the North Sea, sustained winds from the south are blasting at 70 mph, and gusting to well above 100 mph, drawing heat from south to north. Although there are no permanent weather stations at the North Pole (or really anywhere in the Arctic Ocean), we can use weather forecast models, which ingest data from satellites and surrounding surface observations, to estimate conditions at Earth’s most northern location.


Boomers Turn 70 & Green

On New Year's Day, the first baby boomers will turn 70.

From Jan. 1, 1946, through the end of 1964, 76 million babies were born in the U.S., more humans than lived in this country in 1900.

With a little help from LSD and our friends, we've won a cultural and technological revolution.

But our earthly survival depends on beating the lethal cancer of corporate domination-and the outcome is in doubt.

The GIs coming back from World War II kicked Rosie the Riveter out of the factories and into the suburbs.

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Freak Storm Pushes North Pole 50 Degrees Above Normal to Melting Point Earth First! Newswire

This storm in the far North Atlantic is the same storm that caused two tornado outbreaks and widespread flooding in the United States. Now, it’s pushing temperatures at the North Pole well above average. (

This storm in the far North Atlantic is the same storm that caused two tornado outbreaks and widespread flooding in the United States. Now, it’s pushing temperatures at the North Pole well above average. (

by Angela Fritz / Washington Post

This story has been updated to include buoy measurements that confirm the North Pole temperature climbed a...


Racist Counterprotester who Heckled Fracktivists Fired from Job Earth First! Newswire

[Trigger alert for highly racist language in video]

from PNAC

A man with no shame about his racist beliefs allowed himself to be recorded while he was insulting a group of activists in Pennsylvania, calling the black videographer [racist empithets] and making monkey sounds to further berate him.

Neither the videographer, Tom Jefferson, nor the other activists, allowed themselves to be sucked into a physical confrontation with the man, which seems to have been his goal.

They just allowed him to make the fool of himself. The video, posted by Jefferson, has more than 82,000 views on YouTube as of this writing.

The incident took place Sunday in Butler where the activists were protesting against Rex Energy and how they’ve been drilling for gas near schools.

The activists are made up of white grandparents in rocking chairs, if that makes any difference.

At issue with the grandparents protesting Monday; the proximity of the drilling to nearby schools.

“We oppose this activity completely; f...


Militiamen Flock to Eastern Oregon to Defend Rancher Earth First! Newswire

Ryan Payne, an Amry veteran and electrician, practices with his gun outside his Montana home in 2014. He recently moved to Harney County in Oregon to join other militiamen to protest the imprisonment of two prominent ranchers, Dwight Hammond Jr. and his son Steven. Payne and others want a local sanctuary created to shield the men from surrendering for federal prison, a move the Hammonds don't support. (Cathrine L. Waters, Special to The Oregonian/OregonLive)

Ryan Payne, an Amry veteran and electrician, practices with his gun outside his Montana home in 2014. He recently moved to Harney County in Oregon to join other militiamen to protest the imprisonment of two prominent ranchers, Dwight Hammond Jr. and his son Steven. Payne and others want a local sanctuary created to shield the men from surrendering for federal prison, a move the Hammonds don’t support. (Cathrine L. Waters, Special to The Oregonian/OregonLive)

by Les Zaitz / OregonLive

The strangers...


Synthesis: NASA data visualizations in Ultra-HD The Watchers » Latest articles

Our senses tell us about the natural world, but our senses cannot tell us everything. That’s why we use tools, and NASA develops some of the most sophisticated, most exciting tools of all. Designed to reveal aspects of the Earth, the Sun, The Moon, these tools gat... Read more »

CME hits Earth, G3 Strong geomagnetic storming expected The Watchers » Latest articles

The December 28th coronal mass ejection (CME) produced by the long duration M1.8 solar flare passed the ACE spacecraft at 00:02 UTC on December 31 and reached our planet at 00:51 UTC. Geomagnetic K-index of 4 threshold was reached at 01:05 UTC. The impact is expected to... Read more »

Explosive cyclogenesis with intense low passing through Iceland at peak intensity The Watchers » Latest articles

A very strong low pressure system developed over the past couple of days in the North Atlantic. It deepened to a very intense central pressure of 928 hPa at 06:00 UTC on December 30, 2015, and is one of the strongest systems to have impacted the Atlantic in recorded his... Read more »


China mine survivors detected by infrared cameras in Shandong Papua New Guinea Mine Watch

China’s mines are the world’s deadliest

931 people died last year in mine accidents

China owns the Ramu nickel mine in PNG, 50% of Porgera and wants to open the Frieda river and Yandera mines…

BBC News

Rescue workers detected the eight survivors using infrared cameras

Rescue workers detected the eight survivors using infrared cameras

Eight miners trapped for five days after a mine in China caved in have been found alive, state media say.

Reports say rescue teams have not yet been able to free the survivors, but have made contact and sent in supplies.

The rock fall at the gypsum mine, in the eastern province of Shandong, was so violent that it registered at China’s earthquake monitoring centre.

Nine miners are still missing. Seven have already been rescued and one is known to have died.

Rescuers used infrared cameras to peer into darkness at the wrecked mine. The cameras detected the surviving miners waving their hands.

The workers were weak with hunger but otherwise were in good health, state media reported. They told rescuers they were in passages underground that were intact.

Ma Congbo, the chairman of Yurong company which owns the mine, drowned himself by jumping into a mine well early on Sunday, China’s Xinhua news agency said.

His motive was not clea...


Petromin unaware of PNG Government’s talks with Rio Tinto over Bougainville Copper Ltd Papua New Guinea Mine Watch


petrominPETROMIN says it has no knowledge of any “discussion” between PNG Government and Rio Tinto over the Bougainville Copper Ltd.

But managing director Thomas Abe said the government had the prerogative to enter into such discussion.

He was asked whether the State-owned mineral company Petromin was aware of a reported discussion between Rio Tinto and the Government for the latter to buy the State’s 53.83 per cent share in the Bougainville Copper Ltd for $100 million.

“I am not aware of any discussions between Rio Tinto and the PNG Government,” Abe told The National.

“That is the prerogative of the National Government.

“We are currently operating as Petromin.

“The successor company, Kumul Minerals, formally commences operations by the end of June 2016.”

ABG President Dr John Momis has recently spoken regarding the discussion between the Government and Rio Tinto.

Momis when addressing the ABG House of Representatives said that he had been approached by several senior government officials including Prime Minister Peter O’Neill to discuss the matter.

Petromin chairman Sir Brown Bai said the company was usually invited by the Government to become party to such discussions.

But he said he had no knowledge of the discussion.

Attempts to get comments from the Department of Mineral Policy and Geo Hazards Managements were unsuccessful.



Historic Flooding: MO Gov. Activates National Guard Fire Earth

DISASTER DIARY – DECEMBER 30, 2015 State of Missouri devastated by heavy rains, historic flooding Extreme weather has devastated the State of Missouri killing at least 13 people, with the death toll exceeding 50 across southern and central U.S. In response to historic flooding in parts of Missouri, Gov. Nixon has  activated the Missouri National […]


Bill to End Dolphin and Whale Captivity Reintroduced In Canada Latest News

If passed, legislation would prohibit acquisition and captive breeding of cetaceans


The Storm That Will Unfreeze the North Pole Geoengineering Watch

lead_960Source: The Atlantic It caps off a month—and year—of weird weather. The sun has not risen above the North Pole since mid-September. The sea ice—flat, landlike, windswept, and stretching as far as the eye can see—has been bathed in darkness for months. But later this week, something extraordinary will happen: Air temperatures at the Earth’s


10 Coolest Eco Products of 2015 EcoWatch


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5 Helpful Tips to Becoming a Successful Locavore EcoWatch


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Rewilding the Northwest: Pacific Fishers Reintroduced in Washington State Earth First! Newswire

by Ben Goldfarb / High Country News


These are thrilling times to be a wildlife aficionado in the Pacific Northwest, a region whose ecosystems grow richer with each passing day. Wolverines have been trickling into northern Washington for years; biologists are dumping bull trout into Oregon’s Clackamas River; wolves are steadily gaining ground in both states. The grizzly bear, a candidate for reintroduction in the North Cascades, looms on the rugged horizon.

Meanwhile, a less heralded creature is also experiencing a quiet revival: the Pacific fisher, a cat-sized mammal that’s kin to weasels, marten, and otters. Unlike its cousin, the wolverine, f...


Geneva, Switzerland: Burying the Airport of Notre-Dame-Des-Landes Earth First! Newswire

from contra info


In these days of celebrations, we wanted to also extend our wishes to the French government. Death wishes where the Notre-Dame-Des-Landes project is buried once and for all.

Faced with the growing ZAD eviction threats, a small team of artist-apprentices in the night of December 25th to 26th went to decorate the French consulate in Geneva, to thereby also mark down the resistance in Switzerland.

Since 2008, the prospective airport land has been occupied by several hundred inhabitants. Thousands of people line the streets in every support demonstration. Hundreds of defence committees exist in France and elsewhere. But the French government, with [Manuel] Valls leading, insists on passing the project by force, ignoring popular request demanding the airport’s abandonment.

Nevertheless we are determined and the airport won’t happen. The resistance is organising, in Switzerland as in Nantes, like everywhere opposing any projects aimed at perpetuating an alienating and iniquitous capitalist system. And if they use force, we, the militants, will reduplicate creativity.

So go on then, Merry Christmas and choke yourself in y...


Claiming to represent 'science', the global GMO industry is built on fear, fraud and corruption The Ecologist

The more the GM industry claims to enjoy the support of 'science', the more it resorts to emotive attack and insult against its opponents, while doing its best to suppress the many scientific truths that are not to its liking, writes Colin Todhunter. In truth it is driven by profit, politics and ideology, and is based on fraud and the capture and corruption of governments and regulators.


Letter from UK Environmental Activist and Anarchist Prisoner Em Sheppard on Release and Probation Restrictions Earth First! Newswire

by Em Sheppard / Earth First! UK

Please note it is important that this is not reposted after 30 December 2015 as this will be in breach of licensing conditions.

[Em Sheppard was sentenced to 2 years imprisonment last February for disabling police cars. See these links for more background: The action that lead to Sheppard’s arrest / Letter in response to sentencing / Support page]


In October my probation officer said I could go back to Bristol. Now it transpires I have been a MAPPA (multi-Agency Protection) for my whole sentence, though no one thought to tell me (I always thought it was strange I wasn’t). The police met in November about me and to draw up my licence conditions, but (as is common practice) have only told me now. The licence is so restrictive that ironically I will have had more freedom in jail in some ways. I’m not sure what’s worse –...


4 Non-Toxic Ways to Protect Your Skin During Cold Winter Months EcoWatch


We slather on moisturizing creams and lotions for relief, but most of these products are...


“Full Spectrum Dominance”, The Creed Of Those Who Currently Run The World Geoengineering Watch

34What is the real role of the US military around the world? What is really the agenda behind the ongoing perpetual wars being waged all over the globe? All too often in the name of "freedom and democracy"? Americans must awaken from the programming and lies that have been pumped into them by the power


The Down-to-Earth Solution to Climate Change EcoWatch


The only thing we can do and absolutely must do is to take CO2 out of the...


Michael Pollan: What You Should Eat to Be Healthy EcoWatch


A new documentary based on Michael Pollan’s bestselling book, In Defense of Food, helps consumers...


Greenhouses: The Solution for Year-Round Local Food? EcoWatch


In colder climates, greenhouses and hoop houses are crucial to...


Winter hits Chihuahua with 25cm of snow – climate change blamed for series of winter storms The Extinction Protocol

Mexico Snow
December 2015MEXICOWinter struck the state of Chihuahua with a vengeance Saturday, leaving snow up to 25 centimeters deep and temperatures as low as -17 C in the mountain region of Tarahumara. It was either cold or very cold throughout the state, said Civil Protection operations director Virgilio Cepeda, with average snow accumulation measuring 15 centimeters in 52 of the state’s 67 municipalities. The snow began falling Saturday night and continued for some 16 hours.
Seven flights were canceled at the Ciudad Juárez airport and parts of many highways were temporarily closed. Three-hundred emergency shelters were opened. One fatality has been reported as a result of a motor vehicle accident on the Chihuahua-Parral highway. Civil Protection coordinator Luis de Jesús Luján Peña said the fifth winter storm of the season was a result of the conjunction of cold front No. 24, maritime air and a jet stream, and a consequence of climate change. The winter storm also struck Sonora, where four municipalities reported low temperatures. Lowest was recorded in Yécora, where the mercury dropped to -9.5 C. –Mexico News Daily
Mexico Snow 2



Match alert: Give now and double your impact! Chesapeake Climate Action Network

2015 is certain to be the hottest year on record. It’s also the year that I’ve felt more hope for the global climate movement than I have in a very long time. And I’m not alone.

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We are so thankful for your support — because none of these campaigns...


Time to bring back Nature's flood management engineer - the beaver The Ecologist

As climate change brings more rain, Britain is suffering from the extinction here of our native flood engineer - the beaver. Louise Ramsay says it's high time to re-introduce these charismatic rodents all over Britain.

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Wednesday, 30 December


Brazil: Incendiary Attack Against Bank by Marie [sic] Mason Cell / M.I.A for Black December Earth First! Newswire

from Anarchist News

panfleto[Editor’s Note: Marius Mason is the name of the prisoner that the title refers to. For more information about Marius, check out his website.]

Manifesto of M.I.A – Movimento Insurgente Anarquista (Insurgent Anarchist Movement) Marie Mason Cell

Between the end of November and the beginning of December, two ancient trees were cut down in the square outside the Our Lady of Remedies church at the behest of the Osasco-Sao Paulo municipal authorities.

And, in August 2015, the armed branches of government assassinated more than 20 people in one night in the regions of Osasco, Barueri, Carapicuiba and Itapevi. All the people who were assassinated came from the favelas and the barrios away from the center of these fascist states.

In response to these assassinations, we have brought our fire to one of the veins that keeps this oppressive system alive. Even though it w...


Amerindians in Guyana Leery of Emerging Oil Economy Earth First! Newswire

by Neil Anthony Giardino / Inter Continental Cry


This September Lenox Shuman and fellow Arawak Amerindians marched to the Prime Minister’s office in Guyana’s capital, Georgetown, wearing war paint and clutching bows and arrows. It was a display of cultural identity that ended in a pledge to defend the country against neighboring Venezuela, who has laid claim to more than half of this small South American nation for more than a century. The territorial feud intensified this May after Exxon Mobil, under contract from the Guyanese government, announced the discovery of vast amounts of oil in the disputed Essequibo region. The finding could be worth more than 10 times Guyana’s current economic output. But Amerindian communities in the country, often the casualties of extractive industries like logging and mining, are less optimistic about an emerging oil economy.
Shuman, who is Toshao, or chief, of a village called...


Missouri in a state of emergency, major to historic river flooding expected The Watchers » Latest articles

December 2015 is one of the worst months of weather on records for the United States, with some areas not seeing a break in rainfall for several weeks. Currently, 17 million people are living in areas with flood warnings. Although the storms are now gone, the rivers... Read more »

Active volcanoes in the world: December 23 - 29, 2015 The Watchers » Latest articles

New activity/unrest was observed at 2 volcanoes from December 23 - 29, 2015. During the same period, ongoing activity was reported for 9 volcanoes. New activity/unrest: Kanlaon, Philippines | Tengger Caldera, Eastern Java (Indonesia).Ongoing activity: Chirpoi, Kuril Is... Read more »

Tropical Cyclone "Ula" forms near American Samoa, to reach hurricane-force on December 31 The Watchers » Latest articles

Tropical low pressure area located east of American Samoa, South Pacific Ocean and designated as System 92P consolidated overnight and was named Tropical Cyclone "Ula" at 09:00 UTC on December 30, 2015. According to the JTWC, Ula's maximum sustained winds... Read more »

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Worst flooding in the last 50 years hits Paraguay, Uruguay, Argentina and Brazil The Watchers » Latest articles

Widespread flooding across Paraguay, Argentina, Uruguay and Brazil over the last 7 days forced more than 150 000 people to evacuate their homes and claimed 6 lives so far. The floods are the worst to hit the area in the last 50 years, according to the local authorities.... Read more »


Priorities We All Live Downstream

By Bob Wendelgass, President and CEO (Follow Bob on Twitter – @BWendelgass)

Family, friends, coffee (especially this time of year), clean water. That’s my list right now.

What’s yours?

Most of us have been focused on other things the past few days (and rightly so!).

But here’s the thing –  now is a great time to re-focus on protecting clean water, no matter where it is on your list. Will you make your tax-deductible clean water gift today?Checklist_owl

You know that clean water is fundamental. But did you know your financial support has never been more important? It will ensure that we start 2016 off right and that we can make sure that putting drinking water first is on the top of everyone’s list to start the new year.

Whether it’s winning the fighting to protect streams and wetlands, getting toxic chemicals out of everyday products or protecting communities from oil and gas development, your support will make sure that protecting clean water is the number one priority in 2016.

Donate now, while there’s still time. You’ll be glad you did.

  • Bob Wendelgass, President and CEO

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Keep Us on Keepin’ On We All Live Downstream

by Andrea Herrmann, Director of Development

It's clear, sustaining gifts protect clean water all year long.It doesn’t happen overnight.

And it takes a movement.

Winning the fight to protect clean water, safeguarding communities from the threats of oil and gas extraction, and putting drinking water first is an ongoing mission. With each breakthrough we find another threat to our water, our health and our communities.

And that’s where you come in. You can make sure Clean Water has the ongoing funding needed to win by making your sustaining, monthly gift today.

Monthly gifts ensure a steady stream of support for research and policy work, organizing our neighbors one-on-one and inspiring them to take action, and so much more. Plus, a sustaining gift makes things easy for you. Make your monthly (or quarterly) gift now, and you will support Clean Water throughout the year without having to do anything else.

Your sustaining gift will make sure Clean Water can keep on keeping on, protecting clean water throughout 2016 and beyond!

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