Officials, First Nations, activists offer praise, criticism
<p>Lori Berenson, an American citizen who has served 15 years in a Peruvian prison for aiding leftist rebels, has been freed on parole.</p>
Sat. 26th June 2010 6pm- 10pm
John Gebhardt Centre (ex-Waratah Bowling Club)
2a Platt St Waratah
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The odds of the FCC implementing net-neutrality rules just got much longer. "A bipartisan group of politicians on Monday told FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski, in no uncertain terms, to abandon his plans to impose controversial new rules on broadband providers until the US Congress changes the law. Seventy-four House Democrats sent Genachowski...
The cheap, easy petroleum is gone; from now on, we will pay steadily more and more for what we put in our gas tanks—more not just in dollars, but in lives and health, in a failed foreign policy that spawns foreign wars and military occupations, and in the lost integrity of the biological systems that sustain life on this planet.
This Friday, May 28th, Doug Sonier, a white power fascist, is coming to New England. Join Anti-Racist Action SE MA and send a clear message to Soni...
-'Culture Integral to Agriculture'
-No-Till Farming Improves Soil Stability, Research Finds
-Is the Urban Farming Movement Here to Stay?
-Fish Are Jumping—Off Assembly Line
The leaders of the G20 countries, as well as their central bank governors, the IMF, World Bank and the EU will be in Toronto in five weeks, June 26-27, 2010. That is nearly 20,000 delegates, 15,000 armed police and 5,000 media personnel all descending to make it a very hot June weekend indeed.
-Reflections on an Oil Spill: A New Orleans Native Speaks Out
-Fishgrease: DKos Booming School
-Human Health Tragedy in the Making: Gulf Response Failing to Protect People
-Screw the Environment: BP and the Audacity of Corporate Greed
Sometimes the future is filled with surprises. On other occasions,
it can be painfully predictable. In the case of drilling for oil in the
extreme reaches of America's Arctic seas, the latter is the case. BP's
catastrophe in the Gulf of Mexico, growing worse by the ho
WASHINGTON, DC - Staffers in the the Lake
Charles, Louisiana district office of the Minerals Management Service
accepted sport event tickets, lunches, and other gifts from oil and gas
production companies and used government computers to vi
In an interview with Yale Environment 360 senior editor Fen Montaigne, Orr talked about the current battle over climate and energy legislation, President Obama’s missed opportunity to use his “bully pulpit” to educate the public about global warming, and what he calls the right wing’s “unconscionable misuse” of the airwaves to spread lies and misinformation about climate ch
New coalition will fight for affordable housing
When Halifax’s volunteer-run Out of the Cold Shelter opened in late November, organizers knew it was not a solution to the growing housing crisis in Halifax.&nb
<p>As the Iraq Operations Group of the Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.) was planning for the 2003 invasion of Iraq, agents "kicked aroun...