A snapshot of the fracking situation in the UK, Ireland, and Bolivia
TTIP and fracking activists came together on the Oct 11th days of action. It is crucial they continue to do this, and challenge the system of corporate entitlement that stands in the way of both movements.
Our director Jim Shultz was among many people interviewed during Democracy Now!’s three-hour broadcast, live from the People’s Climate March in NYC on September 21st.
We were at climate mobilizations in five locations across the US, Europe and Bolivia on Sept 21st, asking people: “What does climate change mean to you?”
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Communications Director Maddy Ryle has a chance to reflect on what effective communication means for the Democracy Center.
Climate change is incredibly complex. At the same time, it touches on the most elemental aspects of life on the planet, especially water. Our new teaching resources help educators tell that story.
An attempt at an overview of where things stand on the global day of action against fracking.
Ten years ago this month Bolivia’s ‘Gas War’ saw more than 60 people killed at the hands of government troops. We report from the ‘Black October’ memorial in La Paz, where families were remembering victims and calling for the President responsible to finally face justice.
Lucy Patterson of Push Europe on the thinking behind Reclaim Power Month, running until Nov 11th
Reports from the resistance camp in Balcombe, focal point of the fight against fracking in the UK.