THIS IS REAL! Army Corps denies easement for DAPL!

December 5, 2016

THIS IS REAL! Army Corps denies easement for DAPL!

Yesterday the movement for indigenous sovereignty and climate justice had a monumental victory when the Army Corps of Engineers announced it would not grant an easement for the Dakota Access Pipeline to drill under the Missouri River.
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Charges against filmmaker Deia Schlosberg suspended

December 1, 2016

From filmmaker Deia Schlosberg:


“I do have an update that I’d like to share: my prosecution has been officially suspended by the state of North Dakota. Which is to say, the State acknowledged that I am an established filmmaker and that no public interest would be served by continuing

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From New Orleans to the Rockaways

August 29, 2016

Today is 11th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.  11 years later most Americans don’t really understand what happened to New Orleans. People know about the floods, but few understand the break down of society that occurred that allowed violent racism to flood and overtake that city.
When we toured … (Read more)


Where will you be watching tonight?

June 27, 2016

HOW TO LET GO OF THE WORLD AND LOVE ALL THE THINGS CLIMATE CAN’T CHANGE airs tonight on HBO at 9pmET/PT. Josh Fox’s new film is unlike any other you’ve ever seen on climate change and it’s coming out at a critical time.


The DNC platform committee just voted … (Read more)

Gasland 2010

6 years ago today

June 21, 2016


On June 21 2010, GASLAND debuted on HBO. That night helped fracking become a household word. Thousands of people attended house party screenings and got their communities active on opposing fracking.

At that time there were very few peered reviewed papers on fracking, but there were citizens speaking … (Read more)


Josh’s New Documentary and the LET GO AND LOVE Tour

February 25, 2016

In January, Josh premiered his new documentary on climate change, HOW TO LET GO OF THE WORLD AND LOVE ALL THE THINGS CLIMATE CAN’T CHANGE. It is the continuation of his work to inform and empower people on the front lines of fossil fuel infrastructure and to inspire this … (Read more)


Video of the Week: Shalefield Stories Vol. 2

December 22, 2015

Families across the country have been harmed in the mad rush to frack for oil and gas. Their stories have served as a warning to many about what it is truly like to have a fracking well or compressor station as a neighbor.

Mysterious illnesses, buried toxic waste, dying livestock,

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