YOU LOVE TO SEE IT: Indigenous Resistance Cuts Carbon Emissions

Also: A Congressman slams Afghan War generals turned talking heads, and the AFL-CIO has a warning for Senate Dems who won’t end the filibuster.
YOU LOVE TO SEE IT: Indigenous Resistance Cuts Carbon Emissions
Photo credit: AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta

Good things are happening! Researchers have found that Indigenous resistance movements have stopped or delayed significant amounts of new greenhouse gas emissions over the past decade. A representative from Arizona gave an earful to the press about army generals going on TV to defend the war in Afghanistan. And the labor movement is turning up the heat, again, on Senators who refuse to end the filibuster to pass the PRO Act.

Also:

  • A federal judge moves to protect clean water.
  • Progressives in Congress are mobilizing to end fossil fuel subsidies.
  • Portland activists took on an oil company — and won.

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