Deep Green Resistance

New York Times: Do Rivers Have Rights?

With no planet B and life dependent on our natural resources, shouldn’t resources have better protections? Do we allow corporate/special interests to mine and pollute threatening the health and fate of our planet and future generations, or do we demand resource extraction to be resilient?    “We’re interested in preserving the dynamic systems that exist in the ecosystem upon which […]

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The Rights of Nature and the Power(lessness) of Law

Wine & Water Watch supports all communities rights for local control to protect our environment for present and future generations. We believe corporations are NOT persons and we have the right to protect our common pool resources against special interests.    “Currently, nature is defined as property in American law. And, anyone with title to property has the

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