direct action

Nine Activists Shutdown Four Bank of America Branches in Coal Protest

This morning, nine activists interrupted business as usual at four Bank of America branches across the city of Charlotte, NC. The activists, most of whom were Charlotte locals, were there to protest the bank’s massive financing of the U.S. coal industry.
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'I Ain’t Collateral Damage. I Am Somebody'

Larry at the Tar Sands Action with Teri Blanton from Kentucky and Texas landowner David Daniel
This past weekend I went to West Virginia to say goodbye to my friend Larry Gibson.
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Over 50 Tar Sands Blockade Supporters March in Defiance of Police


The fight against the Keystone XL pipeline isn’t going anywhere.
This morning, in defiance of police and TransCanada’s lawsuits, over 50 people marched onto the easement to resupply the tree blockade with fresh food and water.
Follow tarsandsblockade.org for updates.
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Maybe Wall Street Will Listen to a Tiger

The President of Indonesia and top leaders of major Indonesian corporations were greeted by a colorful group of rainforest activists this week as they visited Wall Street to secure billions of dollars in US investment in some of the most environmentally and socially destructive industries in Indonesia.
Supporters of Rainforest Action Network joined with members of Rainforest Relief and Global Justice for Animals and Ecology to greet the CEOs and CFOs from Indonesia’s biggest banks—e.g. Mandiri Bank, Bank Republic of Indonesia, Bank Central Asia—as well as executives from palm oil (big ag), coal, oil and gas, steel, telecommunications and pulp and paper companies as they hobnobbed with US institutional investors trying to make deals.
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