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The World: Coos County Right to a Sustainable Energy Future Ordinance on May ballot in OR
Coos County, OR, residents advance rights to stop Jordan Cove LNG export project.
Intercontinental Cry: On the Rights of Nature
A movement is building to advance a different paradigm, one which is recognizing the inherent rights of nature.
Bioneers: Bioneers Partners with CELDF on Rights of Nature in Indigenous Communities
Where indigenous communities seek a western legal framework to protect Rights of Nature, CELDF and Bioneers are working together to support them.
The World: Coos and Columbia Counties exercise right of local self-government
Oregon residents take a stand over state preemption and unsustainable fossil fuel projects.
The Seattle Times LTE: City Council applauded – now it’s time for Community Rights
Seattle’s City Council withdraws financial ties with Wells Fargo over the Dakota Access Pipeline. Now it’s time for them to take the next step.
Lancaster Online: No remedy to protect themselves, Lancaster Co, PA residents take direct action
Lancaster Co, PA, residents move to non-violent civil disobedience to protect their communities from the Atlantic Sunrise LNG pipeline.
The Colorado Independent: Lafayette Climate Bill of Rights draws passionate support from mothers, children
Lafayette, CO, residents show resounding support for a Climate Bill of Rights that would legalize non-violent civil disobedience to enforce their ban on fracking.
Daily Camera: Lafayette leaders, Standing Rock members voice support for anti-fracking proposal
Lafayette, CO, residents and Standing Rock members call for local action as Lafayette advances a Climate Bill of Rights and Protections.
The Oberlin Review: Oberlin Must Stand by Community Bill of Rights
The City of Oberlin, OH, has a Community Bill of Rights protecting them from unsustainable energy projects – and an Oberlin resident calls on the community to enforce it.
KJAJ-LP FM Coos County Radio Interview Thomas Linzey and Kai Huschke
CELDF’s Thomas Linzey and Kai Huschke are interviewed on KJAJ, discussing Community Rights and the Jordan Cove Project.