November 2013 archive

2014 Social Ecology Intensive Seminar in Texas

Reprinted from the Institute for Social Ecology January 3-10, 2014 in Denton, Texas This year Texas has become an inspirational focal point in struggles for reproductive rights, anti-racism, climate justice, and democracy. This January, the Institute for Social Ecology (ISE) will be coming for the first time to Texas to offer a 7-day Intensive Seminar …

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Public Citizen Calls on PHMSA, TransCanada to Fix a Broken KXL South

On Tuesday, the watchdog group Public Citizen (PC) issued a report documenting numerous forms of code violations and shoddy construction practices evidenced while TransCanada was constructing the southern leg of Keystone XL, specifically during the summer when the brand new pipeline was dug up for repairs at least 125 times over a 250-mile stretch through …

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‘What’s in the Pipeline?’ Renowned Chemist to Speak at NacSTOP 3rd Anniversary Meeting

Our friends at NacSTOP (Nacogdoches Stop Tar sands Oil Permanently) are celebrating their 3rd anniversary tomorrow! If you’re at or around Nacogdoches, Texas on the evening of Wednesday, November 13th, please come out! *** Nacogdoches, TX – Wilma Subra, chemist and recipient of the MacArthur Fellowship ‘Genius Grant’, will present “What’s in the Pipeline: Health …

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