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Global Resistance to Fracking: Communities rise up to fight climate crisis and democratic deficit

Ecologistas en Acción, May 2015

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Resource IDecologistasaccion2015
Resource titleGlobal Resistance to Fracking: Communities rise up to fight climate crisis and democratic deficit
Author(s)Samuel Martín-Sosa Rodríguez
Publication/ sourceEcologistas en Acción
Date publishedMay 2015
Summary text/ abstractThis book aims, first and foremost, to be a source of inspiration for anti-fracking activism, a means to make the strength and determination of our struggle more visible and, in addition, a gesture of solidarity with those places in this world where activists have it hardest. It is also an attempt to bring together the actions and visions of people and movements who don't know each other, but who all refuse to accept the inertia of the dominant dialectic, which sells us the idea that our society needs to continue to extract hydrocarbons to avoid economic collapse. Society is awakening and growing aware of the fact that it is precisely continuing along this path that will lead to its collapse.
Library categoriesAnarchism & Action, Climate Change, Direct Action & Protest, Extreme Energy, Neo-Luddism, Politics, UCG
Added to Free Range Library03/01/2016
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