nonviolent resistance

Earth First! 8, no. 7

In this issue of Earth First!, Tom Skeele gives an update on the wolf campaign in British Columbia, Salmo Salar and Jonathan von Ranson shed light on salmon revival in the Connecticut river, Christoph Manes provides with an essay on critical mythology of civilization, and Roland Knapp argues how ecology can fulfill the functions of myths.

Earth First! 7, no. 8

The Earth First! movement is expanding and Dave Foreman points out some growing pains as a result of EF!’s increased visibility. This issue also provides news about the protests against logging of Redwood forests, reports on the threatened Wilderness and wolves in the Northern Rockies, and a call for freeing the public lands.

Earth First! 7, no. 6

In this issue of Earth First!, Dave Foreman puts emphasis on the fact that EF! cannot encompass the entire environmental movement. The protests held by EF!ers against MAXXAM Redwood logging are featured, M. Robinson gives an update about the arrest of eight protesters against the Mountain Lion Hunt in California, and the “The Earth First! California Deserts National Park Wilderness Proposal” is presented.

Earth First! 7, no. 5

In this issue of Earth First!, Mary Sojourner gives an update on the actions against extraction of uranium in Grand Canyon, W.J. Lines asks the question of whether Deep Ecology is deep enough, Professor Bill Devall reviews the third wave of environmentalists, and Ed Grumbine investigates what Coca-Cola is doing to the rainforests in Belize.

Earth First! 7, no. 4

In this issue of Earth First!, Chant Thomas writes about the “Return to Bald Mountain” and the “second battle of the North Kalmiopsis,” while Roger Featherstone gives an update on the fight against uranium mining at the Grand Canyon.

Earth First! 7, no. 7

In this issue of Earth First!, John Patterson and Jean Ravine bring good news from the protests against the Grand Canyon uranium mines, George Wuerthner contributes an essay entitled “An Ecological View of the Indian,” editor Dave Foreman writes an open letter to the bioregional movement concerning criticism of the ecological cause, and Chim Blea discusses spirituality.