ecology

Do Or Die #8 1999

8th issue of Do Or Die published in 1999. 345 pages. Full contents below.

Do Or Die #2 April/May 1993

Second issue of Do Or Die.

Contents include deforestation in Scotland, Permaculture, the feminisation of Earth First! by Judi Bari, direct action round ups and suggestions, Twyford Down road protest diary, letters, prisoners, poetry, Sellafield etc.

Green Syndicalism in the Arctic

Inspirational action showing the power of Indigenous land defense and how solidarity can be manifest in significant ways in contexts where companies are working to sow divisions between resource workers and Indigenous communities. A powerful response to those who claim that the interests of resource workers will leave them somehow fundamentally opposed to Indigenous land struggles.

Love & Rage Vol. 1 No. 3, June 1990

Issue 3 of Love & Rage, with letters and articles including squatting in Vancouver, an early black bloc at a St Paul Salvador demonstration, a report from the Wall Street Earth Day action and other events elsewhere, a student strike in Berkeley, a Greenpeace demonstration in New Jersey attacked by police, prison news including an uprising at Clallam Bay and anarchist prisoner Ojore N. Lutalo, Chippewa struggles over fishing rights, riots after a police killing in New Jersey, crack and the war on drugs, two reviews of Fear of a Black Planet, a demonstration for AIDS healthcare in Chicago, and a mayday riot at Tompkins Square Park in New York.

North American Anarchist Vol. 1, No. 7, October/November 1980

Issue 7 of the North American Anarchist, with articles on the revolt in Poland and the role of the Catholic Church, an interview with Stuart Christie, the "Towards a Citizen's Militia" controversy, a critique of Bookchin's views on ecology, anarchist feminist notes, anarchism and organisation, childbirth, television, prison news, New Brunswick and the influence of the Irving corporation, workers' control, Abbie Hoffman, a coup in Turkey, workplace occupations in Southern Ontario, voting and more.

Maikling komentaryo sa Dispalinhadong Pag-Unawa sa Ideya ng “Survival of the Fittest”

A social ecological commentary on the concept of “Survival of the Fittest.”

Ang Bawat Organismo ay may Puwang sa Daigdig Natin

A social ecological article written in Filipino.

Fascism, Ecology, and the Tangled Roots of Anti-Modernism

An article exploring the connections between fascism and "anti-modern" schools of ecological thought, including the overlap between eco-fascism and some primitivist/anti-civilization anarchists. This article was first published on It's Going Down.

Of Indiscriminate Attacks and Wild Reactions: An Anti-Civ Anarchist Engages with ITS and Atassa, their Defenders and Their false Critics

A critique of the "eco-extremist" trend and its defenders and publicists among the nihilist and post-left anarchist milieu. While many libertarian communists have significant differences with the author's politics, it is reproduced here as an important expose of how far some anarchists were willing to embrace a completely reactionary form of misanthropic and misogynistic politics. Taken from the archive at Anarchist Libraries.
Content note: this piece includes discussion of sexual violence.