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I deeply encourage readers to look further into the facts of this current controversy involving Derrick Jensen and Deep Green Resistance. Essentially this controversy arose from a situation in which Jensen was in support of a women's only community, comprised of rape trauma victims ...
Once known as a "philosopher poet" among environmentalists, Derrick Jensen of the group Deep Green Resistance is better known these days for sparking protests against what his opponents call his and DGR's transphobic views. Jensen's March 4 appearance at the Eugene Public Library led to a ...

Colorado's Attorney General's office has asked a federal court to dismiss a "first-of-its-kind" claim filed by members of Deep Green Resistance (DGR), a self-described radical environmental group, requesting the court recognize the Colorado River ecosystem as a legal person with constitutional rights.
An environmental group in Colorado, Deep Green Resistance, had sued that state and its governor on behalf of the river. The idea was that the Colorado River, as a person, could sue over environmental damage and other threats to its health, especially if there wasn't a human being who was ...
Five potential next friends were named in the original complaint -- Deanna Meyer, Jennifer Murnan, Fred Gibson, Susan Hyatt and Will Falk -- all members of the environmental group Deep Green Resistance, which states its goal is to "deprive the rich of their ability to steal from the poor and the powerful ... rights Colorado River

The complaint asks that members of Deep Green Resistance be allowed to "serve as guardians, or 'next friends,' for the Colorado River Ecosystem." And it asks that they be able to file lawsuits to "force the state of Colorado to take certain actions, as violations of the rights of the Colorado River ecosystem.".
If successful, it would mean lawsuits can brought on behalf of the river for any harm done to it, as if it were a person. In the past, several environmental groups in India, Bolivia, Ecuador, Colombia and New Zealand have successfully sought protection for rivers and landscapes based on this argument. Native Americans
Deep Green Resistance believes that the mainstream environmental movement has been ineffective, and that industrial civilization is fundamentally destructive to life on earth. The group's task, according to its website, is to create "a resistance movement that will dismantle industrial civilization by ... Rights
For a book that advertises itself as a "shift in strategy and tactics," Deep Green Resistance (DGR) has an overwhelmingly dispiriting tone, and is riddled with contradictions.[1] While DGR provocatively addresses many pressing social and ecological issues, its opportunistic, loose-cannon ...
An environmental group in Colorado, Deep Green Resistance, had sued that state and its governor on behalf of the river. The idea was that the Colorado River, as a person, could sue over environmental damage and other threats to its health, especially if there wasn't a human being who was directly ...
In September, Environmentalist group Deep Green Resistance filed a legal action to sue the State of Colorado under the 11th Amendment, declaring that the court must declare the Colorado River ecosystem as a “person,” entitled to “the rights to exist, flourish, regenerate and naturally evolve.” In Arizona ...
The attorney general's office wrote to the U.S. District Court in Denver that Deep Green Resistance and its members do not have jurisdiction to sue the state in federal court under the 11th Amendment, do not have standing in the case due to lack of a specific injury and do not state a claim “upon which relief ...
The complaint asks that members of Deep Green Resistance be allowed to “serve as guardians, or 'next friends,' for the Colorado River Ecosystem.” And it asks that they be able to file lawsuits to “force the state of Colorado to take certain actions, as violations of the rights of the Colorado River ecosystem.”.
If successful, it would mean lawsuits can brought on behalf of the river for any harm done to it, as if it were a person. In the past, several environmental groups in India, Bolivia, Ecuador, Colombia and New Zealand have successfully sought protection for rivers and landscapes based on this argument.
Deep Green Resistance believes that the mainstream environmental movement has been ineffective, and that industrial civilization is fundamentally destructive to life on earth. The group's task, according to its website, is to create “a resistance movement that will dismantle industrial civilization by any ...
The Plaintiff in the lawsuit is the Colorado River itself, with the organization Deep Green Resistance - a national organization committed to protecting the planet through direction action - filing as a “next friend” on behalf of the River. The River and the organization are represented in the lawsuit by Jason ...

If military strategists are always fighting the last war, the same is true of those who work on countering radicalization. In 2001, Western intelligence services, mostly focused on localized terrorist groups like the Irish Republican Army and ETA, were stunned by al Qaeda. Come 2011, they were then ...
For a book that advertises itself as a “shift in strategy and tactics,” Deep Green Resistance (DGR) has an overwhelmingly dispiriting tone, and is riddled with contradictions.[1] While DGR provocatively addresses many pressing social and ecological issues, its opportunistic, loose-cannon theoretical ...
DENVER – A lawsuit that sought to have a federal judge declare that the Colorado River is a person with its own legal rights has been withdrawn. The lawsuit was withdrawn Sunday by a Denver attorney who had filed it on behalf of Deep Green Resistance. kAm%96 |@F?E2:? |2:= C6A@CE65 @? }@G] a ...
Filed in September with environmental group Deep Green Resistance listed as one of the river's next friends, the lawsuit against the state of Colorado sought to give the Colorado River ecosystem the same constitutional protections offered to ships, ecclesiastic corporations and standard commercial ...
An environmental group in Colorado, Deep Green Resistance, had sued that state and its governor on behalf of the river. The idea was that the Colorado River, as a person, could sue over environmental damage and other threats to its health, especially if there wasn't a human being who was directly ...
DENVER — Protestors spurred on by the environmental group Deep Green Resistance gathered at dusk in front of the Alfred A. Arraj Courthouse in downtown Denver Friday. High above their heads, the words “Colorado River Rights of Nature” loomed, lit by a spotlight projector placed outside the protester ...
If you happened to have gazed at the U.S. Education Department, on the corner of 20th and Champa streets, between 5 and 5:45 p.m. on Friday, December 1, you would have noticed something unusual. Projected in large letters onto the building were a sequence of phrases.
Because "the river cannot appear in court," as The New York Times observed, an environmental group called Deep Green Resistance is filing the suit "as an ally, or so-called next friend, of the waterway." Though Reed Benson, chairman of the environmental law program at the University of New Mexico, ...
DENVER — Protestors spurred on by the environmental group Deep Green Resistance gathered at dusk in front of the Alfred A. Arraj Courthouse in downtown Denver Friday. High above their heads, the words "Colorado River Rights of Nature" loomed, lit by a spotlight projector placed outside the protester ...
In September this year, Flores-Williams sued Colorado on behalf of the environmental group Deep Green Resistance, asking that the Colorado ...
All are members of Deep Green Resistance, an organization with a stated goal to “deprive the rich of their ability to steal from the poor and the ...
All are members of Deep Green Resistance, an organization with a stated goal to “deprive the rich of their ability to steal from the poor and the ...
All are members of Deep Green Resistance, an organization with a stated goal to "deprive the rich of their ability to steal from the poor and the ...
Imagine trying to widen a highway and coming up against a protracted lawsuit. The plaintiff is a tree, 50 yards from the roadway, which does not want more traffic further disrupting its peace. Consider breaking ground to build a home, only to get a stop-work order. The dirt has filed a lawsuit. Court papers ...
Jason Flores-Williams, a Denver-based civil rights attorney, represents Deep Green Resistance and the other plaintiffs in the case.
"The court isn't going to just give us anything," Jason Flores-Williams, the Denver-based lawyer representing Deep Green Resistance the ...
Jason Flores-Williams, the lawyer representing members of Deep Green Resistance in Colorado River Ecosystem v State of Colorado, speaks ...
"The court isn't going to just give us anything," Jason Flores-Williams, the Denver-based lawyer representing Deep Green Resistance the ...
... suit's human representatives — known in legal terms as “next friends” — and a member of the environmental group Deep Green Resistance.
Because “the river cannot appear in court,” as The New York Times observed, an environmental group called Deep Green Resistance is filing ...
Deep Green Resistance, a self-described “radical feminist organization,” filed the lawsuit in United States District Court “as next friend,” the ...
It's a fact that the environmental organization Deep Green Resistance has filed suit against the state of Colorado seeking to have the Colorado ...
The plaintiff in the case is the Colorado River itself, with the organization Deep Green Resistance acting as a “next friend” on its behalf. A next ...
On Saturday The Aspen Times devoted all of page 3, complete with pretty pictures, to the legal argument by Deep Green Resistance that the ...
In a filing Tuesday from the attorney general's office, Colorado said in U.S. District Court in Denver that Deep Green Resistance and its member ...
On Saturday The Aspen Times devoted all of page 3, complete with pretty pictures, to the legal argument by Deep Green Resistance that the ...
The attorney general's office wrote to the U.S. District Court in Denver that Deep Green Resistance and its members do not have jurisdiction to ...
Update 10-23-17: The Colorado Attorney General's Office has filed a motion to dismiss the lawsuit brought by Deep Green Resistance on ...
In a filing Tuesday from the attorney general's office, Colorado said in U.S. District Court in Denver that Deep Green Resistance and its member ...
Will Falk, an attorney and the designated “next friend” from Deep Green Resistance, believes that ecological problems are overlooked in the ...
The Colorado is one of the most heavily developed rivers in the world, or as Will Falk of Deep Green Resistance prefers to describe it, “the most ...
Deep Green Resistance, a far-left environmental group, and Jason Flores-Williams, a lawyer, have filed a pioneer legal suit against Colorado ...
Environmental groups Deep Green Resistance (DGR) and the Southwest Coalition and several individual activists also are participating as the ...


 

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