June 2, 2016

The other Balkan route

A group of ‘kayaktvists’ from all over Europe recently paddled 390 km of Balkan rivers, in an exciting and creative expression of protest against the looming ‘dam tsunami’ on the peninsula. 
May 5, 2016

Stop state-mediated violence in the name of green energy!

A handful of anti-dam activists were recently killed in remote Northeast India. A worldwide wave of state-mediated violence against anti-hydro protesters also brings up larger questions about these supposedly green and clean ‘development projects’.
March 29, 2016

Letter from the Munduruku in the Brazilian Amazon

“We Munduruku, descendants of our ancestors, who survived and still survive these days, are still subjected to genocide. Without the land rights that guarantee our survival, we are left with only the right to die. Our blood shed on this sacred land cries out for justice until the new millennium.”
March 23, 2016

The last days of Tua

A large dam is under construction in Portugal’s Alto Douro Wine Region UNESCO World Heritage site. Local movements call to stop the dam and safeguard this patrimony #‎savetua‬ #savetua
March 18, 2016

¡El Buen Vivir es para todos y todas, o no lo es!

Entrevista con Alberto Acosta, economista y político ecuatoriano. Por Felipe Milanez.*
March 4, 2016

International call to condemn the murder of indigenous leader Berta Cáceres in Honduras

The assassination of Berta Cáceres has galvanised environmental justice and human rights organisations around the world. The ENTITLE collective joins this international condemnation. Read more and sign the petition to show your support, to be used in mobilisations at Honduran embassies and consulates in the coming days, and at next week’s session of the UN Council of Human Rights in Geneva. 
November 19, 2015

The Damage Done and the Dams to Come

By Matthäus Rest, Austin Lord & Christopher Butler *. In the aftermath of the 2015 earthquakes, progress toward the stated aim of turning Nepal into a ‘hydropower nation’ has been stalled. How will concerns over heightened risk affect hydropower development in Nepal in the medium and long term?
October 6, 2015

The 'Blue Heart of Europe' beats in the Balkans

Europe’s last wild rivers are under threat from dam construction—yet hardly anyone is aware of it.
September 18, 2015

Extractivismo: Nuevos contextos de dominación y resistencia

En el contexto actual de represión que sufren las ONGs ecologistas en Latinoamérica, hemos querido compartir este texto del CEDIB de Bolivia para dar visibilidad al importante trabajo que hace esta organización.
May 7, 2015

Political ecology gone wrong

 By Giorgos Kallis* Against pro-nuclear ‘ecomodernism’, we should reaffirm the fundamental incompatibility between ecologism and modernization.
April 27, 2015

La economía circular o la invención del círculo

by Jesús Ramos Martín* ¿Para qué y cuánto crecer? Y sobre todo ¿a qué coste? La propuesta de la economía circular no es nueva y contribuye a desviar el debate acerca del crecimiento económico y sus consecuencias. Últimamente oímos hablar bastante de economía circular en las discusiones acerca del desarrollo económico y su interacción con el medio ambiente. En particular, en Europa se ha puesto de moda este término desde que el 25 de septiembre de 2014 se aprobara la comunicación de la Comisión Europea […]
April 9, 2015

Ethiopia: from autarchy to developmentalism

By Ivan Cuesta-Fernandez* As fast-track growth overhauls the Ethiopian society, the regime is obliged to re-consider its recipe of mixed authoritarianism and development – as Franco’s Spain was. On May 24 Ethiopia will celebrate its fifth parliamentary elections. A defeat of the incumbent Ethiopia’s People Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF), in power since 1991, appears as highly unlikely. Such a defeat would see the opposition making a giant stride forward from its current unique seat in the chamber. That alone reflects the EPRDF’s deliberate efforts – […]