Rebellion Recorder Spring 2019

Giselle Gonzales —Founding Member, XRLA

On December 17 of last year, the University of Bristol psychology professor Colin Davis was arrested for spray painting hourglass iconography across government property in the middle of the day.

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Alissa Nelson —Public Health Consultant

Public health has done an extraordinary job of making humans capable of living in huge, urban environments. We have doubled, and in some places tripled the human life expectancy, allowing us to efficiently treat and even prevent the problems of communicab...

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Peter Kalmus —Climate Scientist

The current extinction rate is 1000 times above the normal background rate.

By 2050, climate breakdown alone is projected to commit 15-37% of all species to extinction.

60% of Earth’s wild mammals, fish, birds, and reptiles have been wiped out since 19...

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In photographer J. Matt’s investigation of our global warming dialogue, citizens, politicians, government agencies, policy makers, and scientists speak about climate change — its contributors, negotiations, and its consequences. The photographs were all made at the coast, where the effects of climat...

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Bill McKibben —Founder 350.org

In the spirit of the Declaration of Independence, which began with an acknowledgement “that a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that we should declare the causes” of our action, it’s worth establishing for a watching world the reasons for this reb...

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Staff Writers, San Francisco

On February 28th of this year PG&E conceded that its equipment was the likely cause of the Camp Fire in Butte County. The fire began on November 8th last year and burned 153,336 acres, destroyed 13,972 residences, 528 commercial buildings, and 4,293 other buildings....

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Articles by Bill McKibben, Gisselle Gonzales, Peter Kalmus, Alissa Nelson

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