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Afrin, November 2022, stumps of several trees cut down in an Afrin's Bafilyoun forest patch due to illegal logging by Turkish occupation.

Squashed by Climate Change and Turkey’s Ecocidal Warfare, Northern Syria Fights the ‘Worst Drought in 70 years’

Henri SulkuJuly 10, 2024

The fragile state of Syria’s ecology and agriculture has been weaponized by the warring factions of the civil war, often without a clear military objective, targeting the environment and civilian population. For neighboring Turkey, ecocidal attrition has become a prominent feature of its cross-border operations.

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Drone image of the destruction Serebrianka forest, nicknamed as Black Forest, near Kreminna, Donbas, Ukraine.

Ecocide is Genocide

Editorial BoardJuly 3, 2024

As isolationist, conflict-prone, and militarized state responses testify, the “dangerous duo” of conflicts and climate change calls for a renewed internationalist consciousness to guide local and global struggles for justice, peace, and ecology.

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Reflection of woman from Argentinian Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo in a window, and governmental building on the background.

“The Authorities Don’t Know What to Do with Us”: A Fight for Justice Unites Mothers Around the World

Lisa ShishkoMarch 27, 2024

Mothers around the world do not give up and continue to fight for their children and, at the same time, for the world. The struggle of desperate mothers has stopped wars.

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Artist Zehra Doğan performance, walking in front of a tank with her long hair coming out of the tank's cannon.

From Prison to Exile: Art as Resistance, a Dialogue with Zehra Doğan

Maryam AshrafiFebruary 28, 2024

Maryam Ashrafi engages Zehra Doğan in a dialogue regarding her imprisonment and unique form of resistance through art.