Uranium Mining Continues to Threaten Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon is remarkable for its awe-inspiring scenery, precious geological value, and diverse flora and fauna. It is a natural wonder recognized by UNESCO, and also happens to be the site of significant underground uranium deposits. These deposits have made it a prime target for energy companies seeking to privatize the public commons that … Read more

The Norwegian Model: Managing Resource Wealth for the Common Good

Natural resources play a foundational role in a country’s economic development. As natural commons, they provide economic assets via space, raw materials, and energy that can be used to create other assets and opportunities in the form of industry and wealth. But because these commons are finite, their mismanagement often leads to a boom and … Read more

EarthSharing.org on Stanford Radio KZSU 90.1 FM Promoting the Recession Generation Event

WKZSU 90.1 FM Stanford University Radio Interviews EarthSharing.org   July 5th, 2016, Edward Miller and Jacob Shwartz-Lucas were invited onto Stanford University Radio to discuss an event they would organize in Oakland a few days later. The event was titled BIL Oakland 2016: The Recession Generation. The discussion revolved around the event’s aim of helping … Read more

Oregon Wildlife Refuge Occupation Leads to One Death, 11 Arrests

Malheur National Wildlife Refufe in Oregon

Ammon Bundy and his cohort of armed protesters began their occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Burns, Oregon, one month ago. Eleven people have been arrested and one killed in connection with the occupation. At a roadblock stop on the evening of January 26, Oregon State Police arrested eight members of the armed group, … Read more