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Environment

Snowpiercer and Earthmasters: Complementary Views of Geoengineering

BY ALICE WHITTENBURG, Other Homes and Gardens Korean director Bong Joon-ho’s film Snowpiercer is an allegorical — and sometimes phantasmagorical — science fiction thriller about a geoengineering climate fix that goes terribly wrong. When the film […]

Aug, 12

Trial Begins for Indigenous Protesters in Peru

THOMAS MOORE, original to the Occupied Tucson Citizen After five years of bureaucratic delays and internal contradictions in the Peruvian judiciary system, the trial of 53 protesters in the northern Peruvian jungle town of Bagua […]

Jul, 02

Dose Me

BY DOCTRESS NEUTOPIA, Occupied Tucson Citizen Dose me with your fallout from the Trinity Bomb. Dose me with your 2,000 nuclear test blasts in the Northern Hemisphere that still linger on. Dose me on land […]

Apr, 28

Arcology and Beethoven

BY DOCTRESS NEUTOPIA, Occupied Tucson Citizen My $10 student ticket to the Tucson Symphony Orchestra landed me one of the best seats in the Tucson Music Hall, near the front in the middle at an […]

Apr, 01

Tar Sands: the Ugly Proof that the Politicians are Still Clueless about Climate Change

BY LES SCRUGGS, Occupied Tucson Citizen                       The mining of the Tar Sands and the drilling of oil in Canada’s boreal forests is the most […]

Mar, 26

Found Poem © DAVID RAY 2013

BY DAVID RAY, Occupied Tucson Citizen A found poem is a text that is so meaningful, musical, or unique that it can be appropriated, with credit to its original author (if known), by any prowling […]

Mar, 02

The Homeless are Green

BY KEN LEE, Occupied Tucson Citizen They mostly ride bikes, take the bus, or walk where they go.  They wear discarded clothing, eat discarded food, in a pinch they smoke discarded tobacco.  Their carbon footprint […]

Feb, 15

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