The Denton Fracking Ban and the Need For Local Control

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It has been almost four years since the voters of Denton, Texas won- and then lost it all. As the evidence grows that hydraulic fracturing-"fracking"-contributes to environmental and health catastrophes, and as these catastrophes hurtle us towards collapse, I use a tale from my own life to argue for total neighborhood autonomy and direct democracy. With these tools, we can form a bulwark against the offloading of environmental "externalities" onto communities by distanced politicians and corporate executives who have no real stake in them. To learn more about some of the growing models pointing the way towards stronger communal lives, check out these links: Rojava (Northern Syria): https://youtu.be/cDnenjIdnnE Autonomous Zapatista Territories (Southern Mexico): https://youtu.be/Ww46lxIc6-w Zone À Defendre (Rural France): https://youtu.be/InUtCdDQlCY Cherán (Mexico): https://youtu.be/SrPBdLiqMb0 The 48 Cantones (Guatemalan forests): https://vimeo.com/82865010 Freetown Christiania (Copenhagen, Denmark): https://youtu.be/0n6zGTx_uQo Cooperation Jackson (Jackson, Mississippi): https://cooperationjackson.org/ Mutual Aid Disaster Relief (United States): https://mutualaiddisasterrelief.org/ If you would like to help MAD Relief and Appalachian Medical Solidarity in the wake of Hurricane Florence with supplies, you can donate here: https://www.gofundme.com/mutual-aid-relief-supplic

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