Monthly Archives: October 2021

Australian government sued over global warming by indigenous Torres Strait Islanders ‘on frontline of climate crisis’ — RT World News — THE DARK SIDE OF THE MOON…

Indigenous Torres Strait Islanders have launched a climate change class action against the Australian government over claims it has failed to tackle global warming, risking residents “becoming climate refugees.” Fonte: Australian government sued over global warming by indigenous Torres Strait … Continue reading

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The Magnitude of the Climate Challenge — Ned Hamson’s Second Line View of the News

Originally posted on Wibble: With the COP26 climate summit due to kick off in Glasgow on Sunday, here’s a stark warning of what the future holds in store for us all if our global ‘leaders’ fail to come through (as … Continue reading

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COP26 – Appel à l’action ! Nous devons tous revoir notre rapport à la nature et réorienter notre association avec le consumérisme ! 

« Je ne vois pas de délégation pour les quatre pattes. Je ne vois pas de siège pour les aigles. Nous oublions et nous nous considérons supérieurs. Mais nous ne sommes après tout qu’une partie de la création. Et nous … Continue reading

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How to know if a country is serious about net zero: look at its plans for extracting fossil fuels! —

Fergus Green, UCL Fresh emissions targets from Saudi Arabia and Australia – two of the world’s largest fossil-fuel producers – are due to arrive just in time for global climate talks in Glasgow. These would commit the two countries to … Continue reading

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Nations are making new pledges to cut climate pollution. They aren’t enough! —

Nations are making new pledges to cut climate pollution. They aren’t enough https://ift.tt/3pCQUN6 Nations are beginning pivotal talks to stop extreme climate change, but a new study shows even recent pledges to slow emissions aren’t enough. (Image credit: HECTOR RETAMAL/AFP … Continue reading

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COP26 – Call to Action! We all must revise our relationship with nature and reorient our association with consumerism!  

« I do not see a delegation for the Four Footed. I see no seat for the Eagles.  We forget & we consider ourselves superior. But we are after all a mere part of Creation.  We stand somewhere between the … Continue reading

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5 claves para entender qué es la COP 15 de biodiversidad — Ecoamazônia

Esta semana, gobiernos de 195 países se reunieron de forma virtual en la primera parte de la conferencia más importante sobre biodiversidad. ¿El objetivo? establecer nuevas metas para frenar la devastación de la naturaleza y asegurar el bienestar humano. 1. … Continue reading

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Renvoyons nos enfants dans les arbres — JEREMIKARUS

Ce devrait être une interro obligatoire dans les écoles. Combien d’œufs une poule pond-t-elle par jour ? Les vaches hibernent-t-elle ? À quel endroit le soleil se lève-t-il ? On serait surpris des résultats. Les poules prendrai deux, trois, ou … Continue reading

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« Vogliono trovare l’ORO, è stata la loro avidità che ha ucciso la maggior parte dei nostri anziani molto tempo fa! Gli uomini *bianchi con soldi vogliono di più. Vogliono distruggere di più. È la loro tradizione: non hanno limiti! »

Originally posted on Barbara Crane Navarro:
Casa comunale Yanomami nella foresta, Alto Orinoco, Amazonas, Venezuela – foto: Barbara Crane Navarro « In passato, non dovevamo parlare della foresta con rabbia perché non conoscevamo tutti questi bianchi mangiatori di terra e…

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Our Actions are Our Future…EVERY DAY is #World Food Day! — Retired? No one told me!

Today October 16th 2021 the UN is making a call for action to make healthy and sustainable diets available and affordable to everyone. For the second year running, the world marks #WorldFoodDay whilst continuing to fight the Covid-19 pandemic. This year, the … Continue reading

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