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Source: The Nation by Peter Rothberg November 30, 2009 As world leaders start gathering next week in Copenhagen, the people hit hardest by the climate change crisis — the global poor — will continue to be systematically excluded from formal discussions of how to address problems like water shortages and crop failures stemming from global warming. Meanwhile, the world’s [...]Leer más0 Comentarios
Source: Democracy Now! November 23, 2009 With the Copenhagen climate summit two weeks away, best-selling journalist Naomi Klein examines the grass-roots movement behind the climate debate proposal that argues all the costs associated with adapting to a more hostile ecology—everything from building stronger sea walls to switching to cleaner, more expensive technologies—are the responsibility of the countries [...]Leer más0 Comentarios
by Bryan Farrell November 20, 2009 Hundreds of climate activists swarmed down a hill toward Britain’s largest coal-burning power plant Oct. 17 with the intention of shutting it down. Within minutes, dozens had broken through the perimeter fence, erected specifically for this protest, and entered the site, known as Ratcliffe-on-Soar Power Station. But 650 police officers rapidly [...]Leer más0 Comentarios
versión en español abajo by Naomi Klein November 11, 2009 The other day I received a pre-publication copy of The Battle of the Story of the Battle of Seattle, by David Solnit and Rebecca Solnit. It’s set to come out ten years after a historic coalition of activists shut down the World Trade Organization summit in Seattle, the [...]Leer más1 Comentario