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Our Inescapable Network of Mutuality...

Amidst the cacophony of all that I am reading, hearing, and taking in response to the verdict in the Ferguson Grand Jury deliberation,–which I am, like many of us, just barely beginning to sort through–I have little, if anything, different or new to say. 904 more words

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Anglican priest on the hypocrisy of rich countries' apathy about climate change effects on Pacific Islanders

Anglican priest shames climate change “hypocrites” after witnessing sinking Solomon Islands 105.7 ABC Darwin  By Emilia Terzon The Anglican Dean of Darwin, Keith Joseph, was living and working on the Solomon Islands when he realised the world was slowly drowning. 308 more words

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Does Australia have any ethical banks?

 Market Forces, an Australian ethical banking advocacy group, says the company  has invested in fossil fuels. Market Forces reckons between them, the big four, “ANZ, Commonwealth, NAB and Westpac have loaned almost $20 billion to fossil fuel projects in Australia.”…….The advocacy group, Market Forces, is suggesting that Australians concerned the ethics of their current bank, particularly those funding the fossil fuel industry, should consider moving their hard earned dollars to a institution more in line with their personal values. 470 more words


The immorality of Australia sending uranium to India

After Fukushima, is it moral for Australia to sell uranium to India?  by Alexander White Monday 29 September 2014 theguardian.com

With Australian uranium in the reactors at Fukushima during the meltdown, is it moral to sell the asbestos of the 21st Century to India? 654 more words