End Ecocide is organising a film screening of This Changes Everything on September 14th, followed by a short talk and Q&A on Ecocide, to which you are kindly invited. 222 more words
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We have recently finished a novel that in time will be considered a rare American masterpiece: Barkskins. In graceful prose that expresses what must be expressed and nothing more, Annie Proulx — whose work we have long admired here at DP — chronicles the violent eradication of the boreal/acadian forest in North America, together with the eradication of the people who lived in harmony within those ancient woods. 155 more words
Global Research, August 16, 2016
In this civilization, true democracy is impossible.
I only have a few minutes to convince you of the usefulness of a new term; a term that will help us understand the dangerous times we are living in as well as the related struggles on a deeper level, that is, from the roots. 1,815 more words
We are on the brink of economic, social, & environmental collapse - & Donald Trump is happy to exploit it
This is not an article. This is a desperate plea to evolve.
The Global Afrikan Peoples Parliament would like to echo the Call to Action to join this show of strength and to bring a message to the white power structures who are historically and currently responsible for inflicting the Maangamizi. 167 more words
Anote Tong, former President of the Republic of Kiribati
Climate change poses the most significant moral challenge to the global community and an existential threat to the future of many communities worldwide. 425 more words