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PENGUIN INDIA ANNOUNCES THE ACQUISITION OF SUNITA NARAIN’S BOOK ON HER BATTLES FOR INDIA’S GREEN MOVEMENT

Penguin India today announced that it has acquired Sunita Narain’s Conflicts of Interest: My Journey through India’s Green Movement. The book is a personal account of India’s foremost environmentalist’s battles as part of the country’s Green Movement. 445 more words

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Despite Rouhani's moderateness Green Movement leader still under house arrest

President Rouhani can easily check a “v” by one of the promises that he made during his election campaign: signing the nuclear deal. But most of his other campaign promises remain unfulfilled to this date including the freeing of the leaders of the failed 2009 movement which called for more liberalization and who are still under house arrest, without trial, since 2011. 52 more words

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What will Donald Trump’s shock victory mean for Canada, apart from crashing the Immigration department’s website?

The simple answer is nobody knows — certainly nobody in the ballroom of Ottawa’s Chateau Laurier, where the U.S. 227 more words

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Rally (Response to 2016 US Election)

About a decade ago, near the end of the Bush administration, middle-school-aged me attended a green energy/environmentalist convention in Minnesota. I was filled with all the righteous outrage and hyperactive passion of an energized preteen who read a lot of fantasy books (saving the world, good vs evil, all of that), and I wanted to do just that: save the world. 670 more words

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US Behind on Green Movement?

I have a little rant today. It comes from my delving deeper into the world of eco-friendly products and the green life that I have chosen to live. 461 more words

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Inside the Carbon Tax Fight That's Dividing Environmentalists - REBECCA LEBER NOV. 1, 2016 12:19 PM

Leonardo DiCaprio is backing Washington’s climate change initiative. But much of the green movement will be voting “No.”

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It’s hard to think of a greater public policy failure in recent Canadian political history than the rise of energy poverty.

Ontario premiers Dalton McGuinty and Kathleen Wynne, via their 2009 Green Energy Act and other poor decisions, have pushed many of the people they govern into dire financial straits thanks to their activist agendas. 77 more words

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