Will We Solve the Climate Crisis? If so, How?  

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11/05/2019 12:15 pm  

The teenagers of today are (in my opinion) going to be the ones who change our future for the better. I'm happy to read this one about a group who is working on protecting our oceans!

https://www.goodnewsnetwork.org/15-teens-awarded-for-each-launching-projects-to-protect-oceans-from-plastic/


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11/15/2019 8:11 pm  

The Venice council chambers flooded, just two minutes after scrapping climate crisis plan.  Instant karma!

Also, the date of the US leaving the Paris Climate agreement is the day after the 2020 presidential election. The climate is truly on the ballot.


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12/07/2019 2:29 am  

 

This is an interesting article in the Huffington Post, about holding the death merchants of our entire ecosystem responsible for their actions. Odd, how there seems to be laws against every other thing under the sun...

"...fighting for “ecocide” to be recognized as an international crime against peace. Defined as the mass damage or destruction of natural living systems, the crime would impose a duty of care on individuals not to destroy the environment and would hold government ministers and corporate CEOs criminally responsible for the environmental damage they caused.

The aim: to close a gap in the law, which allows the perpetrators of large-scale environmental crimes to avoid accountability. The method: to add ecocide to the list of crimes prosecuted by the International Criminal Court (the ICC) in The Hague. "

https://www.huffpost.com/entry/ecocide-crime-environmental-destruction-amazon-deforestation_n_5de637dee4b0913e6f84f5b4


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