POWERFUL VIDEO: VACCINES ARE HOLOCAUST FOR BLACK BABIES...

May 26, 2016 Posted by

[Translate]   by Gary Barnes   TRUTH KINGS Vaccine   A powerful speech in Compton details decades worth of experimentation being performed on the black community. Now vaccines are a part of a large global holocaust against the black and Muslim community. This is powerful...

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NEW VIRUS IS CALLED THE TPP OR TRANS PACIFIC PARTNERSHIP...

May 26, 2016 Posted by

[Translate] Friends   We have a serious crisis in our midst.     It is disguised under the auspices of free trade.   This new virus is called the TPP or Trans Pacific Partnership. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trans-Pacific_Partnership https://www.eff.org/issues/tpp The energy that makes the virus grow is called TPA or Trade Promotion Authority which is also known as  fast track.   TPP is illegal under the secrecy terms and conditions being presented in direct violation of US law.   See Gravel v United States.  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravel_v._United_States https://supreme.justia.com/cases/federal/us/408/606/case.html Any and all members of the US Senate, Congress or Executive branch engaged in secret trade agreements is in violation of the law and may be charged with both malfeasance and treason.  There is a dereliction of responsibility unintended or otherwise.   Most in America for reasons beyond belief have no...

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THERE ARE NO WORDS TO DESCRIBE HOW BAD IT IS: INDIA ENDURES SEVERE HEATWAVE – VIDEO...

May 23, 2016 Posted by

[Translate]   India  THE GUARDIAN AP via THE GUARDIAN Residents of India’s north-western cities struggle to cope as record temperatures hit the country. Temperatures climbed to 45C on Friday in the city of Ujjain while the city of Phalodi reported temperatures of 51C. Local governments have set up free water stations for residents and visitors but one man in Ujjain says the tanks are running out rapidly because of the high demand for water Indians demand government action after temperatures hit 51C...

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PATRIOTS AT THE GATE: THE AMERICANS PREPARING FOR BATTLE AGAINST THEIR OWN GOVERNMENT...

May 22, 2016 Posted by

[Translate] WASHINGTON POST B.J. Soper works on welding a target that he and fellow members of the Central Oregon Constitutional Guard were going to use for firearms training on March 4 in Redmond, Ore. (Matt McClain/The Washington Post) By Kevin Sullivan May 21 at 6:54 PM REDMOND, Ore. —BJ Soper took aim with his AR-15 semiautomatic rifle and fired a dozen shots at a human silhouette target. Soper’s wife and their 16-year-old daughter practiced drawing pistols. Then Soper helped his 4-year-old daughter, in pink sneakers and a ponytail, work on her marksmanship with a .22-caliber rifle. Deep in the heart of a vast U.S. military training ground, surrounded by spent shotgun shells and juniper trees blasted to shreds, the Central Oregon Constitutional Guard was conducting its weekly firearms training. “The intent is to be...

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IN-EAR LANGUAGE TRANSLATORS MAY SOON BE HERE, THANKS TO WAVERLY LABS...

May 17, 2016 Posted by

[Translate] Moonshots Waverly labs  VIA FUTURISM In Brief New York City-based company Waverly Labs says they will soon release the Pilot, a pair of in-ear translators designed to let people who speak different languages understand each other in real-time. “It’s real,” says Andrew Ochoa, CEO and founder of the New York City-based company Waverly Labs, which claims to be the first to pioneer an in-ear language translator that is capable of of rendering human speech in real-time. They’re calling it the Pilot, and the “smart earpiece” could soon be in users’ hands. The technology makes use of an embedded app that does the translating, which is delivered to the earpiece that is shared by two people. The Pilot is also supposed to comes with an additional earpiece for wireless streaming music and an app that allows people toggles between languages. In...

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BURNING ISSUES: WHY THE PENTAGON NEEDS AN AUDIT...

May 17, 2016 Posted by

[Translate]    AMERICANS FOR A SAFE FUTURE Burning Issues Video An audit of the Defense Department’s finances must be the next president’s top priority to root out waste and “legalized corruption” in Pentagon procurement, says Danielle Brian, executive director of the Project on Government Oversight, in this Burning Issues video. All federal agencies have been required since 1997 to go through an audit of their finances, and almost all of the largest federal agencies have gotten “clean” audits from the Government Accountability Office. The Pentagon is the biggest exception; it “just can’t do it and continues to be unable to do it,” Brian says. Defense Department officials have offered up the complexity and size of the Pentagon as excuses, but she says those responses don’t pass muster. The only candidate who has spoken of...

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Leonardo DiCaprio Stands With Great Sioux Nation to Stop Dakota Access Pipeline (Video)...

May 11, 2016 Posted by

[Translate]   Environment The campaign to oppose the construction of the Dakota Access pipeline (DAPL) gains steam with DiCaprio and actors from the upcoming “Justice League” film joining the cause. By Lorraine Chow / EcoWatch  VIA ALTERNET BERLIN – FEBRUARY 13: Actor Leonardo DiCaprio attends ‘Shutter Island’ Premiere during day three of the 60th Berlin Film Festival at the Berlinale Palast on February 13, 2010 in Berlin, Germany Photo Credit: Denis Makarenko / Shutterstock.com The campaign to oppose the construction of the Dakota Access pipeline (DAPL) continues to gain steam with Leonardo DiCaprio and actors from the upcoming Justice League film joining the cause. Dakota Access—a subsidiary of Texas-based Energy Transfer Partners LP—has proposed a $3.7 billion, 1,168-mile pipeline that will transfer up to 570,00 barrels of crude oil per day from the North Dakota Bakken region through South Dakota and Iowa into Illinois....

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N.Y. LAW PROFESSOR ADDRESS U.N. ON GOVERNMENT VACCINE POLICIES VIOLATING NUREMBERG CODE...

May 10, 2016 Posted by

[Translate]   Law Professor Mary Holland addressing the U.N. regarding civil rights related to government vaccine policies. Comments by Brian Shilhavy Health Impact News Editor New York University research scholar and law professor Mary Holland recently addressed the United Nations at the 25th International Health and Environment Conference. Professor Holland has been one of the lone voices in the U.S. addressing the legal ramifications of removing parental rights to informed consent for childhood vaccines.  She has previously written for Health Impact News on this issue. See: Killing the Messenger: U.S. Vaccine Law and Policy Professor Holland sees major civil rights issues involved in government vaccine policies that remove  informed consent rights to refuse mandatory vaccinations. She reminds the United Nations that history has shown us the results of such overt government intrusion into personal medical...

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THE UNBEARABLE LIGHTNESS OF TINY LIVING...

May 2, 2016 Posted by

[Translate] David Friedlander  LIFE EDITED Each week we are profiling real people who are editing their lives for more freedom and happiness. This week we hear from Jan, who lives in 98 sq ft tiny house. He shares his experience about the freedom of tiny, lightweight living as well as the difficulties of meshing different attitudes about stuff and space in relationships. Tell us about yourself My name is Jan. I am 45 and work as a photographer and videographer. I am separated with a 3-year-old boy. My parents, both children in Germany during the WWII, instilled a non-consumptive, credit free life-style. They modeled buying quality over quantity and only paying cash for what you can afford. Later, I backpacked for several years, and all through my twenties and early thirties never paid more...

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BURNING ISSUES: HIDDEN WEALTH AND THE RIGGED FINANCIAL SYSTEM...

May 2, 2016 Posted by

[Translate] Burning Issues Video VIA AMERICANS FOR A SAFE FUTURE The Panama Papers, which opened a window into the world of secret bank accounts and money flows, help reveal the extent to which the global financial system is rigged to favor the wealthy and powerful, says Eryn Schornick, policy adviser at Global Witness, in this Burning Issues segment. While much of the attention has been focused on overseas tax havens, Schornick notes that “the U.S. is one of the easiest places in the world for a corrupt politician or a criminal to create a company and hide the fact that they own it.” These corporations can then outbid legitimate, transparently created companies for government contracts, take advantage of investors and customers and, of course, deprive governments of needed tax revenues. Legislation pending in Congress...

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YOUR STUFF OR YOUR LIFE

Apr 29, 2016 Posted by

[Translate] David Friedlander   LIFE EDITED There are millions of reasons to stop over-consuming. It’s simpler, it’s greener, there’s less to dust. But as former Uruguayan president José Mujica–aka “the world’s poorest president”–reminds us, stuff costs money. For those of us not independently wealthy, our money has a pretty direct correlation with our labors. And unless your name is Tim Ferriss, our labors have a direct correlation with time. So each time we spend money, we are spending time. And once our time is spent, it’s gone. No refunds, no exchanges. This doesn’t mean we shouldn’t buy stuff. We might decide that the things that are used, loved and add value to our lives are worth our time. This doesn’t mean that time spent working is bad either. If you love your work, knock yourself out....

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VIDEO: AL GORE & NEIL DE GRASSE TYSON TALK “SPIDER GOATS” — AND THE FATE OF OUR CLIMATE...

Apr 29, 2016 Posted by

[Translate] CLIMATE REALITY PROJECT When former Vice President Al Gore and astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson sit down to talk about the future of climate solutions, the conversation gets real, fast. When many people think about the top science communicators, two of the first names that come to mind are former Vice President Al Gore and astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson. Watch this never-before-seen interview as the two discuss “spider goats,” old cell phone technology, plummeting renewable energy prices, how technology will continue to change the world, and why good science teachers are key to our climate future. MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD THIS EARTH DAY Add your name and demand that world leaders join the Paris Agreement signing ceremony in New York on Earth Day. First Name * Last Name * Email * Country * Yes, I...

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Celebrate Earth Day With Photo Ark’s Amazing Documentation of Species—Before They Go Extinct (Video)...

Apr 28, 2016 Posted by

[Translate] Environment National Geographic project aims to create portraits of over 10,000 species. By Alexandra Rosenmann / AlterNet Photo Credit: Joel Sartore/National Geographic Photo Ark Due to the rapid disappearance of many of Earth’s creatures, the National Geographic Photo Ark seeks to document every animal in captivity. The Ark also focuses on funding on-the-ground conservation projects for prioritized species. “We’re supposed to lose half of all species by the turn of the next century and lot of times these pictures I do are the only national coverage these animals will ever get before they go extinct,” said Joel Sartore, a National Geographic photographer and founder of the National Geographic Photo Ark. Sartore explained, “The goal of the project is to get the public to turn their eyes away from everyday distractions and to think about the...

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Watch: Amy Goodman Reveals How the Media Ruins Elections...

Apr 28, 2016 Posted by

[Translate] Election 2016 “We need a media that covers power, not covers for power.” By Alexandra Rosenmann / AlterNet Photo Credit: Democracy Now! Can you really tell the difference between mainstream media channels when they all basically cover Trump nonstop? Amy Goodman, host of Democracy Now!, was featured in a video for AJ+, a social media and mobile channel run by Al Jazeera. In it, she said, “I see the media as a huge kitchen table that stretches across the globe that we all sit around and debate the most important issues of the day. War and peace. Life and death.” Goodman believes that “Anything less than that is a disservice to a democratic society.” How much does this disservice affect our decision-making, particularly when it comes to voting? “It is critical in an election year to...

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DAYS OF REVOLT: CHRIS HEDGES, TIM DE CHRISTOPHER DISCUSS FAR-REACHING EFFECTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE...

Apr 26, 2016 Posted by

[Translate]   Tim DeChristopher on ‘Days of Revolt’ In this week’s episode of “Days of Revolt,” Truthdig columnist Chris Hedges sits down with Tim DeChristopher, founder of the Climate Disobedience Center. The two analyze how the industrialized world fails to significantly confront climate change, beginning with the “exercise in make-believe” that was the 2015 Paris climate conference. DeChristopher explains that the drastic effects of global warming aren’t just occurring in a vacuum. For example, water shortages in parts of the southern United States play out in areas with pre-existing social tensions, such as racism and xenophobia, creating the potential to trigger violent human responses. Another example is Syria, where, as DeChristopher points out, the CIA actually admitted that climate change accelerated the beginning of civil war. Still, DeChristopher says, “I don’t think it’s inevitable...

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Fracking a Possible Cause of Disturbing Birth Defects and Deaths Found in Horses...

Apr 25, 2016 Posted by

[Translate] Environment Research has linked the presence of the byproducts of hydraulic fracturing to numerous animal deaths and stillbirths. By Lorraine Berry / Raw Story Photo Credit: Screenshot/Ithaca Journal In New York’s Southern Tier, local newspapers are investigating the connection between a local racetrack owner’s sick foals and the fracking fluids present on his farmland. The Ithaca Journal featured a report by Tom Wilber in which he investigated the ongoing issue with foals being born without the ability to swallow — seventeen of them so far — on the breeding farm of Jeff Gural, owner of the Tioga Downs, Meadowlands Racetrack, and Vernon Downs. The foals have survived, although all of them have had to be transported to Cornell’s School of Veterinary Medicine, located fifty miles north in Ithaca, New York. An earlier study by Cornell professor Robert Oswald...

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THE BIGGEST ONGOING DISASTER IN THE UNITED STATE YOU HAVEN’T HEARD OF...

Apr 23, 2016 Posted by

[Translate] Scout Finch  DAILY KOS Blog Stream Groups  By Jen Hayden Incredible video of a sinkhole, located south of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, swallowing whole trees: Tim Murphy at Mother Jones described the sinkhole at Bayou Corne as “the biggest ongoing disaster in the United States you haven’t heard of.” One night in August 2012, after months of unexplained seismic activity and mysterious bubbling on the bayou, a sinkhole opened up on a plot of land leased by the petrochemical company Texas Brine, forcing an immediate evacuation of Bayou Corne’s 350 residents—an exodus that still has no end in sight. Last week, Louisiana filed a lawsuit against the company and the principal landowner, Occidental Chemical Corporation, for damages stemming from the cavern collapse.Texas Brine’s operation sits atop a three-mile-wide, mile-plus-deep salt deposit known as the...

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BURNING ISSUES: THE U.S. EXPORTING CLIMATE CHANGE...

Apr 19, 2016 Posted by

[Translate] Isaiah J. Poole  AMERICANS FOR A SAFE FUTURE Given the threat of global climate change, the United States should not have a two-faced energy policy – encouraging green energy at home and encouraging fossil fuel exports abroad. Kyle Ash, senior legislative representative at Greenpeace, says in this Burning Issues video that there are real dangers that the U.S., through such mechanisms as the Export-Import Bank, will facilitate the extraction of new fossil fuel sources around the world, despite its participation in the Paris climate accords. As a senator, Bernie Sanders sponsored legislation that would end all U.S. subsidies to fossil fuel companies, including export assistance. As a presidential candidate, Sanders is the only one to have signed a Greenpeace pledge to not accept campaign contributions from fossil fuel...

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GETTING ARRESTED TO DEMAND DEMOCRACY...

Apr 19, 2016 Posted by

[Translate] Roger Hickey  PROGRESSIVE BREAKFAST On Monday I joined hundreds of others to get arrested at the U.S. Capitol building. It’s been a while since I last engaged in civil disobedience. But I am just one of millions of people in America who want to stop the growing attacks on our democracy. Organizations representing those millions have come together last week for a Democracy Spring and Democracy Awakening. Before Monday, 900 people have been arrested in carefully planned acts of civil disobedience, and after Monday, that number will be much, much larger. News flash: Capitol Police just confirmed that Monday’s arrests totaled over 300. On Capitol Hill, I joined Rev. William Barber, Cornell Brooks of the NAACP and the leaders of unions, civil liberties groups, democracy defenders and allied progressive organizers, and rank-and-file folks...

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250 FAITH LEADERS DEMAND NATIONS RATIFY PARIS CLIMATE DEAL...

Apr 18, 2016 Posted by

[Translate] by Jeremy Deaton – Guest Contributor & Jack Jenkins CLIMATE PROGRESS CREDIT: Climate Nexus   Former U.N. climate chief Christiana Figueres has credited faith groups for helping to advance the Paris Climate Agreement by supporting “holistic, equitable, but above all, ambitious climate action.” Now, faith leaders are going one step further, calling for immediate ratification of the landmark international accord to curb global climate change. In December, 196 nations adopted the Paris Agreement, which aims to limit warming to well below 2º C (3.6º F) above pre-industrial levels. While nations have agreed to the language of the accord, 55 parties to the U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change representing at least 55 percent of total greenhouse gas emissions must still ratify the agreement for it to enter into force. Monday’s Interfaith Statement on...

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WILDFIRES, FLOODING AND EXTREME FARMING: CHECK OUT THESE ILLUMINATING NASA IMAGES OF EARTH...

Apr 6, 2016 Posted by

[Translate] NASA just released 2.95 million satellite images to the public VIDEO Peter Cooper  SALON.COM   Share Video Embed code Select Video link Select The Advanced Spaceborne Thermal Emission and Reflection Radiometer (ASTER) was launched in 1999 and has photographer 99% of the Earth’s surface! The initial projection was a five year run but it has far surpassed that time frame and will continue to monitor Earth.  2.95 million images were made public on April 1st. Watch the above video to get a small taste of the...

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INVESTIGATORS SEARCH HOME OF ANTI-ABORTION ACTIVIST WHO MADE SECRET PLANNED PARENTHOOD VIDEOS...

Apr 6, 2016 Posted by

[Translate] By Kerry Eleveld  DAILY KOS   David Daleiden faces felony charges California officials on Tuesday searched the home of David Daleiden—the anti-abortion activist who surreptitiously filmed videos of his meetings with Planned Parenthood officials and falsely claimed the organization was selling “baby parts.” Daleiden is now finding out what it means to face felony charges of tampering with government records, among other allegations. Politico reports: California Attorney General Kamala Harris said last summer that she would investigate whether Daleiden broke laws in the course of his sting operation, which spurred a huge political battle over Planned Parenthood’s federal funding. Daleiden filmed part of his project in Planned Parenthood clinics in California. Investigators took Daleiden’s personal laptop and multiple hard drives from his Orange County, Calif., home, according to a source close to Daleiden....

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Why Is Fox News Suddenly Kissing Bernie’s Behind? 10 Surprising Media Moments...

Apr 5, 2016 Posted by

[Translate] Election 2016 One of the more bizarre political lovefests. By Alexandra Rosenmann / AlterNet April 4, 2016 Bernie Sanders Photo Credit: Erica J Mitchell/Shutterstock.com Mainstream media unfair to Bernie Sanders? Not quite. Bernie supporters may have protested CNN yesterday for biased coverage, but what they may not know is that another familiar network has recently emerged as increasingly “fair and balanced” toward his campaign, as hard as that might be to believe. Maybe not that hard, as praising Bernie does have the effect of undermining Hillary Clinton’s campaign somewhat. Since Clinton’s campaign manager sent a message about the Sanders campaign needing to “watch their tone,” Fox News seems to have jumped to the Bernie bandwagon, even sacrificing airtime from the Trump Train. Comparing Bernie to Obama five times in one week? Bernie could...

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STUDY CONFIRMS WORLD’S COASTAL CITIES UNSAVABLE IF WE DON’T SLASH CARBON POLLUTION...

Apr 4, 2016 Posted by

[Translate] by Joe Romm CLIMATE PROGRESS CREDIT: South Florida and “Miami Island” in 2100 after 5 feet of sea level rise (via Climate Central).   A new study confirms what leading climate scientists have warned about for many years now: Only very aggressive climate action can save the world’s coastal cities from inundation by century’s end. We still could limit sea level rise to two feet this century if we keep total warming below 2°C, according to analysis using these new findings. Otherwise, we should be anticipating five to six feet of sea level rise by 2100 — which would generate hundreds of millions of refugees. That isn’t even the worst-case scenario. This latest research from the journal Nature underscores that what the nation and the world do in the next decade or two...

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SWEDEN’S NATURE PILL FOR CITY DWELLERS...

Mar 30, 2016 Posted by

[Translate] David Friedlander  LIFE EDITED Architecture Last summer we looked at kolonistuga, the garden and vacation colonies that dot Sweden and are occupied with tiny cottages. Like most great ideas in compact living, you know that Kirsten Dirksen‘s camera is not too far behind to take a more intimate look. The particular kolonistuga in this Faircompanies video is located between a bunch of freeways in Gothenburg, Sweden’s second largest city. Rather than being littered with vacation homes, most of the tiny structures are more like garden sheds (though one of the interviewees confesses her family has crashed out there on numerous occasions). The colony is intended as a supplement to urban living, which sometimes has an alienating effect on one’s connection to nature. This colony also has an intent close to its roots (pun intended) of growing food. The kolonistuga...

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VAXXED film pulled from Robert De Niro’s Tribeca Film Festival following totalitarian censorship demands from pharma-linked vaccine pushers and media science trolls...

Mar 29, 2016 Posted by

[Translate] by Mike Adams, the Health Range   (NaturalNews) A much-awaited and explosive documentary film called VAXXED – From Cover-Up to Catastrophe was suddenly pulled from Robert De Niro’s Tribeca Film Festival following an intense censorship effort waged by the vaccine-pushing mainstream media and pharma-funded media science trolls. Watch the explosive VAXXED trailer at this YouTube link, and you can find the VAXXED Facebook page at this link. The Tribeca Film Festival was co-founded by Robert De Niro, who has a child with autism and who originally supported the free speech efforts of filmmakers to create “an opportunity for conversation around the issue.” But the vaccine totalitarians and media science trolls who demand absolute obedience to the fraudulent narrative that vaccines are “safe and effective” have zero tolerance for any intelligent conversations about vaccines....

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‘HUMANITY’S FINAL EXAM’ – DISTINGUISHING BETWEEN MOMENTARY AND MILLENIAL RISKS...

Mar 28, 2016 Posted by

[Translate] Climate Change By Andrew C. Revkin Raymond Pierrehumbert, a longtime climate scientist now at Oxford, stopped by The New York Times earlier this month for a long fruitful chat on climate change science and solutions and the hurdles — mostly internal and social (including political) — that impede progress. He concluded by saying this juncture in our history — decisions (or indecision) in our lifetimes — constitutes “humanity’s final exam”: The biggest challenge is grappling with divergent scales. Compare the year-to-year scale at which humans make policy decisions, reflected in our political frameworks, to the multi-millennial consequences of today’s energy choices, as delineated in “Consequences of twenty-first-century policy for multi-millennial climate and sea-level change,” the important recent commentary in Nature Climate Change by a host of top climate scientists, including Pierrehumbert. (I explore this...

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What You Need to Know About the Irreparable Harm of Climate Change (VIDEO)...

Mar 28, 2016 Posted by

[Translate] A new video explains why we may be approaching the point of no return. By Dr. James Hansen / Huffington Post polar bears on Arctic ice Photo Credit: U.S. Geological Survey We made a video discussing some of the main points in our “Ice Melt” paper, which is about to be published in Atmos. Phys. Chem. The main point that I want to make concerns the threat of irreparable harm, which I feel we have not communicated well enough to people who most need to know, the public and policymakers. I’m not sure how we can do that better, but I comment on it at the end of this transcript. From the video: Hi, I’m Jim Hansen, Director of the Climate Science, Awareness and Solutions program at Columbia University Earth Institute. I want to...

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BURNING ISSUES: WHY HONDURAS MATTERS IN THE 2016 CAMPAIGN...

Mar 25, 2016 Posted by

[Translate]   Burning Issues Video  CAMPAIGN FOR AMERICA’S FUTURE Berta Cáceres was an indigenous and environmental activist in Honduras who was the 2015 Goldman Environmental Prize winner for her success in blocking the Agua Zarca dam project, which would have decimated the communities and livelihoods of indigenous people in the country. Earlier in March, she was assassinated, one of at least three activists who have been murdered in connection with their efforts to protest the construction of this dam. Mark Weisbrot of the Center for Economic and Policy Research has been following the fate of social and economic justice activists in the country since a 2009 coup deposed the democratically elected government of President Manuel Zelaya. And as it turns out, Weisbrot explains in this “Burning Issues” video segment, one of the 2016 presidential...

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Watch: Bernie Sanders Blasts the Corporate Media for Failing to Talk About Real Issues...

Mar 24, 2016 Posted by

[Translate] Election 2016 Sanders talks with Cenk Uygur of The Young Turks on the role media plays in preventing change. By Alexandra Rosenmann / AlterNet Bernie Sanders is in Los Angeles this week, and what better place to discuss the corporate media and its failings than the entertainment capital of the world. Last night, Sanders took a break from campaigning to join Cenk Uygur, host of The Young Turks for a conversation about how major networks fail to inform the public. “What you have is a corporate media which has conflicts of interest,” Sanders told Uygur. “Comcast owns NBC and by definition has conflicts of interest. Comcast owns NBC [and] co-owns Disney. They’re paying their workers in Disney World $8 or $9 an hour, bringing in people from around the world to replace American...

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