Monthly Archives: October 2019

Coca-Cola Named Most Polluting Brand in Plastic Waste Audit

Source: Coca-Cola Named Most Polluting Brand in Plastic Waste Audit

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Former Exxon Scientists Tell Congress of Oil Giant’s Climate Research Before Exxon Turned to Denial | InsideClimate News

Source: Former Exxon Scientists Tell Congress of Oil Giant’s Climate Research Before Exxon Turned to Denial | InsideClimate News

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The Plowshares activists are on trial for anti-nuclear protest. Theologians say the Gospel’s on their side. | America Magazine

Source: The Plowshares activists are on trial for anti-nuclear protest. Theologians say the Gospel’s on their side. | America Magazine

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Transitions: There Is Infinite Hope, But Not For Us with Barbara Cecil & Dahr Jamail

A conversation with Barbara Cecil and Dahr Jamail, co-authors of the ‘How Then Shall We Live?’ series published at Truthout. An excerpt: What I’ve learned is when you really listen, and I mea… Source: Transitions: There Is Infinite Hope, But … Continue reading

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It’s Easy to be Tricked by a Climate Denier – Willard MacDonald – Medium

Source: It’s Easy to be Tricked by a Climate Denier – Willard MacDonald – Medium

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5 Must-Watch Documentaries About Climate Change and Sustainability

Source: 5 Must-Watch Documentaries About Climate Change and Sustainability

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Côte d’Ivoire and Ghana put pression on chocolate makers to respect the over farmers’ pay plan” | Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

Source: Côte d’Ivoire and Ghana put pression on chocolate makers to respect the over farmers’ pay plan” | Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

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Commentary: What the shift to a low-carbon world means for Africa’s extractive dependent economies | Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

Source: Commentary: What the shift to a low-carbon world means for Africa’s extractive dependent economies | Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

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‘Failing’ food system leaves millions of children malnourished or overweight | Global development | The Guardian

Source: ‘Failing’ food system leaves millions of children malnourished or overweight | Global development | The Guardian

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India’s megacities, Mumbai and Delhi, sitting on a pile of waste

Source: India’s megacities, Mumbai and Delhi, sitting on a pile of waste

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