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by Tracy Keeling
Originally published by The Revelator, Oct. 3, 2022
October 6, 2022
Human activities have put the ocean in serious trouble. A bold, Rights of Nature-based proposal aims to turn the tide.
Lisbon sits at the mouth of the Tagus River where it flows into the Atlantic. This confluence of waters welcomed thousands of people in June, who gathered in the Portuguese capital’s Altice Arena for the second United Nations Ocean Conference.
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theAnalysis-news on Jul 8, 2022
John Bellamy Foster explains the ‘solution’ master-minded by global finance to resolve the imminent environmental crisis: create a multi-quadrillion dollar’s worth of assets on the back of everything nature does and expropriate it from the global commons to make a profit. Worse still: it is already happening.
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by Aragorn Eloff
October 5, 2021
A radical collective committed to change in the face of climate collapse calls for global solidarity and a turn to the worker to revolutionise how we relate to the world.
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TheRealNews on Sep 4, 2016
Ian Angus, author of the new book Facing the Anthropocene, explains the significance of a new epoch marked by an unprecedented level of human impact on the Earth.