Monbiot on why the UN climate talks have wasted 23 years … Pablo Solon on the climate negotiating text … Bakken Oil and market anarchy … A new era of rapid temperature change
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Cuba: The ‘solarisation’ of Granma province … Global population control policies fuel India’s sterilization atrocities … Wealth: Having it all and wanting more … Pablo Solon on building a post-capitalist global movement.
Can Borneo’s tribes survive the biggest environmental crime? … Big Oil’s carbon counterattack … Lima’s roadmap for global burning … Post-quake Haiti: Left in the rubble … Conserving, restoring and enhancing Africa’s soils
“When we speak about climate justice we are not speaking about something that’s going to be decided in the UN, but something we have to fight for, now, in our daily struggles.”
We are in a fight for the survival of all humanity. To change the system we need to recover our ability to dream.
Strategy for the climate movement … Bolshevism’s forgotten legacies … Cleaning up carbon … Injecting waste … Cuba’s medical internationalism
Pablo Solon and Walden Bello: The biggest polluters don’t want a climate agreement. Their public disagreements mask a common desire to continue destructive policies at home and around the world.
Pablo Solon: Instead of applying market rules to Nature, we need to forge a new system We must change the capitalist system, not the Earth system.
Durban will be worse than Copenhagen and Cancun. Everyone knows that this is a catastrophe. But instead of becoming outraged, they attempt to sweeten the poison. (more…)
Video: Pablo Solon, former Bolivian ambassador to the UN , interviewed during the December 3 day of action in Durban, during the COP17 climate negotiations (more…)
“We believe it would be suicide to follow the path of privatization and commercialization of water and public services.” Speech by Ambassador Pablo Solon, Permanent Representative of the Plurinational State of Bolivia, at the United Nations discussion on the right to water and indigenous peoples, May 24, 2011. +++++ Thank you very much, Madam President. […]
The Washington Post and the Guardian reported on April 9 that the U.S. is withholding promised climate change adaptation funds from Bolivia and Ecuador, because those countries refused to endorse Obama’s fraudulent Copenhagen Accord. Here’s Bolivia’s response, as reported by the Associated Press on April 10: Bolivia protests US suspension of climate aid BONN, Germany […]