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Capitalism Trumps Climate

April 25, 2011

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by Lorna Salzman How many of you actually think that there are sincere and meaningful efforts being made to mitigate climate change? If your answer is yes, then what proof do you offer? What groups, individuals, policies or legislation do you think are making a difference or will in the near future? Why do you […]

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350.org on Facebook: Now You See It.Now You Don’t

April 21, 2011

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Naomi Klein decided to join the board of 350.org. They are delighted, as you would be if one of the world’s most influential anti-capitalism writers joined your campaign. Obviously this puts Naomi Klein’s writings in a whole new focus – she’s happy to be part of an organisation that received its seed money from a […]

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Tar Sands development edging closer in Trinidad and Tobago? | Rainforest Action Network

April 21, 2011

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Tar Sands development edging closer in Trinidad and Tobago? RBC appears at Trinidad government forum extolling their record in Canada’s tar sands by Macdonald Stainsby In December of 2010, Rainforest Action Network [RAN], issued a press release that was full of praise for the Royal Bank of Canada adopting a new framework around investments in […]

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Rockefellers’ 1Sky Unveils the New 350.org | More $ – More Delusion

April 18, 2011

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April 18th, 2011 By Cory Morningstar World’s Greatest Magic Trick “If liberty means anything at all, it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear.” – George Orwell On 6 April 2011 it was announced that the RINGO (Rockefeller initiated NGO) 1Sky and their sister organization 350.org have ‘officially merged’ […]

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350.org/1Sky:The Thinking Person’s Nightmare

April 11, 2011

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SNICKERSNEE 350.org/1Sky:The Thinking Person’s Nightmare April 11, 2011 by Lorna Salzman Two items appeared on my screen a few days ago. The first announced the merger of 350.org and 1 Sky, two mass movement organizations claiming to be dedicated to stopping climate change. The first was founded by writer Bill McKibben. The second was long […]

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