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I spoke to a young British man the other day who was born and raised in Wales and who's children are born and raised in Cardiff ' who said to me I'm having sleepless nights lately as I'm worried…Continue
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As promised ..... new booklet ....
You're not wrong, Rachel!
Try this http://realdemocracymovement.org/trump-from-democracy-to-tyranny/
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Shutting Down the Rainbow Nation: #FeesMustFall
Students shook the South African nation to its very core this week as protests swept across campuses with the so-called born frees at the helm.
sorry I pressed send by mistake.... community windmill will not get anything like the financial return for it's output making it, and probably any future community renewable energy scheme in UK, non viable. Climate change means us changing, either reactively in a response to it's consequences or proactively in holding back the negative effects. This Government withdrawing from a commitment to renewables is criminally short-sighted, putting them firmly in the “bystanders” camp. So it is very disheartening when politicians throw up their hands and withdraw from positive change. Let us hope that our politicians’ double talking, hypocritical, spin at the summit is seen for what it is and the grown up world (Bigger Democracy) decides on great positive ways forward.
Gavin has pointed to this article about toxic foam and it looks so horrendous but it occured to me that this is a rare occasion when we actually see pollution as most of the time it does not manifest in such a spectacular way. That is until we maybe see a river full of dead fish for instance. it just shows how complex and interrelated the issues are. This Westminster government has just cut the Feed In Tarrif (FIT) on solar pannels and windmills so our proposed local
Sweden introduces six-hour working day in a bid to increase productivity and make people happier.
Do we need to work 8hrs a day? Where did this idea come from?
I was looking at this article this morning, which is pretty shocking and then started to think about the Climate Summit in December and also how I often get caught up in the isms and schisms of politics when it seems there a bigger issues at play.
I wonder is anyone feels optimistic about the Summit?
Rabab Ghazoul and g39 are organising a study group as part of this MOOC, a free, 6-week online course, organised by Creative Time. The course looks at fundamental themes within socially engaged public art practice, through a series of video lectures and presentations by internationally acclaimed artists, curators, critics, and activists. As it’s online, it’s open to anyone in the world.
Jeremy Corbyn 1st PM Question Time
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