Ecology and Environment

07.04.2021

Reflections on the climate crisis: ways out from the perspective of social ecology at the 8th International Symposium of the World Centre for Humanist Studies

Reflections on the climate crisis: ways out from the perspective of social ecology at the 8th International Symposium of the World Centre for Humanist Studies

Within the framework of the 8th International Symposium of the World Centre for Humanist Studies “A new humanism for a new world: plural exchanges from a world in crisis”, a series of activities have been organised to reflect on the seriousness of the climate crisis that we have been facing… »

29.03.2021

Women who Build the Future: Makoma Lekalakala

Women who Build the Future: Makoma Lekalakala

Started on March 8, International Women’s Day, Pressenza is publishing a series of video interviews entitled “Women who build the future, Towards a nonviolent culture ”. In this interview Veronica Tarozzi speaks with Makoma Lekalakala, Director of Earthlife Africa, a civil society environmental justice and anti-nuclear organisation. She… »

29.03.2021

Bill Gates’ Global Agenda and How We Can Resist His War on Life

Bill Gates’ Global Agenda and How We Can Resist His War on Life

In March 2015, Bill Gates showed an image of the coronavirus during a TED Talk and told the audience that it was what the greatest catastrophe of our time would look like. The real threat to life, he said, is ‘not missiles, but microbes.’… »

25.03.2021

Philippine NGO discovers more spray paints with dangerously high lead content

Philippine NGO discovers more spray paints with dangerously high lead content

Last March 22, 2021, a toxics watchdog group from the Philippines announced that it has found more spray paints in the market that are contaminated with dangerously high concentrations of lead, a forbidden chemical in the manufacture of paints. In a statement, the EcoWaste Coalition revealed that 13 spray paints… »

24.03.2021

Who are we? Where are we going? How will we get there?

Who are we? Where are we going? How will we get there?

It may help to precede my answers with a methodological remark, starting from Heidegger`s Jedes Fragen ist ein Suchen (Every question is a seeking). (Sein und Zeit (Being and Time), on or near p. 5 in every German or English edition I know):    I seek to articulate a vision, a… »

23.03.2021

Nuclear fuel buried 108 feet from the sea

Nuclear fuel buried 108 feet from the sea

“The most toxic substance on Earth is separated from exposure to society by ½” of steel encased in a canister.” (Blanch) That eye-opener comes from renowned nuclear expert Paul Blanch in reference to spent fuel rods removed from the San Onofre Nuclear Generation Plant buried near the sea on California’s… »

22.03.2021

Scientists Say Humanity Now at ‘Dawn of What Must Be a Transformative Decade’

Scientists Say Humanity Now at ‘Dawn of What Must Be a Transformative Decade’

“Whether humanity has the collective wisdom to navigate the Anthropocene to sustain a livable biosphere for people and civilizations, as well as for the rest of life with which we share the planet, is the most formidable challenge facing humanity.” By Jon Queally, A new analysis examining humanity’s central role… »

20.03.2021

A Moral Failure: Billions of People with No Access to Clean Drinking Water

A Moral Failure: Billions of People with No Access to Clean Drinking Water

By Volkan Bozkir * The UN will be commemorating World Water Day on Monday March 22. Water is integral to sustainable development, but we are well behind on the goals and targets that we have set ourselves. By current estimates:… »

20.03.2021

A Three-Day Event in Italy to Set the Stage for UN Food Systems Summit

A Three-Day Event in Italy to Set the Stage for UN Food Systems Summit

By Jaya Ramachandran Under the leadership of UN Secretary-General António Guterres and Italy’s Prime Minister Mario Draghi, the Pre-Summit of the 2021 UN Food Systems Summit from July 19 to July 21 will bring together worldwide efforts and contributions aiming at transforming global food systems. Youth, smallholder farmers, indigenous… »

19.03.2021

Only the lonely

Only the lonely

By Ross Crates, Dejan Stojanovic, Naomi Langmore and Rob Heinsohn Just as humans learn languages, animals learn behaviours crucial for survival and reproduction from older, experienced individuals of the same species. In this way, important “cultures” such as bird… »

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