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21.06.2021

Antonio Carvallo’s Interview for Pressenza

Antonio Carvallo’s Interview for Pressenza

Antonio Carvallo’s interview done for the opening of Pressenza’s International  meeting in June 2021. The discussion was conducted by Nelsy Lizarazo and  translated simultaneously in 6 languages. Nelsy Lizarazo is a co-director at Pressenza and Colombian, living in Quito, Ecuador. Professional background in philosophy, literature, political sciences and international… »

18.06.2021

Biden in Europe: To Contain China, Restructuring the Global Disorder

Biden in Europe: To Contain China, Restructuring the Global Disorder

President Biden’s European sojourn has been a signal effort to restructure the global disorder to reinforce U.S. hegemony and to contain and manage China’s rise. Not limited to NATO’s new 2030 doctrine which reinforces U.S. Indo-Pacific military dominance with European forces, Biden and his associates are working to turn Europe’s… »

16.06.2021

To Save Planet, Solve Twin Crises of Climate Change and Species Loss Together, Say UN Scientists

To Save Planet, Solve Twin Crises of Climate Change and Species Loss Together, Say UN Scientists

Some climate solutions can actually harm biodiversity. But there are synergistic solutions that can tackle both issues. By Reynard Loki The natural world is undergoing two enormous crises that are currently threatening the natural world: climate change and biodiversity loss. These crises are intertwined. Climate change is cur­rently impacting… »

14.06.2021

On Climate and Covid-19 Emergencies, G7 Judged a ‘Colossal Failure’ for All the World to See

On Climate and Covid-19 Emergencies, G7 Judged a ‘Colossal Failure’ for All the World to See

“Never in the history of the G7 has there been a bigger gap between their actions and the needs of the world. In the face of these challenges the G7 have chosen to cook the books on vaccines and continue to cook the planet.” By Jon Queally Anti-poverty groups, climate… »

14.06.2021

Vague Alternatives and G7 Summitry: The Build Back Better World Initiative

Vague Alternatives and G7 Summitry: The Build Back Better World Initiative

Summits often feature grand statements and needless fripperies. In Cornwall, the leaders of the G7 countries were trying to position and promote their relevance as the vanguard of democratic good sense and values. They, the message went, remained relevant, valuable and essential to the order of the earth, despite challenges… »

13.06.2021

The rebellion of the Latin American peoples and the future

The rebellion of the Latin American peoples and the future

The historic victory of Pedro Castillo as president-elect of Peru strengthens in geopolitical terms the wing of progressive and left-wing governments and the actions of regional integration of a sovereign and supportive nature in the region. Beyond the virulent counter-attack that the national and international oligarchy will unleash to block… »

10.06.2021

The Epoch Times, Trump’s Favorite Cult Propaganda Machine Supporting the White House, and How U.S. Anti-COVID Efforts Have Been Derailed – Part 3/3

The Epoch Times, Trump’s Favorite Cult Propaganda Machine Supporting the White House, and How U.S. Anti-COVID Efforts Have Been Derailed – Part 3/3

Trump’s Own Favorite Joseph Goebbels Trump loves anyone who makes him look good. When The Epoch Times unites with the  U.S. right-wing forces to make him look like a superstar, he really loves them – that’s the reason the fringe cult publication became the favorite media of the Trump White… »

09.06.2021

Forests Are Crucial to Combating Climate Change—Will Biden Rise to the Challenge?

Forests Are Crucial to Combating Climate Change—Will Biden Rise to the Challenge?

Unsustainable logging by the forest products industry is driving massive carbon emissions. By Reynard Loki Covering a third of the planet’s land surface, forests are massive carbon sinks, absorbing and storing carbon dioxide and keeping it out of the atmosphere where it would contribute to global warming. Only the world’s… »

03.06.2021

Debate Over the Release of Patents on Anticovid Vaccines by Marianella Kloka

Debate Over the Release of Patents on Anticovid Vaccines by Marianella Kloka

The debate on the patent release of COVID19 vaccines is open and has intensified in the context of the WHO Assembly, which is taking place these days. Marianella Kloka, from Pressenza’s Greek desk, which has been following this issue closely, is here to talk to us about it. »

26.05.2021

‘Landslide Victory for Climate Justice’: Court Rules Shell Must Cut CO2 Emissions 45% by 2030

‘Landslide Victory for Climate Justice’: Court Rules Shell Must Cut CO2 Emissions 45% by 2030

“This is a turning point in history,” said an attorney who noted that the ruling “may also have major consequences for other big polluters.” By Jessica Corbett Climate campaigners worldwide are celebrating after a Dutch court on Wednesday ordered fossil fuel giant Royal Dutch Shell to cut its carbon emissions… »

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