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Paris: World Agrees to Increase Emissions

The circus is over. The suits are leaving Paris. There have been millions of words written about the text. But one fact stands out. All the governments of the world have agreed to increase global greenhouse gas emissions every year between now and 2030. [1] Why? Because all the countries have agreed to accept the […]

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Le gouvernement français nous a dit un gros mensonge, et nous les avons crû

Jonathan Neale ecrit: A la suite des tueries de Paris, le gouvernement a instauré l’état d’urgence et interdit toute manifestation publique. Ils nous ont dit que la Coalition pour le Climat ne pourrait pas manifester. Cela paraissait censé pour la plupart d’entre nous. “N’est-ce pas terrible?”, pensions-nous. Mais la plupart des gens à Paris ont cru […]

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The French government told us a big lie, and we believed it

Jonathan Neale writes: After the killings in Paris, the government immediately banned all public demonstrations under a state of emergency. They told the climate coalition we could not march. That seemed to make a sort of sense to most people in the climate movement. Isn’t it terrible, we said. But most people in Paris thought they […]

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Corbyn and Klein on Climate Jobs

Jonathan Neale writes: Last night in Paris Jeremy Corbyn and Naomi Klein spoke to 800 people about trade unions and climate change. For me, the best moment was when Jeremy started his speech by saying ‘I want to hold this document up. It’s called One Million Climate Jobs’. The meeting was sponsored by Trade Unions for […]

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Naomi Klein and Jeremy Corbyn in Paris

REGISTRATION NOW CLOSED: THE EVENT IS FULL. Naomi Klein and Jeremy Corbyn will be speaking in Paris during the COP, on Monday 7 December, from 18.00 to 20.30, in a conversation about trade unions and climate change. The event is sponsored by Trade Unions for Energy Democracy , the Global Climate Jobs campaigns,and the Rosa […]

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