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Denis de Bernardy
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Denis de Bernardy 6h
"British agriculture is responsible for 10% of the country’s greenhouse gas emissions." We will never solve the climate emergency until we change how we compute emissions. Almost terminally degraded agricultural land is not comparable to a forest.
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Denis de Bernardy 6h
Wait 'till you see how the French right have gone full QAnon by the next election. There's this 2+ hour movie ("Hold Up") that has been doing rounds for a few weeks. Just about every media discussed it in an effort to debunk it. Guaranteed Streisand effect...
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CrimethInc. 8h
In France, people are demonstrating a bill prohibiting the "malicious" dissemination of footage of police on penalty of a year in prison and a 45,000 euro fine. Such controls on freedom of speech leave only one way to deal with police brutality—as demonstrated in Paris today.
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Denis de Bernardy 7h
His name is Christophe Dettinger.
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Denis de Bernardy 9h
Replying to @itsa_talia
It's a long story, but this video might help you understand.
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Dr. Elizabeth Sawin Nov 27
Replying to @bethsawin
An economy that cannot slow down without crashing needs a redesign.
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Dr. Elizabeth Sawin Nov 27
An economy that claims you you need it more than you need a biosphere is not trustworthy.
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Denis de Bernardy 10h
Replying to @_SemaHernandez_
Readers of this thread will probably enjoy this wonderful video:
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Ms. Sema 20h
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Parents For Future #WithdrawTheCAP #DanniBleibt 17h
"These 3 papers are not just a few puny nails in the coffin of green growth, they are stakes through its very heart." - & Haberl
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Denis de Bernardy 17h
Can we please stop wasting time on DC theatricals? We can't afford to wait for polluters to agree to have less profits. Fixing the climate emergency is going to need local initiatives. And these will require boots on the ground.
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GO GREEN Nov 27
Replying to @ClimateHuman
Not surprising when you consider how people normalize disappearing Arctic, super hurricanes, mega wildfires, droughts, collapse eco systems
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#bullshitjobs 22h
Your biosphere is collapsing. Your planet is burning. Billions are forced to destroy our only home via 3-4 billion or to die of poverty. The largest eco- and genocide in human history ...
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Denis de Bernardy 22h
Replying to @bullshitjobs
For completeness, the imminent famine was predicted way back in spring, and the policy responses have been terrible. Revisiting the World Bank's mission to replace subsistence farming with plantation crops in developing countries is long overdue.
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🎗Christine Assange Nov 27
These photos of my son Julian broke my heart... What 1O years of brutal & unlawful political persecution has done to a truthful & courageous multi-award journalist! Is this what freedom & democracy in the West looks like now? Who is next?
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Extinction Rebellion 24h
Replying to @ExtinctionR
Amazon's carbon footprint is larger than two-thirds of all countries in the world.
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#bullshitjobs Apr 15
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Denis de Bernardy Nov 27
Translation: it is going to hell. 1929 was building on something that looked like fundamentals since WW1. This has been building on a debt bubble since the 1970s. Our Debt:GDP ratio is higher than during peak debt deflation in the run up to WW2, and we're just getting warmed up.
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Jimmy Dore Nov 27
Stephen Colbert was once a feared & harsh critic of the Oligarchy.
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Denis de Bernardy Nov 27
Replying to @betsyzel
Humans used to have a matriarchal societal organization insofar as archeology can tell - try googling "matriarchal Europe figurines." And then extractive agricultural societies took over certain areas, including Europe itself. From that point on, shit hit the fan.
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