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- Some Cultural Dimensions of Sustainable Water Management On a Finite Planet January 25, 2022
- David Attenborough on His Decades-Long Career | Natural History Masterclass January 25, 2022
- Chris Hedges: Mass politics must be rooted in class struggle January 25, 2022
- Post COP26: successes, lessons learnt & what… | Oxford Martin School January 25, 2022
- The East India Company, 1600–1858: A Short History with Documents (Passages: Key Moments in History): Ian Barrow January 25, 2022
- Captives as Commodities: The Transatlantic Slave Trade: Lisa Lindsay January 25, 2022
- Merchants: The Community That Shaped England’s Trade and Empire, 1550-1650: Edmond Smith January 25, 2022
- The Anarchy: The East India Company, Corporate Violence, and the Pillage of an Empire: William Dalrymple January 25, 2022
- Local Heroes on Global Issues: Fighting for Climate Information and Common Sense January 25, 2022
- The Future of Water with Peter Gleick January 25, 2022
- Themes – World Water Atlas January 25, 2022
- Water’s Promise January 25, 2022
- Histoire des Baoulés January 25, 2022
- India’s Water Revolution #1: Solving the Crisis in 45 days with the Paani Foundation January 25, 2022
- India’s Water Revolution #5: Permaculture Rescue for Dying Farmland January 25, 2022
- India’s Water Revolution #4: Permaculture for Wastelands at Aranya Farm January 25, 2022
- Farming the Desert – How To Turn The Desert Green January 25, 2022
- Growing trees and food in the desert while preserving water January 25, 2022
- Regreening the desert with John D. Liu | VPRO Documentary | 2012 January 25, 2022
- China’s Incredible 2000 Year Old Irrigation System // This is China January 25, 2022
- Water Crisis — China’s Reckoning (Part 3) January 25, 2022
- Vertebrates on the brink as indicators of biological annihilation and the sixth mass extinction | PNAS January 24, 2022
- Into the Red: How the Globe will cover climate change – The Boston Globe January 24, 2022
- Rezo Ivoire | La référence culturelle de la Côte d’Ivoire January 24, 2022
- Rezo-Ivoire .net | les sous groupes baoule 2 January 24, 2022
- Rezo-Ivoire .net | le regne dakoua boni reine des baoule 1730 1750 January 24, 2022
- L’Ashanti et le littoral. 1. Pr Allou January 24, 2022
- BAOULE FACILE APPRENDRE A SALUER EN BAOULE January 24, 2022
- A Chez Nous Pays – Episode 3 – Pays Baoule January 24, 2022
- Walter Jehne: The Natural History of Water on Earth January 23, 2022
- Climate | Boston.gov January 23, 2022
- Nick Breeze ClimateGenn January 23, 2022
- Sir David King | Arctic Report | Climate Crisis Advisory Group January 23, 2022
- Sir David King: Climate change is the biggest threat humanity has ever faced | Inspiring Visions January 23, 2022
- Up an Atmospheric River Without a Paddle January 23, 2022
- Living Without Water (Water Shortage Documentary) | Real Stories January 23, 2022
- A World Without Water (Global Warming Documentary) January 23, 2022
- Walter Jehne: The Natural History of Water on Earth January 23, 2022
- Walter Jehne: The Soil Carbon Sponge, Climate Solutions and Healthy Water Cycles January 23, 2022
- Walter Jehne — Understanding the Water Cycle: And the potential for rapid global cooling January 23, 2022
- Natural Abundance vs. Market Scarcity: ‘Market Failure’ and the Global Water Crisis January 23, 2022
- Noam Chomsky & Harry Belafonte in Conversation on Trump, Sanders, the KKK, Rebellious Hearts & More January 23, 2022
- Noam Chomsky – What principles and values rule the world? – DAI Heidelberg January 23, 2022
- Modern Marvels: The History of Tea (S12, E53) | Full Episode January 22, 2022
- Professor Chomsky Interview: Reflections on Education and Creativity January 22, 2022
- Noam Chomsky – The More You Learn… January 22, 2022
- Noam Chomsky – The Educational System January 22, 2022
- Noam Chomsky – The Purpose of Education January 22, 2022
- Noam Chomsky – The youth and the mass media’s false reality and history January 22, 2022
- Noam Chomsky: The Alien perspective on humanity – Jung & Naiv: Episode 284 January 22, 2022
Daily Archives: September 12, 2016
Global Warming and Climate Change in Amazonia: Climate-Vegetation Feedback and Impacts on Water Resources – Amazonia and Global Change – Marengo – Wiley Online Library
Candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. (Andrew Harnik and Evan Vucci/AP)
September 12, 2016
Obama calls climate change trends “terrifying.” But what about Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump? We’ll look at their plans for the environment.
are so many big forks in the road as Americans prepare now to choose the country’s next president. If you want to see a giant one, look at environmental policy, Trump versus Clinton. Hillary Clinton would carry on battling climate change and put solar panels all over. Donald Trump says manmade climate change is a hoax, and would pour on the coal and fossil fuels. President Obama says he already terrified by what’s coming. This hour On Point, the huge canyon over climate in the 2016 race. — Tom Ashbrook
Rep. Kevin Cramer (R-ND, Republican U.S. Representative for North Dakota’s At-Large District., Environmental policy advisor for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. Serves on the House Committee on Energy and Commerce. (@RepKevinCramer)
Uploaded on Jun 11, 2007
War Made Easy reaches into the Orwellian memory hole to expose a 50-year pattern of government deception and media spin that has dragged the United States into one war after another from Vietnam to Iraq. Narrated by actor and activist Sean Penn, the film exhumes remarkable archival footage of official distortion and exaggeration from LBJ to George W. Bush, revealing in stunning detail how the American news media have uncritically disseminated the pro-war line of one administration after another.
War Made Easy gives special attention to parallels between the Vietnam war and the war in Iraq. Driven by media critic Norman Solomon’s meticulous research and tough-minded analysis, it sets stunning examples of propaganda and media complicity from the present within the context of rare footage from political leaders and leading journalists of the Vietnam era, including Presidents Lyndon Johnson and Richard Nixon, Defense Secretary Robert McNamara, dissident Senator Wayne Morse, and news correspondents Walter Cronkite and Morley Safer.
Norman Solomon’s work has been praised by the Los Angeles Times as “brutally persuasive” and essential “for those who would like greater context with their bitter morning coffee.” This film now offers a chance to see that context on the screen.
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Published on Nov 29, 2015
Declassified Documents Expose Why 9/11 Happened and The Masterminds Behind it
Watch this documentary, Hijacking Catastrophe – 9/11, Fear & the Selling of American Empire.
The 9/11 terror attacks continue to send shock waves through the American political system. Continuing fears about American vulnerability alternate with images of American military prowess and patriotic bravado in a transformed media landscape charged with emotion and starved for information. The result is that we have had little detailed debate about the radical turn US policy has taken since 9/11.
Hijacking Catastrophe places the Bush Administration’s original justifications for war in Iraq within the larger context of a two-decade struggle by neo-conservatives to dramatically increase military spending while projecting American power and influence globally by means of force and dominance.
At the same time, the documentary argues that the Bush Administration has sold this radical and controversial plan for aggressive American military intervention by deliberately manipulating intelligence, political imagery, and the fears of the American people after 9/11.
This update of the critically acclaimed documentary features the theatrical version of the film, along with ten new post-election interviews with prominent political observers on topics ranging from the 2004 presidential campaign to the Democratic Party’s struggle to define itself in a time of war.
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The New York Times Published on Nov 27, 2015
Series of videoblogs from: Nicholas Kristof (Oregon & Magdalen 1981)