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Mapping Foodways in African and American History | EV & N 338 | CCTV

On the Occasion of Black History Month, 2020 YouTube Version The history of the slave trade has left its mark on the culinary and ethnobotanical record on all sides of the Atlantic economic system.  It is now possible … Continue reading

Harvard & AAS | Magnetic Reversal Extinction

Suspicious0bservers Apr 30, 2019 Magnetic Reversal & Extinction – Rebuttal of Lingam 2019 Paper Abstract: “Hence, we suggest that hypotheses seeking to explain … mass extinctions via changes in Earth’s magnetic field intensity are potentially unlikely.” This is not supported … Continue reading

Knowledge, Belief and Behavior: The Comfort of Fundamentalist Narratives in Times of Chaos & Despair | EV & N #336 | CCTV YouTube Version When humans are under stress they do not act upon what they know but rather upon what they have come to believe. Fundamentalist traditions are on the rise on all continents, in all cultures and within … Continue reading

‘The Survivors Song’ – An Upbeat Shout Out to Aussies & People Everywhere | Extinction Rebellion

Extinction Rebellion Published on Jan 11, 2020 ‘We’re from a long line of survivors, We’re gonna make it in the end, Cos we have to do what we have to do, Like they had to do what they had to … Continue reading

How To Fight War Fever, Power Stand-Off + Fire & Water Published on Jan 8, 2020 Updates on bad ass organizers, activists and whistleblowers. Next, what we really need in order to stop the empire and why we can’t just lean on letters from the UN. War Fever is high … Continue reading

Why Are Republicans So Afraid Of Lev Parnas? | Velshi & Ruhle | MSNBC

MSNBC Dec 17, 2019 One of the key players in the Ukrainian scandal is due in court today, where he could have his bail revoked. But why are Republicans so afraid of him? Real Clear Politics Associate Editor A.B. Stoddard … Continue reading

Designing effective regulation 4 carbon markets at the international, national & subnational level

Swiss Network for International Studies Published on Dec 2, 2019 The complexities of carbon market trading explained in simple fashion. A film produced by the SNIS-funded project “Designing effective regulation for carbon markets at the international, national, and subnational level”

Climate Refugees: Climate-Fueled Drought, Sea Level Rise, Storms & Fires Displace Millions Worldwide

Democracy Now! Dec 13, 2019 A new report reveals how long-term disasters, including sea level rise and desertification, and short-term disasters, such as storms and fires, are especially threatening to people living in the Global South and island nations. We … Continue reading

2018 Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement Laureates: Paul Falkowski & James J. McCarthy

Tyler Prize May 3, 2018 The 2018 Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement – often described as the ‘Nobel Prize for the Environment’ – has been awarded to Paul Falkowski and James J. McCarthy, for their decades of leadership in understanding … Continue reading

Shell, ExxonMobil, Chevron & BP Could Be Legally & Morally Liable for Climate Crisis in Philippines

Democracy Now! Dec 9, 2019 The Commission on Human Rights of the Philippines has just determined that 47 major companies, including Shell, ExxonMobil, Chevron, BP and Total, could be found legally and morally liable for human rights harms to Filipinos … Continue reading