SALON DU BOURGET: FACE A L’URGENCE CLIMATIQUE, GARDONS LES PIEDS SUR TERRE !

Du 17 au 23 juin se tiendra au Bourget le 53ème Salon International de l’Aéronautique et de l’Espace, près de quatre ans après la signature en ces lieux de l’Accord de Paris, par lequel 195 pays s’engageaient à réduire drastiquement leurs émissions de gaz à effet de serre. Exonérée de cet engagement mondial, l’industrie du transport aérien prospère, et sa contribution à l’effet de serre explose.

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Ativistas interrompem primeiro-ministro de Portugal e exigem que diga a verdade sobre os impactos do aumento do tráfego aéreo

A Rebelião da Extinção invadiu o aniversário do partido do governo, no passado dia 22 de abril, para denunciar o acordo que o governo português assinou com a multinacional Vinci para um novo aeroporto no Montijo e expansão do aeroporto da Portela. As ativistas, que subscrevem a declaração da rede ATERRA – Stay Grounded, interromperam o discurso do primeiro ministro com aviões de papel e exibiram uma faixa onde se lê “Mais aviões? Só a brincar! Precisamos dum plano B, não há planeta B”. (more…)

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Flying Is and Will Be a Major Source of Our Global Warming Problems and Is Currently a Great Example for Climate Injustice – so Let‘s Put Our Energies Here Before it‘s Too Late!

A replik to Sasja Beslik by Anne Kretzschmar, campaigner of Stay Grounded On April 5th, an article on the Blog Usejournal appeared, suggesting that: Let‘s start this statement with the points I agree on with Sasja Beslik: Global warming is a systemic problem and it needs to be addressed first…

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Illegal construction works associated with New Mexico City International Airport

CPOOME raises an urgent alert upon the illegal construction works associated with the New Mexico City International Airport. Workers, trucks and heavy machinery had entered the Ejidos of Nexquipayac on the Texcoco Lake shore without authorization and presentation of the project to the community on March 6th. After having faced resistance by farmers, the construction company was guarded by about a hundred strikers and armed men in the second attempt, threatening ejidatarios and ...

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