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EARTH’S FRONT LINE Carel Herbst on the water crisis

MOTHER CHANNEL | EARTHS FRONT LINE Episode 25 – Part 1

This discussion will feature the brilliant idea of utilising water vapour to satisfy domestic needs. Government own the right to all ground water which is an issue. However the government by law does not own the right to utilise humidity itself. There is no law written that stipulates the government ...

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COP 23 DAY 12 Pitt Lands

Mother Channel | COP 23 DAY 12 Pitt Lands

This discussion has members from the UNFCCC and she talks about how to preserve Peatlands forest. Scientists have discovered the world’s largest tropical Peatlands in the remote Congo swamps, estimated to store the equivalent of three years’ worth of the world’s total fossil fuel emissions. The main issue is about ...

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COP 23 DAY 12 The Story of Carol González

Mother CHannel | COP 23 DAY 12 The Story of Carol Gonzalez

Who will stop ‘this madness’ of climate change, ‘if not us, then who, if not now, then when?’Yeb Sano From our territories in the Amazon, Mesoamerica, Asia and Africa we fight to protect tropical forests threatened by illegal logging and mining, oil extraction, land invasion, drug traffic, monoculture, construction of ...

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Unpacking the topic of climate change

Mother Channel | COP 23 DAY 12 SLAPP’s

This video talk initially about what we really need to make climate change awareness more noticeable and how we can achieve it. Key words to be discussed are: up scaling, sustainable, changing climate and homogeneity. There are so many different facets to climate change and ensuring a whole understanding of ...

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COP 23 DAY 12 Scalability in Climate Change

Mother Channel | COP 23 DAY 12 Scalability in Climate Change

In this video Naomi Ages from Greenpeace and who is also a USA Attorney talks about stopping attacks against environmental defenders. There have been horrific incidents of physical abuse to people who go out of their way to protect the climate. Strategic litigation against public participation (SLAPP) which is a ...

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