Durban

Arab Awakening

’11 STRIKING MOMENTS, PT.2

by: Blaine Skrainka


2011 was a year of worldwide unrest. Traditional social structures that favor the interests of those with money and power are being called into question by the masses. These are the most striking moments of […]

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Sasol

NEGOTIATING THE FUTURE

by: Diana Cenat


A recently released case study from Friends of the Earth International, the world’s leading grassroots environmental organization, has exposed energy giant Sasol as having done much to undermine the recent climate talks in South Africa. […]

Tags: Climate Change, Climate Talks, Diana Cenat, Durban, Environment, Friends of the Earth International, Global Warming, International Emissions Trading Association, Negotiating The Future, Politics, Sasol, South Africa, The Wild Magazine, UN, world

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