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Wisconsin state officials on Tuesday banned employees of a state agency from discussing climate change, conducting any work on the topic, or even responding to an email about the warming climate
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If you care about the world you live in, and you photograph it, your images are needed! Together we can collectively re-imagine our world by building a powerful new ‪#‎activistphoto‬ image collection—a new window on environmental and social injustices and the many alternative options we have!

CALL FOR ENTRY—LAST WEEK!
Enter Critical Information Collective’s first photography competition, and show the world what environmental and social justice looks like from your perspective. There are 4 themes—Buen Vivir, climate change, energy justice and food sovereignty—and separate categories for activists and professionals. The deadline is 28 February (and you keep copyright and control over your images). Winning images will be exhibited in Paris during the UNFCCC climate change negotiations in December! All accepted images are eligible for inclusion in CIC’s image library.

Don’t forget you can also submit images to CIC's image library at any time, and you can sign up and download campaign images too. http://photos.criticalcollective.org/index.php?module=menu&pId=101&page_name=competition
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U.S President Obama used his veto yesterday to halt a bill that would force construction of the #Keystone XL pipeline. Friends of the Earth U.S. is now asking him to reject it completely http://action.foe.org/p/dia/action3/common/public/?action_KEY=17241
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The U.S  government and multinational corporations like Monsanto, are seeking to open new markets for GMOs that have been rejected by so many around the globe. Their target? Africa
The most persistent myth about genetically modified organisms (GMOs) is that they are necessary to feed a growing global population. Highly effective marketing campaigns have drilled it into our heads that GMOs will produce more food on less land in an environmentally friendly manner. The mantra has been repeated so often that it is considered to be truth. Now this mantra has come to Africa, sung by the United States government and multinational ...
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Sherlock Holmes and the Adventure of the Oily Museum - A pop-up play challenging the British Museum’s controversial funding relationship with #BP
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A coalition of French organizations is planning mobilizations and activities parallel to the Paris #climate talks in December this year. The World Social Forum in Tunisia (March 24-28) provided an opportunity to meet with different organizations from several parts of the world and continue to build the movement.
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Another week, another instance comes to light of governments targeting peaceful environmental activists.
Another week, another instance of governments targeting peaceful environmental activists -- this time the head of Greenpeace International.
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Major announcements made in Brussels today suggest Europe is holding back from the urgent action needed to transform its energy system and combat #climate change.
Major announcements made in Brussels today suggest Europe is holding back from the urgent action needed to transform its energy system and combat climate change.The European Commission released detail
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Almost 200 civil society organisations from across South East Asia and Latin America have called on #EU decision-makers to halt the devastating impacts of EU #biofuels policy on people and the environment. Biofuels are often seen as an easy solution to the climate problems posed by our car obsession. But the organisations say biofuels policies have devastating and often irreversible consequences including land grabs, hunger, rising greenhouse gas emissions and deforestation.
Ahead of a crucial EU vote on capping biofuel quotas on Tuesday, almost 200 civil society organisations from across South East Asia and Latin America have called on EU decision-makers to halt the deva
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Farmers in Uganda evicted by oil palm plantations filed a lawsuit against a joint venture co-owned by palm oil giant Wilmar International. The farmers, with the support of Friends of the Earth Uganda, are demanding restitution and fair compensation for damages, three years after their land was taken for plantation development. You can help here https://www.grrrowd.org/projects/stop-land-grab-and-deforestation-in-uganda/ 
Farmers in Uganda evicted by oil palm plantations filed a lawsuit today against a joint venture co-owned by palm oil giant Wilmar International. The farmers, with the support of Friends of the Earth Uganda, are demanding restitution and fair compensation for damages, three years after their land was taken for plantation development. The palm oil project, in the Kalangala Islands of Lake Victoria, is being carried out by Oil Palm Uganda Limited, ...
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Please share: A community in Uganda is today challenging an international oil palm venture that has expropriated small farmers and obliterated an entire forest on a Lake Victoria island. Friends of the Earth groups are backing the islanders legal action. You can help here https://www.grrrowd.org/projects/stop-land-grab-and-deforestation-in-uganda/ 
A small community in Uganda is today challenging a UN-backed international oil palm venture that has expropriated small farmers and obliterated an entire forest on a Lake Victoria island to establish a vast plantation. Three years after the grab, Friends of the Earth groups are backing the islanders legal action, which is launched today.
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