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Name: Stace
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Hometown: Cumberland County, NJ
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Polish schoolgirl takes climate fight to parliament

Source: Reuters

WARSAW (Reuters) - A teenager started her summer holidays by campaigning in front of Poland’s parliament on Friday in a bid to get politicians to act on climate change before an election later this year.

Thirteen-year-old Inga Zasowska takes her inspiration from Swedish schoolgirl Greta Thunberg’s weekly school strikes, and plans to follow in her footsteps by sitting outside parliament every Friday in July urging lawmakers to act on global warming.

“At least in this one situation, politicians should unite and together take decisive action with the aim of cutting greenhouse gas emissions,” Zasowska told journalists, flanked by supporters carrying banners.

“I don’t want empty words during the election campaign, I want real action from politicians — now, at this moment! This is the last moment to stop the climate catastrophe!”

Read more: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-climate-change-youth-poland/polish-schoolgirl-takes-climate-fight-to-parliament-idUSKCN1TT23U



1. Inga and Greta,

2. IBL?
Posted by Eustace is Useful | Fri Jun 28, 2019, 07:08 PM (1 replies)

Castro sees strongest fundraising day post-Democratic debate

Source: The Hill

BY RACHEL FRAZIN - 06/28/19 10:55 AM EDT

Democratic presidential candidate Julián Castro saw the strongest fundraising day of his campaign after his appearance in the Democratic debates this week.

The former Housing and Urban Development Secretary received an increase of nearly three times his previous best fundraising day following his Wednesday night debate performance, his campaign said in a Friday statement. He also received nearly three times the number of donations.

Over Wednesday and Thursday, the campaign raised 3,266 percent more money than it had the previous two days, according to the statement.

Read more: https://thehill.com/homenews/campaign/450864-castro-sees-strongest-fundraising-day-post-democratic-debate



Front-Runner Joe is being reported as "damaged" by Harris today, though I still think a Biden-Warren ticket is the most likely outcome a year from now. But it's no surprise that some Dems are going to be giving second-tier candidates another look over the weekend.
Posted by Eustace is Useful | Fri Jun 28, 2019, 10:16 AM (3 replies)

Warren: "The Character of Our Nation is NOT the Character of Our President!"



Amen.
Posted by Eustace is Useful | Fri Jun 28, 2019, 01:10 AM (3 replies)

How Sustainable Tech Startups Are Fighting Climate Change

Inc.
Published on 14 Jun 2019



Oh you you better believe I've written those companies' names down!
Posted by Eustace is Useful | Wed Jun 19, 2019, 05:26 PM (0 replies)

Trudeau's Government Approves Expansion of Divisive Trans Mountain Pipeline

Source: New York Times

By Ian Austen
June 18, 2019

OTTAWA — Canada will move forward with a pipeline project that has set the country’s provinces against one another, opened rifts among its Indigenous communities and prompted major protests.

The project — which will expand the Trans Mountain pipeline that links Alberta’s oil sands to British Columbia — is a critical component of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s longstanding position that Canada needs to maintain a strong energy industry to support its efforts to combat climate change. His government bought the pipeline from its American owners a year ago to ensure its expansion.

“We are a government that cares deeply about the environment, and we care just as deeply about the economic success of Canadians,” Mr. Trudeau said at a news conference in Ottawa, announcing his cabinet’s approval of the expansion. “This isn’t an either-or proposition.”

“It is in Canada’s national interest to protect our environment and invest in tomorrow,” he added, “while making sure people can feed their families today.”

Read more: https://www.nytimes.com/2019/06/18/world/canada/trudeau-trans-mountain-pipeline.html



I signed up for a Star Membership just so I could post this. Our Favorite Foreign Leader may have just pushed us all off the cliff.
Posted by Eustace is Useful | Tue Jun 18, 2019, 06:55 PM (6 replies)
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