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'People, Planet, Peace over Profit': World Converges for System Change
Before People's Climate March, activists gather to discuss concrete solutions
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India Stands Firm on Protecting Food Security of South at WTO
The failure of the two major players in global trade negotiations to bridge their differences has put paid to the adoption of the protocol of amendment for implementation of the contested Trade Facilitation Agreement (TFA) for the time being. India and the United States failed Thursday at the World...
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Forest Rights Offer Major Opportunity to Counter Climate Change
New analysis suggests that in areas formally overseen by local communities, deforestation rates are dozens to hundreds of times lower than in areas overseen by governments or private entities
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Newly Revealed Snowden Docs Expose Near Global Reach of NSA
FISA court--which operates in secret and provides no real oversight--gave OK for vast scope of "foreign intelligence gathering."
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Industrial Agriculture: Too Big to Succeed
TORONTO - An estimated one billion small farmers scratching out a living growing diverse crops and raising animals in developing countries represent the key to maintaining food production in the face of hotter temperatures and drought, especially in the tropical regions, says Sarah Elton, author of...
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Rich and Poor Nations Spar Ahead of Climate Report Release
Interactions between officials highlights critical insights regarding countries' commitment to climate change
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Shoe-Thrower Targets Hillary Clinton in Vegas
Motivation remains murky, but incident reminiscent of targeting of George W. Bush for destruction of Iraq
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Massive 8.2-Magnitude Quake Triggers Tsunami Off Chile
Warnings, including evacuation orders, issued for those living along entire Latin American Pacific coast after earthquake beneath ocean's surface
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Despite US Opposition, UN Pushes Forward Surveillance Bill of Rights
The so-called "Five Eyes" countries overwhelmed by international unity on the right to protection from spying
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Human Rights Attorneys Have Been Working with German Politicians on Asylum for Snowden
(update below) Human rights attorneys have been discussing the possibility of asylum for former NSA contractor Edward Snowden with left-wing politicians in Germany. The plan being developed involves giving testimony in an official government setting on recent revelations, such as the fact that the...
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