Daily Archives: March 7, 2023

2023-03-07: News Headlines

Pablo Fajardo Mendoza (2023-03-07). One of the World's Largest Oil Corporations to Lead Climate Change Talks in 2023. globalresearch.ca

Staff (2023-03-07). Economist Joseph Stiglitz on How War, COVID & Climate Crisis Cause Economic Crises Around the World. democracynow.org As the U.N. secretary-general blasts wealthy nations for rigging the global economy for their benefit, we speak with economist Joseph Stiglitz about how war, the pandemic and the climate emergency are causing economic crises across the globe. He also says interest rate hikes by the U.S. Federal Reserve are making things worse for the Global South, as the cost of borrowing rises for many countries already struggling with debt. Stiglitz is a Nobel Prize-winning economist, Columbia University professor and former chair of the Council of Economic Advisers. He is also currently the chief economist of the Roosevelt Ins…

Alex Bainbridge (2023-03-06). Climate strikers confront Woodside. greenleft.org.au Hundreds of climate strikers heard from First Nations leaders and climate activists before marching to the Woodside office in Perth, reports Alex Bainbridge.

Editor (2023-03-06). Faster, higher, hotter: What we learned about the climate system in 2022 (Part 1). mronline.org Beyond all the hype and all the anxiety about climate policymaking, the upbeat newsmaking about energy transitions and the growing dread of civilisational collapse, what have we learned about the climate system in the last year?

Mark Keenan (2023-03-06). 1500 Scientists Say 'There Is No Climate Emergency' — The Real Environment Movement Was Hijacked. globalresearch.ca

WSWS (2023-03-06). Warning strikes in Germany's public sector and local transport. wsws.org Despite workers' readiness to take strike action, the central rally called by the Verdi trade union and the Fridays for Future climate protest organisation was poorly attended by strikers.

Waging Nonviolence (2023-03-06). How to beat the Fracking Frenzy—Lessons from the Campaign that ended it in Ireland. juancole.com The successful Irish anti-fracking struggle offers key insights on community power building for anti-extraction movements all over the world.

Colin Todhunter (2023-03-07). Standing Together: Resisting the New Normal. dissidentvoice.org The US wanted Russia to attack Ukraine. So says Robert H Wade, professor of Global Political Economy at the London School of Economics. And then it brought in its wide-ranging sanctions regime in response. According to renowned investigative journalist Seymour Hersch, the US subsequently blew up the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline. The result is that …

Editor (2023-03-07). Major U.S. outlets found Hersh's Nord Stream scoop too hot to handle. mronline.org Scores of hits from publications across the globe pop up from an internet search for veteran investigative reporter Seymour Hersh's claim that the US destroyed Russia's Nord Stream gas pipeline.

Editor (2023-03-06). Why is Norway the glove that fits the USA's hand? mronline.org In the sequel to his revelation of Norway's and USA's role in blowing up the Nord Stream pipelines, Seymour Hersh addresses the long standing tradition of Norway's secret and illegal collaboration with USA.

Staff (2023-03-06). Headlines for March 6, 2023. democracynow.org Nations Reach Historic Agreement to Protect High Seas, Iran and IAEA Agree to Strengthen Cooperation in Hopeful Sign for Nuclear Talks, Outrage Mounts over Mysterious Poisoning of Iranian Schoolgirls, U.N. Expert Says Taliban Attacks on Women and Girls Could Be Crime Against Humanity, Ex-Pakistan PM Imran Khan Evades Arrest, Huge Blaze in Cox's Bazar Rohingya Refugee Camp Destroys Thousands of Homes, Shell Pipeline Kills 12 in Nigeria; Massive Lawsuit Targets Shell's Operation in Niger Delta, U.K. Cracks Down on Refugee Rights in Right-Wing Effort to "Stop the Boats", Shahida Raza, Pakista…

Global Research News (2023-03-07). Selected Articles: East Palestine's "Containment Dam" Overflows. globalresearch.ca By The makeshift dam designed to prevent toxic water contamination in East Palestine, Ohio following the toxic train derailment, has failed and overflowed. Mainstream media reports that "heavy rain" …

Antonio C.S. Rosa (2023-03-06). Wildlife Is Much More than a Safari. And It Is at Highest Risk of Extinction. transcend.org 1 Mar 2023 – Wildlife is indeed far much more than a safari or an 'exotic' ornament: as many as four billion people —or an entire half the whole world's population— rely on wild species for income, food, medicines and wood fuel for cooking.

ecns.cn (2023-03-07). China urges Japan to responsibly dispose of nuclear wastewater: FM. ecns.cn China urges Japan to properly handle the disposal of Fukushima nuclear wastewater in a responsible manner, Chinese Foreign Minister Qin Gang said Tuesday.

Dr. Vandana Shiva (2023-03-06). The Seeds Of Suicide: How Monsanto Destroys Farming. globalresearch.ca Control over seed is the first link in the food chain because seed is the source of life. When a corporation controls seed, it controls life, especially the life of farmers.

newsnetwork.mayoclinic (2023-03-07). Consumer Health: What's the difference between kidney cysts and polycystic kidney disease? newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org March is National Kidney Month, which makes this a good time to learn more about the difference between two kidney disorders — kidney cysts and polycystic kidney disease. Your kidneys are situated in the back of your abdomen under your lower ribs, one on each side of your spine. One of the important jobs of the kidneys is to clean the blood. As blood moves through the body, it picks up extra fluid, chemicals and waste….

Renfrey Clarke (2023-03-06). Barngarla people tell Labor 'no' to nuclear waste dump. greenleft.org.au Supporters of the Barngarla people gathered outside the Federal Court building to protest continuing moves by the Anthony Albanese government to put a national nuclear waste dump on First Nations land near Kimba. Renfrey Clarke reports.

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