Monday, 22 July , 2024

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Just 90 companies caused two-thirds of man-made global warming emissions

Chevron, Exxon and BP among companies most responsible for climate change since dawn of industrial age, figures show By Suzanne Goldenberg Wed 20 Nov 2013 The climate...

Goldman Sachs, Banks Secret Services and Mafia

Goldman Sachs hiring ex-MI6 chief highlights dark alliance between business and intelligence that’s bordering on criminal By Kit Klarenberg* Aug. 15, 2021 Senior British spy veterans have long...

Τhe End of Oil ?

The End of Oil? Pandemic Adds to Fossil Fuel Glut, But COVID-19 Relief Money Flows to Oil Industry Sept.2, 2020 As the coronavirus pandemic contributes to...

Committing Geocide: Climate Change And Corporate Capture By Susan George

I am not here to promote the deep ecology view. I am here rather to introduce and define what I see as a new phenomenon in the history of humankind. I call it Geocide. Geocide is the collective action of a single species among millions of other species which is changing planet Earth to the point that it can become unrecognisable and unfit for life. This species is committing geocide against all components of nature, whether microscopic organisms, plants, animals or against itself, homo sapiens, humankind.

Security Firm Guarding Dakota Pipeline Used Psychological Warfare Tactics for BP

G4S, a company hiring security staff to guard the hotly contested Dakota Access pipeline (DAPL), also works to guard oil and gas industry assets in war-torn Iraq, and has come under fire by the United Nations for human rights abuses allegedly committed while overseeing a BP pipeline in Colombia and elsewhere while on other assignments.