Tag Archives: Congo

War and the Environment | Divestment from fossil fuels and weapons with Jonathan King, Susi Snyder, Terry Crawford-Browne, Tony Jenkins (Video)

Divestment from fossil fuels and weapons with Jonathan King, Susi Snyder, Terry Crawford-Browne. Moderator: Tony Jenkins

Evergreene Digest: Why We Must Change How We Change the World

“We are caught in a vicious cycle, a dangerous dynamic that shapes our views about the people who experience suffering. As a result, those trapped in poverty are dehumanized and poverty is dumbed down while good, well-intended people really believe they are caring, world-conscious, and ethical. But change is coming.”   Subscribe or “Follow” us […]

Anjan Sundaram: We’re Missing the Story — The Media’s Retreat From Foreign Reporting

Congo is the scene of one of the greatest man-made disasters of our lifetimes. Two successive wars have killed more than five million people since 1996.   By Anjan Sundaram  SundayReview | OPINION  New York Times July 25, 2014 The Democratic Republic of Congo, 2002. Two wars since 1996 have killed more than five million people. […]