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Democracy Now! Focus COP26 UN Climate Summit

“The richest countries are building a climate wall against the consequences of climate change rather than dealing with the causes and rather than providing the money that would enable people to stay,” says Nick Buxton, with the Transnational Institute and co-author of their new report, “Global Climate Wall: How the world’s wealthiest nations prioritise borders over climate action.”

▶ Breaking the Set: These 5 Censored Books Tell a History the Establishment Wants Hidden

Abby Martin speaks with NYU media studies professor, Mark Crispin Miller, about five historical books that have been actively suppressed and hidden from the American public. https://youtu.be/RcHRaxN-u5U Click here to help Rise Up Times continue to bring you essential news you won’t find in the mainstream corporate media.   Forbidden Bookshelf: http://www.openroadmedia.com/series/forbidden-bookshelf/    

Mary Beaudoin: Flooding Wall Street

People demand system change, not climate change. When world leaders gathered at a preliminary meeting on climate change at the UN headquarters in New York, and one day after hundreds of thousands (estimates range from 311,000 to 400,000) people marched in the Climate Convergence, there was a coordinated effort to demand accountability for the corporate More

Pablo Solon: How Did Leaders Respond to the People’s Climate March?

After eight years of negotiation in the UN, and with the current voluntary pledges of governments, we have only reduced 3 gigatons of CO2e per year from the business-as-usual scenario, and we should have reduced at least 16 gigatons per year by 2020. So, putting aside words and speeches, governments reduced less than 20% of More

Chris Hedges: The Last Gasp of Climate Change Liberals

Kevin Zeese: "We need to highlight the fact that the United Nations has sold out to corporate interests. At U.N. meetings on climate change you see corporate logos on display." By Chris Hedges  truthdig.com  September 1, 2014   President Obama wipes perspiration from his face as he speaks about climate change at Georgetown University in More

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