BPSDBDiane discusses the power of hunger strikes and the impact they have on people.
Paul talks about a couple of sources of inspiration to him, specifically the Bhagavad Gita and philosopher Peter Singer as it relates to the morality and correctness of action.
While Anna has some things to say about what it will take to solve climate change, from the grassroots to the political leaders.
If you don’t know about the Climate Justice Fast hunger strike you can learn all about it here and in these posts (most recent first):
- CJF, climate change, food and equity
- CJF Hunger Strike, Day 20
- Hunger Strike Day 13, retrospectives and reflections
- Days of doubts and fears
- The Climate Justice Fast Six
- Climate Justice Fast, ripples and waves
- Climate Justice Fast – Change is now!
- Climate Justice Fast is to be … indefinite
- Climate Justice Fast begins Nov 6th, how will you be helping?
“Over the 20th century, ocean temperatures in the North Atlantic main development region warmed during peak hurricane season, with the most pronounced warming occurring over the last four decades.” Earth Gauge
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