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2018-11-02 15:03:50 | 生活

  15 environmental protesters arrested at civil disobedience campaign in London

  The Guardian reports that 15 environmental protesters, who blocked the roads outside the Houses of parliament in the first stage of an “escalating campaign of civil disobedience”, have been arrested. The newspaper says: “More than 1,000 people from the newly formed Extinction Rebellion group issued a declaration of rebellion in London’s parliament Square on Wednesday in an effort to draw attention to the unfolding climate emergency. The group, that included families, pensioners and teenagers, then sat down in the road blocking traffic at one of London’s busiest intersections for more than two hours…Wednesday’s protest was due to be a symbolic start to a campaign of civil disobedience that organisers say will bring large parts of London to a standstill next month.” Speakers included George Monbiot, Caroline Lucas and Green MEp Molly Scott Cato, who had earlier written an article in the Guardian explaining the protest.

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  Democrats have no broad climate plan even as they prepare to win the House

  In a feature for the Guardian, Emily Holden concludes that the Democrats are “wary of wading into a tough political fight, despite an intensifying environmental crisis”. She adds: “Democrats don’t have a plan to address climate change comprehensively – or even to a significant degree – if they regain control of the US government in the near future, despite criticising Republicans as the party of pollution…If Democrats win back the House in Tuesday’s midterm elections, their strategy is to hold oversight hearings on Donald Trump’s environmental rollbacks and pursue more incremental and popular measures, according to close observers and a senior Democratic aide. Environmental advocates hoping progressive politicians will lead efforts to save the planet may be shocked to learn there’s no wide-ranging strategy or headline-grabbing legislation waiting to be unveiled – even if Democrats take the White House in 2020.”

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  The Guardian view on Brazil’s new president: a global danger

  An editorial in the Guardian argues that “the EU – and Britain – ought to act to save the planet from Jair Bolsonaro, whose policies will accelerate climate change, not curb it”. It adds: “Mr Bolsonaro says he will not scrap the paris climate agreement, where Brazil set itself ambitious climate targets, as long as he gets assurances that his country would not cede sovereignty to native tribes or international jurisdiction over the Andes mountains, Amazon rainforest and Atlantic Ocean. This is a contradiction that will prove impossible to resolve: Mr Bolsonaro’s policies will help pave over the rainforest – with new highways and dams promised in the Amazon basin – and make it all but impossible for Brazil to reduce its carbon footprint…With the US administration run by climate-change sceptics and China tacking away from its green stance, Europe must take a lead. The EU has a hand to play with Brazil. Deforestation is largely driven by demand for land to grow soybeans – exported to feed livestock – and to expand cattle farms. The EU is the biggest foreign investor in Brazil.” Meanwhile, Climate Home News has a feature asking whether – with Bolsonaro in, Merkel out – is “the paris climate gang is breaking up”?

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  part One: The Kingdom of Coal

  In this first of a new series of DeSmogUK articles called “Just Transition, from Fossil Fuels to Environmental Justice”, the website looks at the “history of energy in Fife and begin to mine the prospects for a more sustainable future to meet our climate crisis”. Why start in Fife? “In 2002, the Fife mine that was still powering Scotland’s last coal-fired power station at Longannet flooded. Its closure brought to an end 500 long years of underground labouring for coal in Scotland. In Fife in particular, an early starter in the industry, silent monuments to the dirty, dangerous work of extraction dot the landscape.”

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