Maldives President "Not Impressed" with US Climate Activism

  As he and all of us rightfully shouldn’t be…. Waging Nonviolence recently conducted a wonderful interview with climate superstar Mohamed Nasheed, former president of Maldives. Here are some striking words (refreshingly but also depressingly pointed) from the interview: What do you think of the American environmental movement? I’m very disappointed by the slow pace

Maldives May Move to Australia due to Rising Sea Levels

  The Maldives is one of the first nation’s of the world that may go under water due to rising seas from global warming. As such, it has been one of the most vocal advocates of combating global warming. However, it is quickly running out of time, and the nation must consider other options. “It Updates has been adding dozens and dozens of posts, videos, pictures, etc. It’s worth a long scroll. But highlighting a few posts that stood out to me, here’s a video from the Philippines:

"The Age of Stupid" Hopes to Inspire More Climate Activism

The Age of Stupid has arrived after half a decade in the making.  Franny Armstrong has made a new climate change documentary-drama that stars Pete Postlethwaite as an indie climate change refugee from 2055,  that shares the tragedy of of global warming. In addition to their screenings, they offer ways to help via their ‘not

Islanders Protest Govt. Inaction on Maldives Beach Erosion

Over 200 people gathered at a government office at 4:30 this morning to demand action to stop the severe erosion on the Maldive island of Maduvvaree. Four to eight coastal homes on the island have already been lost to beach erosion. “We have promised the islanders that the project for long-term protection will start next

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