but `they` do not really want to solve poverty, do they?
re posted from Foreign Policy
“In short, most of the costs associated with present-day climate disasters are due to natural climate variability, not climate change, and are determined by economic development and societal resilience, not the intensity of … Read the rest
We can’t privilege climate action if poverty is killing our people.
Today, it is the developed countries who are essentially responsible for the climate problem. Since the 19th century, have industrialized, enriched themselves and have taken most of the atmospheric space. Today they tell us “do not do like us, … Read the rest
“If you were going to set out deliberately to ensure the poorest people in the world, poorest countries, were kept in murderous poverty or newly cast into that hell, then you would deny them access to cheap energy while simultaneously undermining the ability of the developed world to produce
“Africa is one continent, one people, and one nation. The notion that in order to have a nation it is necessary for there to be a common language, a common territory and common culture has … Read the rest
progress report from the Turkish construction company contracted to build the ELECTRIC high speed railway from Dar es Salaam to the Great Lakes. In this video you can see construction of high voltage sub-stations, the near completion of Dodoma passenger train station and the incredible scenery, including baobabs, of central … Read the rest