<p>“Eat less red meat” is the most frequent response I hear at conferences when a distraught member of the audience asks a presenter “What’s the one thing I can do for the planet?” What the presenter should have sai
Melissa Sepulveda "One of the most important challenges is to present us as a real
alternative" ---- Melissa Sepulveda, a medical student of 22 years, militant Libertarian
Students Front s (FEL) and libertarian feminist " La Alzada "foio elected in mid-November,
President of the Federation of Students of the University of Chile (Zip) as candidate of
"Fighting" list, with 31.2% of the vote
<p>The mental image we were brought up with of Santa's workshop was of hoards of elves working away making new stuff, painting wooden trains with paintpots and so on.
<p>A new analysis shows that the top four or fewer food companies control a substantial majority of the sales of each item, and they often offer multiple brands in each type of grocery, giving consumers the false impression they are choosing among com
The UN’s nuclear watchdog on Wednesday delivered a preliminary report on their review of Japan’s efforts to plan and implement the decommissioning of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station that suffered a meltdown during the Great Ea
<h1>Democracy Now! 2013-12-06 Friday</h1><ul><li>Headlines for December 06, 2013</li><li>Remembering Nelson Mandela: From Freedom Fighter to Political Prisoner to South African President</li><li>Randall Robinson on Nelson Mandela, U.S.
<div class='node-body'><p><img alt="" border="0" class="image-full" src="/sites/commondreams.org/files/imce-images/mandela00014.jpg" style="width: 540px; height: 380px;" title="Nelson Mandela (1918-2013) lives on for those who continue the struggle for a better world.</p>
<p>Amandla does not believe in miracles. Mandela is not immortal. He has lived the fullest of lives. Amandla! stands with his family, the ANC (the organisation he lived and died for), his closest comrades, especially the surviving Treason Trialists and Robben Island prisoners, the South African people as well as millions of people around the world to mark the passing of a great man.</p>
En europe ---- Que ce soit dans les urnes ou dans la rue, l'extrême droite se développe
partout en Europe. En Espagne, une minorité croissante au sein du Parti Populaire,
actuellement au pouvoir, n'hésite plus à arborer des symboles franquistes. En Grèce le
parti néo-nazi Aube Dorée fait régner la terreur partout où il le peut contre les
immigré-e-s et contre ses opposant-e-s politiques.
<p>“New garden cities are needed to tackle the UK’s housing crisis, create sustainable communities and help young people get on the housing ladder, a new report, ‘Commons Sense’ from Co-operatives UK argues.</p>
<p>In 1623, William Bradford, the future governor of the colony, declared that land would be privately owned and managed, with each family assigned a parcel of land “according to the proportion of their number.”</p>
<p>This seems to be a pivotal moment in contemporary struggles over how nature is best valued, managed and allocated.</p>
<p>I still feel that childlike thrill each time I learn something new.</p>
In europe ---- Whether at the polls or in the street, the extreme right is growing
throughout Europe. Spain, growing in the People's Party, currently in power minority, does
not hesitate to wear Francoist symbols. Greek neo-Nazi Golden Dawn party spread terror
wherever he can against the immigrant-es and against his political opponent es.
Mobilizations against multiply the Socialist-Green government. But all those who are
mobilizing not necessarily have the same interests. The employee-es have no common
interest with the bosses, no more than small farmers with agricultural productivism
champions. Then to impose our demands of workers, strengthen and unify our struggles.