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Volume 19 Issue 3 November 2020

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 Global Civilizational State: the Application of the Scale of Global Rights to the global issue of our ways of doing business and trade worldwide threatening humanity's survival.
( see enlargement Global Civilizational State: the Application of the Scale of Global Rights to the global issue of our ways of doing business and trade worldwide threatening humanity's survival. )



Business, trade and global resources.
( see enlargement Business, trade and global resources. )

To attain Peace in the world, we must take into account many aspects of Life in society.
( see enlargement To attain Peace in the world, we must take into account many aspects of Life in society. )




Theme for this month, November 2020.

Global Civilizational State: the Application of the Scale of Global Rights to the global issue of our ways of doing business and trade worldwide threatening humanity's survival.


People worldwide are worries about unsolved problems related to the global warming of the planet, globalization, political instability and a regress to irrationality. Global Civilizational State  has proposed an alternative perspective encouraged by human evolution and expanding global governance, including Global Solidarity.

Over the past several decades humanity has bettered itself through the acceptance of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights by most nations. But now is the time to reach to our next step of human evolution, that is the approval of a scale of social values, the Scale of Global Rights. Global Civilizational State offer short and long term solutions to the people of all nations to assure the survival of life on Earth. Both solutions require the acceptance of the Scale of Global Rights as our guide for survival. Primordial human rights on the Scale are separate categories from those of community rights, the right of the greatest number of people, economic rights, social rights, cultural rights and religious rights. Ecological and primordial human rights are the only rights that have existed unchanged throughout the evolutionary origin of our species. Any major change would have threatened our very existence. All other human rights are rights created by human beings and can be changed depending of new circumstances; they are not stagnant but are rather flexible and adaptive, and they can evolve. Ecological and primordial human rights of this generation and of future generations are therefore much more important than any other human rights existing now and in the future.

The Scale of Global Right was researched and developed ever since 1985 by Global Community, the Global Civilizational State. All global issues impacting critically the survival of all life on our planet, and especially humanity, have been assessed with respect to the six (6) sections of the Scale and compared to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

The Scale of Global Rights contains six (6) sections. Section 1 has more importance than all other sections below, and so on.

Concerning sections 1, 2, and 3, it shall be Global Parliament highest priority to guarantee these rights to Member Nations and to have proper legislation and implement and enforce Global Law as it applies.

Section 1.    Ecological rights and the protection of the global life-support systems

Section 2.    Primordial human rights

  • safety and security
  •  shelter
  • 'clean' energy
  • a 'clean' and healthy environment
  •  fresh water
  •  clean air
  • balanced diet
  • basic clothing
  • employment, free health care and education for everyone.

Section 3.    The ecological rights, the protection of the global life-support systems and the primordial human rights of future generations

Concerning Sections 4, 5 and 6, it shall be the aim of Global Parliament to secure these other rights for all global citizens within the federation of all nations, but without immediate guarantee of universal achievement and enforcement. These rights are defined as Directive Principles, obligating Global Parliament to pursue every reasonable means for universal realization and implementation.

Section 4.   Community rights, rights of direct democracy and global voting, the right that the greatest number of people has by virtue of its number (50% plus one) and after voting representatives democratically

Section 5.   Economic rights (business and consumer rights, and their responsibilities and accountabilities) and social rights (civil and political rights)

Section  6.    Cultural rights and religious rights

This assessment worldwide resolted in nine (9) global issues, as shown here. Each one of them have critically endangered species and threatening the survival of life, especially humanity, on our planet. For the purpose of this Newsletter, Global Issue 3 has been given here more explanation. The other global issues will also be given more explanation in separate Global Civilizational Newsletters coming soon.

  • Global Issue 1, sections 1,2,3, and 6 affected: Replacing both the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and Charters from all nations by the Scale of Global Rights will give more importance, substance, value, gravity, and urgency to human life, all life on Earth, and to the protection of the global life-support systems for this generation and future generations.

    The following table is a comparison of the importance of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Scale. It is made clear how little importance was given in the Universal Declaration to Sections 1,2,3, and 4 of the Scale of Global Rights. And it is made clear how urgent it is to replace both the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and Charters from all nations by the Scale of Global Rights.

    Comparison between the Scale of Global Rights and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and Charters from all nations.

    Importance of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights on the Scale of Global Rights

    The total degree of importance due to the Universal Declaration.

    Scale

    Articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

    Total degree of importance of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

    Section 1

    parts of Article 3; 1% importance

    1% importance

    Section 2

    parts of Articles 3,4,5,9,13,14,25; 35% importance

    35%

    Section 3

    no Articles; 0%

    0%

    Section 4

    parts of Articles 16,18,21,29; 5%

    5%

    Section 5

    parts of Articles 15,17,20,21,22,23,24,28; 100%

    100%

    Section 6

    parts of Articles 26,27; 70%

    70%

    Here is how the degree of importance was obtained. For instance in Section 1 it was found that parts of Article 3 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was included as promoting very softly the protection of human life but was not promoting at all the protection of the global life-support systems. Section 1 on the Scale of Global Rights promotes both the protection of human life and the global life-support systems. No key rights were found in the Universal Declaration that would promote in any way the protection of human life and that of the global life-support systems. And it is a failure of the Universal Declaration to be in line with the Scale of Global Rights. As a result of this failure, a 1% importance was recorded in the table. What does it mean? It means that the Universal Declaration does not give any importance to human life, all life on Earth, and the protection of the global life-support systems. These results are consistent and in agreement with the fact that democracies hardly survive overpopulation such as are being seen in the world. What happens to the idea of the dignity of the human species if this population growth continues at its present rate? It will be completely destroyed. Democracy cannot survive overpopulation. Human dignity cannot survive overpopulation. Convenience and decency cannot survive overpopulation.

  • Global Issue 2, sections 1,2,3, and 5 affected: Human activities are responsible for the greenhouse effect, global warming, and climate change, mostly through our use of fossil fuels, and could be catastrophic, and a tragic end to our present human evolution, without effective mitigation.

  • Global Issue 3, sections 1,2,3, and 5 affected: Our ways of doing business and trade are causing the destruction of livelihood worldwide and that of the next generations, endangering all lifeforms on the planet, putting in great danger all global ecosystems, in short threatening the survival of all life on our planet. We need a complete turn around of our ways of doing things in business and trade.

  • Global Issue 4, sections 1,2,3,4,5, and 6 affected: The need of Evolutionity and Global Civilizational State leadership to educate Peoples for humanity survival, and to emphasize moral virtues and a healthy intellectual development.

  • Global Issue 5: sections 1,2,3,4, and 5 affected: Super rich Peoples and corporations became corrupted, greedy, no longer in line with humanity's survival on the planet.

  • Global Issue 6: sections 1,2,3,4,5, and 6 affected: Global issues such as poverty, crime, racism, religious and ethnic conflict, terrorism, global warming, climate change, energy scarcity, are further magnified by the widening spread and quickening pace of globalization.

  • Global Issue 7: sections 1,2,3,4,5, and 6 affected: There are several major global issues: conflicts and wars, no tolerance and compassion for one another, world overpopulation, human activities destroying and polluting, as population increases the respect and value of a human life is in decline, insufficient protection and prevention for global health, scarcity of resources and drinking water, poverty, Fauna and Flora species disappearing at a fast rate, global warming and global climate change, global pollution, deforestation, permanent lost of the Earth's genetic heritage, and the destruction of the global life-support systems and the eco-systems of the planet. Our goal for peace in the world can only be reached by resolving these important global problems. These problems have brought up a planetary state of emergency. Global Civilizational State found evidence that resolving all those global issues is the essential prerequisite for the effectiveness and exercise of all rights recognized for human beings. We need to build global communities for all life on the planet.

  • Global Issue 8: sections 1,2,3,4,5, and 6 affected: The global coronavirus pandemic is the product of a staggering multitude of factors, including the air travel links connecting every corner of the planet so intimately and the failure of government officials to move swiftly enough to sever those links. But underlying all of that is the virus itself. Are we, in fact, facilitating the emergence and spread of deadly pathogens like the Ebola virus, SARS, and the coronavirus through deforestation, haphazard urbanization, and the ongoing warming of the planet? It may be too early to answer such a question unequivocally, but the evidence is growing that this is the case.

  • Global Issue 9: sections 1,2,3,4,5, and 6 affected: Issues threatening the health and future of children and of the next generations. Climate change, ecological degradation, migrating populations, conflict, pervasive inequalities, predatory commercial practices, and the rampant spread of Covid-19 threaten the health and future of children in every country. What is even more worrisome and fearful is that children stand on the precipice of a climate crisis. Wealthy countries are threatening the future of all the children in the world through carbon pollution.




  • Authors of research papers and articles on global issues for this month

    Germain Dufour.

    Germain Dufour, Global Civilizational State: the Application of the Scale of Global Rights to the global issue of our ways of doing business and trade worldwide threatening humanity's survival. Global Civilizational State: the Application of the Scale of Global Rights to the global issue of our ways of doing business and trade worldwide threatening humanity's survival.




      Read
     October 2020
    Evolutionity and Global Civilizational State: the Application of the Scale of Global Rights to Global Issues.


    Business, trade and global resources.
    ( see enlargement Business, trade and global resources. )

    To attain Peace in the world, we must take into account many aspects of Life in society.
    ( see enlargement To attain Peace in the world, we must take into account many aspects of Life in society. )




    Theme for this month, October 2020.

    Evolutionity and Global Civilizational State: the Application of the Scale of Global Rights to Global Issues.


    People worldwide are worries about unsolved problems related to the global warming of the planet, globalization, political instability and a regress to irrationality. Global Civilizational State  has proposed an alternative perspective encouraged by human evolution and expanding global governance, including Global Solidarity.

    Over the past several decades humanity has bettered itself through the acceptance of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights by most nations. But now is the time to reach to our next step of human evolution, that is the approval of a scale of social values, the Scale of Global Rights, and thus to prepare for Evolutionity, a new epoch to follow Postmodernity as envisioned in the book Tractatus Politico-Philosophicus of Professor W. Julian Korab-Karpowicz. Evolutionity and Global Civilizational State offer short and long term solutions to the people of all nations to assure the survival of life on Earth. Both solutions require the acceptance of the Scale of Global Rights as our guide for survival. Primordial human rights on the Scale are separate categories from those of community rights, the right of the greatest number of people, economic rights, social rights, cultural rights and religious rights. Ecological and primordial human rights are the only rights that have existed unchanged throughout the evolutionary origin of our species. Any major change would have threatened our very existence. All other human rights are rights created by human beings and can be changed depending of new circumstances; they are not stagnant but are rather flexible and adaptive, and they can evolve. Ecological and primordial human rights of this generation and of future generations are therefore much more important than any other human rights existing now and in the future.

    The First Congress on Polish Philosophy, Opole 2020.

    Kongres Filozofii Polskiej


    The organizer of the Congress is the Department of Philosophy at the University of Opole. The Congress has taken place at the University and in Orla Palace near Komin Wielkopolski (about 100km north of Opole).

    Orla Palace, Poland
    Orla Palace

    Orla is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Komin Wielkopolski, within Krotoszyn County, Greater Poland Voivodeship, in west-central Poland.

    The opening of the Congress, its conclusion and plenary lectures have taken place in the Auditorium of the University, and the sessions for paper presentation were in other Collegium Civitas rooms.

    Certificates were issued to confirm participation in the Congress.
    kongresfilozofiipolskiej.pl

    Prof. W. Julian Korab-Karpowicz Chair, English Session
    Program Committee
    The First Congress on Polish Philosophy
    http://kongresfilozofiipolskiej.pl/index.php/110-2/

    Here are the links to the work I have done to participate to the First Congress on Polish Philosophy, Opole, September 25, 2020.

    My presentation (text):
    http://globalcommunitywebnet.com/Dialogue2021/Newsletters/September2020/
    Congress_Philosophy_OPOLE2020/
    TalkCongressPolishPhilosophyOpole2020.html


    Paper:
    http://globalcommunitywebnet.com/Dialogue2021/Newsletters/September2020/
    Congress_Philosophy_OPOLE2020/
    CongressPolishPhilosophyOpole2020.html


    My presentation (video):

    The following videos were done using the same work from “My presentation (text)” shown above here. The only difference are the resolution of each video i.e. the first one has a low resolution of 24 MBs and was uploaded to my website. 
      http://globalcommunitywebnet.com/Dialogue2021/Newsletters/September2020/
    Congress_Philosophy_OPOLE2020/
    Congress_Polish_Philosophy_OPOLE2020_video.3gp


    The second video uses the same text but has a much higher resolution of about 79 MBs. 
    http://globalcommunitywebnet.com/Dialogue2021/Newsletters/September2020/
    Congress_Philosophy_OPOLE2020/
    Congress_Polish_Philosophy_OPOLE2020_video.mp4

    Certificate

    Table of Contents

    • Global Issue 1, sections 1,2,3, and 6 affected: Replacing both the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and Charters from all nations by the Scale of Global Rights will give more importance, substance, value, gravity, and urgency to human life, all life on Earth, and to the protection of the global life-support systems for this generation and future generations.Global Issue 1, sections 1,2,3, and 6 affected

    • Global Issue 2, sections 1,2,3, and 5 affected: Human activities are responsible for the greenhouse effect, global warming, and climate change, mostly through our use of fossil fuels, and could be catastrophic, and a tragic end to our present human evolution, without effective mitigation.Global Issue 2, sections 1,2,3, and 5 affected

    • Global Issue 3, sections 1,2,3, and 5 affected: Our ways of doing business and trade are causing the destruction of livelihood worldwide and that of the next generations, endangering all lifeforms on the planet, putting in great danger all global ecosystems, in short threatening the survival of all life on our planet. We need a complete turn around of our ways of doing things in business and trade.Global Issue 3, sections 1,2,3, and 5 affected

    • Global Issue 4, sections 1,2,3,4,5, and 6 affected: The need of Evolutionity and Global Civilizational State leadership to educate Peoples for humanity survival, and to emphasize moral virtues and a healthy intellectual development.Global Issue 4, sections 1,2,3,4,5, and 6 affected

    • Global Issue 5: sections 1,2,3,4, and 5 affected: Super rich Peoples and corporations became corrupted, greedy, no longer in line with humanity's survival on the planet.Global Issue 5: sections 1,2,3,4, and 5 affected

    • Global Issue 6: sections 1,2,3,4,5, and 6 affected: Global issues such as poverty, crime, racism, religious and ethnic conflict, terrorism, global warming, climate change, energy scarcity, are further magnified by the widening spread and quickening pace of globalization.Global Issue 6: sections 1,2,3,4,5, and 6 affected

    • Global Issue 7: sections 1,2,3,4,5, and 6 affected: There are several major global issues: conflicts and wars, no tolerance and compassion for one another, world overpopulation, human activities destroying and polluting, as population increases the respect and value of a human life is in decline, insufficient protection and prevention for global health, scarcity of resources and drinking water, poverty, Fauna and Flora species disappearing at a fast rate, global warming and global climate change, global pollution, deforestation, permanent lost of the Earth's genetic heritage, and the destruction of the global life-support systems and the eco-systems of the planet. Our goal for peace in the world can only be reached by resolving these important global problems. These problems have brought up a planetary state of emergency. Global Civilizational State found evidence that resolving all those global issues is the essential prerequisite for the effectiveness and exercise of all rights recognized for human beings. We need to build global communities for all life on the planet.Global Issue 7: sections 1,2,3,4,5, and 6 affected

    • Global Issue 8: sections 1,2,3,4,5, and 6 affected: The global coronavirus pandemic is the product of a staggering multitude of factors, including the air travel links connecting every corner of the planet so intimately and the failure of government officials to move swiftly enough to sever those links. But underlying all of that is the virus itself. Are we, in fact, facilitating the emergence and spread of deadly pathogens like the Ebola virus, SARS, and the coronavirus through deforestation, haphazard urbanization, and the ongoing warming of the planet? It may be too early to answer such a question unequivocally, but the evidence is growing that this is the case.Global Issue 8: sections 1,2,3,4,5, and 6 affected

    • Global Issue 9: sections 1,2,3,4,5, and 6 affected: Issues threatening the health and future of children and of the next generations. Climate change, ecological degradation, migrating populations, conflict, pervasive inequalities, predatory commercial practices, and the rampant spread of Covid-19 threaten the health and future of children in every country. What is even more worrisome and fearful is that children stand on the precipice of a climate crisis. Wealthy countries are threatening the future of all the children in the world through carbon pollution.Global Issue 9: sections 1,2,3,4,5, and 6 affected

    • Conclusion Conclusion

    • References References



    Reporting News
    ( see enlargement Reporting News)

    Reporting News.
    ( see enlargement Reporting News)


    Authors of research papers and articles on global issues for this month

    David Anderson, Lionel Anet, John Scales Avery, Subhankar Banerjee, Countercurrents Collective (5), Devdan Chaudhuri, Dr James M Dorsey, Richard Heinberg, Rob Hopkins, Robert Hunziker (3), Adithian K, Peter Koenig, Bhabani Shankar Nayak, Alton C Thompson (2), Talha Mujibi, Nick Turse.



    David Anderson, Extinction Possibility. Extinction Possibility.
    Lionel Anet, Our duty is to ensure that our young ones survive. Our duty is to ensure that our young ones survive.
    John Scales Avery, The Ecological Impact Of Militarism. The Ecological Impact Of Militarism.
    Subhankar Banerjee, Species in Peril: Loss, Love and Protection. Species in Peril: Loss, Love and Protection.
    Countercurrents Collective, Antarctica: Cracks in the ice. Antarctica: Cracks in the ice.
    Countercurrents Collective, Climate crisis: An emerging new Arctic. Climate crisis: An emerging new Arctic.
    Countercurrents Collective, Arctic sea ice shrinks to its second-lowest annual minimum extent ever. Arctic sea ice shrinks to its second-lowest annual minimum extent ever.
    Countercurrents Collective, Covid-19 pandemic has proved that free market policies have failed, says Pope
    Countercurrents Collective, More than 1 million – Covid-19 death toll worldwide. More than 1 million – Covid-19 death toll worldwide.
    Devdan Chaudhuri, New Silk Road and the Asian Century: India, China and the Empire. New Silk Road and the Asian Century: India, China and the Empire.
    Dr James M Dorsey, China’s Belt and Road pinpoints fundamental issues of our times.
    Richard Heinberg, What If Preventing Collapse Isn’t Profitable?
    Rob Hopkins, Why the Climate and Ecological Emergency Bill could lead to a revolution of the imagination. Why the Climate and Ecological Emergency Bill could lead to a revolution of the imagination.
    Robert Hunziker, Greenland Succumbs Greenland Succumbs
    Robert Hunziker, The Dying Planet Report 2020. The Dying Planet Report 2020.
    Robert Hunziker, Boundless Dying Trees. Boundless Dying Trees.
    Adithian K, The Future We Choose”: A Call for Action. The Future We Choose”: A Call for Action.
    Peter Koenig, Towards a New Gold Standard? Or a Currency War with China? Towards a New Gold Standard? Or a Currency War with China?
    Bhabani Shankar Nayak, Morality and Immorality in Contemporary Politics. Morality and Immorality in Contemporary Politics.
    Alton C Thompson, Another Reason to Change Our Species Name! Another Reason to Change Our Species Name!
    Alton C Thompson, Global Warming “Solutions” Global Warming Solutions
    Talha Mujibi, Hegemony or Survival. Hegemony or Survival.
    Nick Turse, John Hersey, Hiroshima, and the End of World. John Hersey, Hiroshima, and the End of World.


      Read
     September 2020

    Global Civilizational State.

    Volume 19 Issue 1 September 2020

    Theme for this month, September 2020.
    Proceedings of Global Dialogue 2020
    (September 1st 2019 to August 31st 2020). Global Dialogue 2020 Proceedings (September 1st 2019 to August 31st 2020).

    Theme of Global Dialogue 2020:

    Global Community will celebrate its 35th year in 2020. Prepare now! More significant and meaningful actions needed to save the Earth, all life.

    Proceedings of Global Dialogue 2020 (September 1st, 2019 to August 31, 2020) are ready for reading. Please do verify that your articles, comments and papers were correctly published, and that recommendations were appropriate, useful, pertinent, and proper. Authors of research papers and articles on global issues for Global Dialogue 2020 were published in the Dialogue Overview section at Dialogue Overview

    Proceedings of the Global Dialogue 2020


    Proceedings of Global Dialogue 2020.
    Artwork by Germain Dufour
    August 2020
    ( see enlargement Proceedings of the Global Dialogue 2020)


    Global Dialogue 2020 Proceedings

          Table of Contents

    Global Dialogue 2020 Proceedings include the:

    • List of all author names in all papers, articles, comments, opinions, recommendations of Global Dialogue 2020.
    • List of all author papers, articles, comments, opinions, recommendations of Global Dialogue 2020.
    • List of all Monthly Newsletters with all author names in papers, articles, comments, opinions, recommendations concerning the issues of Global Dialogue 2020.
    • We thank authors for their hard work and activism this dialogue. Over the past several decades, they have fought hard for the protection of the global life-support systems. Proceedings of all dialogues are available at:
      http://globalcommunitywebnet.com/GIMProceedings/
    • Dialogue Overview
    • Recommendations
    • Contributions made by researchers at the Global Dialogue from September 1st 2019 to August 31st 2020



    Global Dialogue 2020 Proceedings also include the contents of all sections shown above plus the contents of the following sections:

    • List of all author names in all papers, articles, comments, opinions, recommendations of all Global Dialogues since 1985.

      Global participants files.jj
      List of all participants and authors with their work from 1985 to 2007.jj
      All work can be found in Global Proceedings.jj
      Global Information Media (GIM) publishing monthly Newsletters dealing with global issues. Global Information Media (GIM) publishing monthly Newsletters dealing with global issues.

    • Listing of Global Roundtables 2020 and work from participants
    • Press releases of the Global Community from September 1st 2019 to August 31st 2020
    • Proclamations of the Global Community from September 1st 2019 to August 31st 2020
    • Monthly newsletters of the Global Community from September 1st 2019 to August 31st 2020
    • Scientific and investigative reports of the Global Community from September 1st 2019 to August 31st 2020
    • Work found in the main index for Global Information Media (GIM) concerning publications and activities of the Global Community from September 1st 2019 to August 31st 2020


    Global Dialogue 2020 Overview involved over 260 leaders from 90 countries. Participants were from 130 nations to dialogue on hundreds of issues.

    The OVERVIEW of Global Dialogue 2020 was written from the materials found in the workshop sessions, group discussions by email and discussion roundtables summaries, brain-storming exercises, vision statements, comments and recommendations, reviewing of research papers and from results of the dialogue held from September 1st 2019 to August 31st 2020, and especially the dialogue held in the month of August. Materials published in the press releases, proclamations and Newsletters were also included. OVERVIEW section can be accessed through the link Dialogue Overview shown here above at the top of this webpage.

    Global Dialogue 2020 Recommendations were those given in all papers, articles, and comments throughout Global Dialogue 2020. Following the assessment of the work done, other important recommendations were obtained. All were described and can be accessed through the link Recommendations shown here above at the top of this webpage.

    Reporting News
    ( see enlargement Reporting News)

    Reporting News.
    ( see enlargement Reporting News)

    Authors of research papers and articles on global issues for this month

    Haider Abbas, Pema Choden Bhutia, Professor Francis A Boyle, Juna Colo Castillo, Philip A Farruggio, Beatrice Fihn, Ankit Goyal, Amulya Anita Gurumurthy, Taj Hashmi, Robert Hunziker (3), Kaustubh Jain, Jay Janson, Bishaldeep Kakati, Dr Binoy Kampmark, Ankit Kumar, Dr S Jatin Kumar, KS Lakshmi Naraayan, Russian President Vladimir Putin, Bobby Ramakant, Anurag Ratan, Anjali Roy, K Sahadevan, Dr. Leo Semashko, Sartaj Singh, Siddharth Singh, Preeti Tej Singh.



    Haider Abbas, India Caught Between US And China-Russia Duel in India India Caught Between US And China-Russia Duel in India
    Pema Choden Bhutia, EIA: Environment Impact Assessment EIA: Environment Impact Assessment
    Professor Francis A Boyle, Hiroshima 75: The Criminality of Nuclear Deterrence! Hiroshima 75: The Criminality of Nuclear Deterrence!
    Juna Colo Castillo, Quédate en casa, Restez à la maison, Fique em casa, Stay at home, Resta a casa, ????????? ???? Quédate en casa, Restez à la maison, Fique em casa, Stay at home, Resta a casa, ????????? ????
    Philip A Farruggio, Something In the Air Something In the Air
    Beatrice Fihn, Citizens of the Earth! The Anti-Nuclear Manifesto for the salvation of humanity from the all-consuming suicidal/genocidal nuclear fire. Citizens of the Earth! The Anti-Nuclear Manifesto for the salvation of humanity from the all-consuming suicidal/genocidal nuclear fire.
    Ankit Goyal, Small Steps and Future Course: Answering the ‘How’ Small Steps and Future Course: Answering the ‘How’
    Amulya Anita Gurumurthy, The Capitalism Virus — Etymology of an Epidemic The Capitalism Virus — Etymology of an Epidemic The Capitalism Virus — Etymology of an Epidemic in India.
    Taj Hashmi, Intimidating China is One Thing, Overpowering It, An Absurd Dream! Intimidating China is One Thing, Overpowering It, An Absurd Dream!
    Robert Hunziker, The World on Fire The World on Fire
    Robert Hunziker, Freakish Arctic Fires Alarmingly Intensify Freakish Arctic Fires Alarmingly Intensify
    Robert Hunziker, Thawing Arctic Permafrost Thawing Arctic Permafrost
    Kaustubh Jain A nuclear-free world is crucial for sustainable development in India A nuclear-free world is crucial for sustainable development in India
    Jay Janson, People Worldwide Will Soon Demand Americans Stop Planing Nuclear War Endangering Us All! People Worldwide Will Soon Demand Americans Stop Planing Nuclear War Endangering Us All!
    Bishaldeep Kakati, EIA 2020: Why is it so perilous? EIA 2020: Why is it so perilous?
    Dr Binoy Kampmark, Climate Change Litigation: The Australian Government Gets Sued Climate Change Litigation: The Australian Government Gets Sued
    Ankit Kumar, A nuclear-free world is crucial for sustainable development in India A nuclear-free world is crucial for sustainable development in India
    Dr S Jatin Kumar, India-China Border Conflict: Need For A change In Attitude Of Indian Polity in India India-China Border Conflict: Need For A change In Attitude Of Indian Polity in India
    KS Lakshmi Naraayan, A nuclear-free world is crucial for sustainable development in India A nuclear-free world is crucial for sustainable development in India
    Russian President Vladimir Putin, Russia becomes first country to authorize COVID-19 vaccine. Russia becomes first country to authorize COVID-19 vaccine.
    Bobby Ramakant, For a better world, our lifestyle must be based on as less resources as possible For a better world, our lifestyle must be based on as less resources as possible
    Anjali Roy, A nuclear-free world is crucial for sustainable development in India A nuclear-free world is crucial for sustainable development in India
    Anurag Ratan, A nuclear-free world is crucial for sustainable development in India A nuclear-free world is crucial for sustainable development in India
    K Sahadevan, Capitalist Philanthropy: A Means of Circumventing the State? Capitalist Philanthropy: A Means of Circumventing the State?
    Dr. Leo Semashko, Citizens of the Earth! The Anti-Nuclear Manifesto for the salvation of humanity from the all-consuming suicidal/genocidal nuclear fire. Citizens of the Earth! The Anti-Nuclear Manifesto for the salvation of humanity from the all-consuming suicidal/genocidal nuclear fire.
    Sartaj Singh, A nuclear-free world is crucial for sustainable development in India A nuclear-free world is crucial for sustainable development in India
    Siddharth Singh, The Problematic Story of Draft EIA Notification 2020 in Environmental Protection The Problematic Story of Draft EIA Notification 2020 in Environmental Protection
    Preeti Tej Singh, Mother Earth Mother Earth


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