Did you fall into the trap of Black Friday? Have you joined in to get as much as you can as best you can, via Amazon to send you things? It’s clear that Amazon’s mistreatment of workers knows no limits – unless we challenge it. That’s why Amazon workers in multiple locations in Germany haveContinue reading “Amazon and Black Friday”
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Good and bad news in our race between Armageddon and awesome
2022 will go down as a watershed year for the escalating climate crisis. From this year onwards we tried to present some writings of a global team of reporters covering events – and their impact – at every stage.
The Telegraph Frontpage for 2022/10/28
By Chris Price Good morning. The Prime Minister and the Chancellor’s efforts to balance the books could see them target energy firms again. Meanwhile, Elon Musk’s Twitter takeover could allow Donald Trump to return. Rishi Sunak plans to expand windfall tax grab Rishi Sunak is drawing up plans to expand the windfall tax on energyContinue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage for 2022/10/28”
Composted reads for the first week of September 2022
Preppers, sewage, dirty, undrinkable and clean water.
What you might have missed the first week of August 2022 in The Independent on Climate
What you might have missed At least 24 dead after intense flooding hits eastern Uganda Four dead in California’s largest wildfire of the year so far; entire town is wiped out BP is ‘laughing all the way to the bank’ with bumper profits while households face poverty, say campaigners Amazon’s carbon emissions have risenContinue reading “What you might have missed the first week of August 2022 in The Independent on Climate”
Our selection from the Observer 2022 July 11 July 17
July 11 Leaked Documents Show How Uber Embraced Violence to Achieve Its Corporate Ambitions A trove of new leaked Uber documents shows just how far executives went to expand the company, encouraging management to embrace violence in order to advance their corporate ambitions. By Courtney Vinopal READ MORE A ‘Tax the Rich’ Climate Protest ShutsContinue reading “Our selection from the Observer 2022 July 11 July 17”
The Guardian composted reads for the beginning of July 2022
Composted reads Story of the week Why are we feeding crops to our cars when people are starving? George Monbiot Modern biofuels are touted as a boon for the climate. But they are no more sustainable than whale oil The good news Amazon: e-cargo bikes to replace thousands of van deliveries in London Newly identifiedContinue reading “The Guardian composted reads for the beginning of July 2022”
Selected reads from the Observer for the second quarter of 2022
Associate and Resident Directors and Choreographers Unionize with SDC Some associates were making less than minimum wage and had no healthcare, while others had benefits and made three thousand dollars a week. By Annie Levin READ MORE A $20 Million Nazi-Looted Kandinsky Has Been Returned to Rightful Owner’s Heirs ‘Bild mit Häusern (Painting with Houses)’Continue reading “Selected reads from the Observer for the second quarter of 2022”
A violent assault after violent assault on the American communities to be stopped
Before a dangerous man succeeds in returning as a candidate for the American presidency, people should stand up and raise their voices to avoid such atrocity. and bring a halt to the extreme right its launching violent assault after violent assault on the American communities.
Online retail giant Amazon its first quarterly loss since 2015
Last year many online shops boosted. As online sales soared due to the pandemic, which kept shoppers at home more, the online retail giant Amazon made an $8.1 billion profit in the first quarter of the year 2021. For 2022 Amazon registered its first quarterly loss since 2015, losing $3.8 billion in the first quarter.Continue reading “Online retail giant Amazon its first quarterly loss since 2015”