Putin and Xi form a new axis against Nato

As the West shores up their own strategies as conflict looms so is the East. Russia has turned to China to request its backing. President Xi has given his support to Putin’s demands and promised to defend each other’s interests against America.

About Three-in-Ten U.S. Adults Are Now Religiously Unaffiliated

It might well be that in the developed countries Christians may be in the majority, but everywhere in the capitalist states we see that having an active faith is not anymore of importance. The latest Pew Research Center survey of the religious composition of the United States finds the religiously unaffiliated share of the publicContinue reading “About Three-in-Ten U.S. Adults Are Now Religiously Unaffiliated”

South African Corona variant endangering the world

Thanks to a combination of infection and vaccinations Britain might be nearer the end of its pandemic than any other country in Europe, whilst those countries are having to face a new more dangerous variant, called B.1.1.529 — which has been identified in South Africa. At present in the UK there are about 1,000 deathsContinue reading “South African Corona variant endangering the world”

Are we shambling into WWIII?

Originally posted on ShamblingApocalypse.com:
World War I started with the assassination of Arch Duke Ferdinand by Serbian extremists. This shows that even in the beginning of the 20th century the world was so interconnected that an assassination in Bosnia could lead to a world war. Of course this happened because there was great tension…

A follow-up for COP26

The world leaders did not achieve immediate, drastic, unprecedented, annual emission cuts at the source which means they’re failing when it comes to this climate crisis.
Now the world shall have to wait for further negotiations, for many countries  (like the Maldives) the answer or action shall be too late.

Wereldwijde roep om verandering vond geen goede echo

Een gedeeltelijk teleurstellend eindresultaat voor de COP26, maar nog een opening naar volgend jaar.

Climate talks with a familiar outcome

In the Paris Agreement in 2015, countries committed to limit temperature rises to “well below” 2C and pursue efforts to limit them to 1.5C to avoid the most dangerous storms, droughts, crop failures, floods and disease.
Scientists have warned keeping temperature rises to 1.5C requires global emissions to be cut by 45% by 2030, and to zero overall by mid-century.
Our fragile planet is still hanging by a thread. We are still knocking on the door of climate catastrophe whilst so many countries again proved that their economic interests are more important than the saving of the planet.

According to research temperature rises will top 2.4C by the end of this century

Countries responsible for about 90% of global emissions have signed up to net zero goals, mostly by around 2050 for developed countries, rising to 2060 for China and 2070 for India, but the NDCs for actions in the next decade do not match up. The climate responds to the cumulative carbon in the atmosphere, so if emissions are high enough in the next two decades the world could surpass the 1.5C limit even if carbon reaches net zero later.

Joe Biden has criticised the leaders of China and Russia for not turning up to the COP26 climate summit

US President Joe Biden said that Xi Jinping’s absence was a “big mistake” and that Vladimir Putin, his Russia’s wilderness, was burning whilst their president “stays mum” about the issue.

World leaders gathering in the Scottish city of Glasgow for the UN climate conference

Facing the terrible consequences of our carelessness and neglect of nature around us this time, the world leaders shall not only have to come up with promises, but they shall also have to make sure that all promises are met.
To avert climate disaster, we need resilient societies built on love and respect, not just technology

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