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10 Dez 2015

Roberto Lovato, AlterNet (US)

COP21: International Rights of Nature Tribunal Finds Corporations, Governments Guilty of Crimes Against Nature

…[A]uthor and activist Naomi Klein…and many others gathered for the COP21 conference believe that the agreement is “going to steamroll over equity red lines, which means that wealthy countries that have been emitting fossil fuels on an industrial scale for a couple hundred years will continue to fail to do our fair share of emission reductions.” Klein’s sentiments about the COP21 outcomes were shared by…the International Rights of Nature Tribunal…The tribunal concluded that a confluence of global interests…were guilty of crimes against Mother Nature…Desmond D’Sa, a Goldman Environmental Prize-winning activist and writer with the South Durban Community Environmental Alliance, said that the apartheid structures…have not disappeared. In fact, they have been reconfigured…by climate change…“What South Africa and other poor countries are doing is positioning themselves to get money from rich countries who will pay them for the right to put toxics and pollute them,”…