Haiyan Costs – Climate Walkout – Somalia Cyclone – Arctic 30 – Dutch Law Suit – Congo Peacekeepers – Jurist – Dubai Taxi
This week we look again at the damage and recovery after Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines. Poor nations walk out in protest at Climate Summit in Warsaw. Aid begins to arrive for Somali cyclone victims. The Russian government has released more of the arctic 30 activists. While the Dutch government in suing Russia over its treatment of the Greenpeace activists. Over in Congo, a German pacifist now leads a new kind of UN Peacekeeping force in Congo. This week's NEWZ Source is Jurist.org, a massive collection of information about court cases from around the world. Lastly, a big thank you and update as the Dubai Taxi Driver project has now hit its funding goal.
- The Costs of Typhoon Haiyan
- Poor Countries Walk Out of Climate Talks in Poland
- Aid Arrives for Somalia’s Cyclone Damaged Regions
- Russia Releases More of the Arctic 30
- Dutch Government’s Law Suit Against Russia
- German Pacifist Leads UN Force in Congo
- NEWZ Source: Jurist
- Dubai Taxi Driver Campaign Hits Goal
Congratulations on the success of your Kickstarter campaign, Mark. But shouldn’t you do the customary “you did it / thanks”-update if you reached your goal three days ago?
To the German “pacifist”: that’s classical newspeak, I mean that’s literally war is peace.
Hey Ad.. thank you. Yes I should. I’ve been a busy bee and Im kind of watching to see what happens with the campaign. But yes, , message to the people, coming up this weekend.