Hello Kitty …
Hello Kitty …
‘The endless conspiracy theories and denial of facts. The lies, hate and bullying of children who communicate and act on the science. All because some adults – terrified of change – so desperately don’t want to talk about the #ClimateCrisis. This is hope in disguise. We’re winning.’ #COP25
An unedited, uncut, real time view of the gelmerbahn decending from the summit into the valley. Filmed from the front seat.
Kristinn Hrafnsson, Editor-In-Chief of WikiLeaks
Australian National Press Club, 3 December 2019
The Fate of Journalism & Julian Assange “we have an old conflict being fought on new battlefields, in new media, on new devices and platforms. But the stakes are perhaps greater than they have ever been.”
“Unless we move boldly, we may lose the planet—& you’re not going to deal effectively with the environmental crisis unless you deal with the economic crisis at the same time. If the choice is either jobs or the environment—that’s no choice at all.”
The winter solstice is the shortest day. It offers the shortest period of daylight. But, unless you live close to the Arctic Circle or Antarctic Circle, your earliest sunsets aren’t on or even near the solstice itself. Instead, your earliest sunsets will come before the winter solstice. The exact date of earliest sunset depends on your latitude. If you live in the southernmost U.S., or a comparable latitude (say, around 25 or 26 degrees north latitude), your earliest sunsets are in late November. If you’re farther north – say, around 40 degrees north latitude – your earliest sunsets are around December 7.