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What can we do to help end the oil age?
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*[[Action to End the Oil Age]]
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http://www.newint.org/features/2014/10/20/120-fossil-free.jpg
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Read the terrible story of what Shell have done to Ogoniland in the Niger Delta - it is now one of the most polluted places in the world, but people are fighting more to make Shell and the Nigerian government clean the area:
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First, a quiz about oil and this story:
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*[[QUIZ - Oil]]
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and here is the article:
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*[[The Spirit of Saro-Wiwa fights again in the Niger Delta]]
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http://www.newint.org/features/2014/10/17/protest-320.jpg
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Big companies are watching activists who protest against them:
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*[[I was watched by BP]]
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Couples who can't have children are happy to pay women in India to have the children for them? Is this good or bad for the surrogate mothers?
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*[[Is being a surrogate mother a good way out of poverty?]]
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And there is a Ready Lesson for intermediate learners on Surrogacy too:
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*[[READY LESSON (for Intermediate learners) : SURROGACY]]
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Read about this group of young people in Chechnya who are trying to get money for a room where they feel free:
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*[[A place to feel free]]
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Who can have free speech and why? Read about the blogger in Saudi Arabia who is now in prison:
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*[[What is free speech...?]]
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And finally, read about the pain and mental health problems in Palestine:
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*[[More pain]]
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'''From the web''', a PHOTO STORY - photos of the everyday life of refugees in and around Kobane, Syria:
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*[[PHOTO STORY: Refugees in Kobane, Syria]]
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'''And from the blogs this month''':
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Read about the Climate Caravan in Bangladesh - what are they doing to fight against climate change?:
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*[[Climate caravan 2014]]
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Do you think football clubs should get money from big oil companies like Gazprom? Read this and sign the petition:
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*[[Football must stop working with oil companies]]
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How are university students fighting against climate change?
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*[[Universities take action on anti-fossil fuel]]
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Read about the refugee camps in Calais - where they live is like hell:
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*[[The hell of refugees in Calais: we can't see them, so we don't think of them]]

Latest revision as of 17:05, 30 November 2014

It is certain that we are near the end of Big Oil. But can we make the end of the oil age come quicker?

What can we do to help end the oil age?

120-fossil-free.jpg

Read the terrible story of what Shell have done to Ogoniland in the Niger Delta - it is now one of the most polluted places in the world, but people are fighting more to make Shell and the Nigerian government clean the area:

First, a quiz about oil and this story:

and here is the article:

protest-320.jpg

Big companies are watching activists who protest against them:

Couples who can't have children are happy to pay women in India to have the children for them? Is this good or bad for the surrogate mothers?

And there is a Ready Lesson for intermediate learners on Surrogacy too:

Read about this group of young people in Chechnya who are trying to get money for a room where they feel free:

Who can have free speech and why? Read about the blogger in Saudi Arabia who is now in prison:

And finally, read about the pain and mental health problems in Palestine:

From the web, a PHOTO STORY - photos of the everyday life of refugees in and around Kobane, Syria:

And from the blogs this month:

Read about the Climate Caravan in Bangladesh - what are they doing to fight against climate change?:

Do you think football clubs should get money from big oil companies like Gazprom? Read this and sign the petition:

How are university students fighting against climate change?

Read about the refugee camps in Calais - where they live is like hell: