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  2. Nov 2023
    1. Das deutsche Bundesverfassungsgericht hat untersagt, dass 60 Milliarden Euro, die ursprünglich für Corona-Hilfen vorgesehen waren aber nicht abgerufen worden, für Klimaschutz- und andere Projekte benutzt werden. Die im deutschen Grundgesetz festgelegte Schuldenbremse dürfe so nicht umgangen werden. Damit ist die deutsche Bundesregierung zu einer Neu-Festlegung ihrer Klimapolitik gezwungen, die zu erheblichen Konflikten zwischen den Ampelparteien führen dürfte.https://www.derstandard.de/story/3000000195316/gericht-stoppt-finanztrick-der-deutschen-ampel

    1. In Afrika ist Gasinfrastruktur für 245 Milliarden Dollar geplant Vanessa Nakate ruft die westlichen Staaten auf, Afrika bei der Entwicklung erneuerbarer Energien zu unterstützen, statt Erdgasvorräte zu erschließen, Abhängigkeit und Verschmutzung zu steigern und die Klimakrise noch weiter zu verschärfen. Nakate argumentiert auch damit, dass nach dem neuesten IEA Report bereits 2025 ein Erdgasüberschuss herrschen wird. Nur 2% der Investitionen in Erneuerbare gehen im Augenblick nach Afrika https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2023/oct/27/rich-countries-fossil-fuels-africa-renewables-gas-climate

    1. Splitting a “transaction” into a mul-tistage pipeline of stream processors allows each stage to make progress based only on local data; it ensures that one partition is never blocked waiting for communication or coordination with another partition.

      Event logs allow for gradual processing of events.

    2. A subscriber periodically check-points the latest LSN it has processed to stable storage. When a subscriber crashes, upon recovery it resumes pro-cessing from the latest checkpointed LSN. Thus, a subscriber may process some events twice (those processed between the last checkpoint and the crash), but it never skips any events. Events in the log are processed at least once by each subscriber.



    1. Partially ordered event-based systems are well placed to supportsuch branching-and-merging workflows, since they already makedata changes explicit in the form of events, and their support forconcurrent updates allows several versions of a dataset to coexistside-by-side.

      Event-based systems allow for divergent views as first-class citizens.

    2. in Git terms, one user can create a branch (a setof commits that are not yet part of the main document version),and another user can choose whether to merge it

      Users are empowered to create composed views out of events of their choice.

      I.e., collaboration as composition.

      I.e., divergent views as first-class citizens.

    3. compute the differencesbetween versions of the document to visualise the change history
    4. we can reconstruct the state of thedocument at any past moment in time
    5. an initial event represents only the intention toperform a certain action
    6. Moreover, if processing an event may have external side-effectsbesides updating a replica state – for example, if it may trigger anemail to be sent – then the time warp approach requires some wayof undoing or compensating for those side-effects in the case wherea previously processed event is affected by a late-arriving eventwith an earlier timestamp. It is not possible to un-send an emailonce it has been sent, but it is possible to send a follow-up emailwith a correction, if necessary. If the possibility of such correctionsis unacceptable, optimistic replication cannot be used, and SMR oranother strongly consistent approach must be used instead. In manybusiness systems, corrections or apologies arise from the regularcourse of business anyway [27], so maybe occasional correctionsdue to out-of-order events are also acceptable in practice.
    7. If permanent deletion of records is required (e.g. to delete per-sonal data in compliance with the GDPR right to be forgotten [62]),an immutable event log requires extra care.
    8. In applications with a high rate of events, storing and replaying thelog may be expensive
    9. the level of indirection between the event log andthe resulting database state adds complexity in some types of appli-cations that are more easily expressed in terms of state mutations
    10. itis less familiar to most application developers than mutable-statedatabases
    11. it is easy to maintain severaldifferent views onto the same underlying event log if needed
    12. If the applicationdevelopers wish to change the logic for processing an event, forexample to change the resulting database schema or to fix a bug,they can set up a new replica, replay the existing event log usingthe new processing function, switch clients to reading from thenew replica instead of the old one, and then decommission theold replica [34].
    13. well-designed events oftencapture the intent and meaning of operations better than eventsthat are a mere side-effect of a state mutation [68].
    1. where the Indians shall have the same benefit, Advantages and Priviledges, as anyothers of His Majesty's Subjects

      While the Wabanaki/Mi'kmaq cede sovereignty over dispute-resolution to the British courts (and by extension gain rights within British Common Law), by virtue of the wording in this sentence, they have not ceded their absolute sovereignty.

      I conclude this since they continue to use a separate legal term "Indian" for the Mi'kmaq rather than describing them as "British Subjects".

      This further suggests, as with the 1725 treaty, that from the British perspective the Wabanaki nations are entering into either a sub-sovereign status or a transnational status. I am hesistant to assert that the Wabanaki share this sentiment, but I am confident in asserting that the British do not consider them to be either British Subjects or a vassal nation.

    2. first day of October Yearly, so long as they shall Continue inFriendship, Receive Presents of Blankets, Tobacco, and some Powder & Shot; and the saidIndians promise once every Year, upon the first of October to come by themselves or theirDelegates and Receive the said Presents and Renew their Friendship and Submissions

      Again, the British are now pledging to arm the Mi'kmaq as the French had done previously. Building upon their policy of replacing the French King in relations with Wabanaki.

      Given that the Wabanaki are presumably willing to establish such a relationship would suggest a shift in their foreign policy as well.

    3. That a Quantity of Bread, Flour, & such other Provisions as can be procured, necessary for theFamilys, and proportionable to the number of the said Indians, shall be given them half yearlyfor the time to come;

      Any nation which signs this treaty will gain the benefit of economic support from the British King. This was a role previously played by their amicable relationship with the French King, given that the missionary documents recorded such a practice.

      This suggests a shift in British policy wherein they wish to become the "patron's" of the Indigenous nations while the Wabanaki appear to be more amenable to the British (whether willingly or by coercion).

    4. It is agreed that the said Tribe of Indians shall not be hindered from, but have free liberty ofHunting & Fishing as usual

      Two things occur to me with this passage. Firstly, this is something the Mi'kmaq have actively asked for and the British have conceded ("It is agreed..." suggests that both parties have concluded this together to the benefit of the Mi'kmaq).

      Secondly, this is a positive right for the Mi'kmaq and a restriction of British liberty. Mi'kmaw hunters and fishers are free to exercise their right to hunting and fishing throughout Mi'kma'ki and now the British are restricted from obstructing this practice. This was one of the primary disputes the Mi'kmaq had with the founding of Halifax overtop Kjipuktuk.

    5. be buried in Oblivion with theHatchet

      The British invoke a concept from the Haudenosaunee and their Great Law of Peace. Without digressing too much, the Haudenosaunee first confederated by quite literally "burying their hatchets" and affirming a permanent state of peace between the 5 founding nations of the confederation.

      I imagine the British, being traditional allies of the Haudenosaunee, are either invoking this concept or otherwise agreeing to the Wabanaki's invocation of it. This suggests something both deeper and grander than the wording used in the previous treaty of 1725.

    6. Renewed, Reiterated,and forever Confirmed by them and their Tribe;

      While the overall language of this document suggests the submission of the Wabanaki, and thus suggests that they have lost the war to the British, the fact that the previous treaty is "Renewed, Reiterated, and forever Confirmed" might very well be a compromise from the British as well.

      The justification for war given by the Wabanaki in July of 1721 mentions British violations of this treaty. Presuming that they either have no objections to the terms of this treaty or have otherwise amended them through the other terms of this treaty suggests to me that it is in the interests of the Wabanaki to renew this older treaty.

    1. all the Captives taken

      The wording of "all captives" suggests both captives of the British and of the Wabanaki. This is likely a concession to the Wabanaki Confederacy from the British as European powers would traditionally hold hostages as ensurances of peace.

      One of the reasons the Wabanaki entered this war was due to a hostage not being returned after payment was duly rendered (28 July 1721). The fact that the British do not repeat this policy suggests that they have conceded to a request from the Wabanaki.

    2. They being now Sensibleof the Miseries and Troubles they have Involved themselves in, and being Desirous to berestored to his Majesty's Grace and Favour and to live in Peace

      The British characterise the Wabanaki as being the party responsible for the war and suggest that they had previously been in the good graces of the British King.

      This clause also suggests that the Wabanaki have acknowledged this responsibility and indicates that this acknowledgement is a condition of the treaty.

    3. Contrary to the several Treatys they have Solemnly Entered into with the saidGovernments made an Open Rupture and have continued some years in Acts of Hostility

      The British characterise previous treaties signed with the Wabanaki Confederacy to have been both agreed upon and ruptured.

      At the outbreak of this war, the Wabanaki accused the British of having entered into these "treaties" through trickery and declared them all null-and-void.

    4. present war

      The war in question is known as Dummer's War (or Father Rale's War) and was sparked by the dispute raised by the Wabanaki in their letter dated 28 July 1721 and addressed to the Governor of Boston, Samuel Shute.

  3. Oct 2023
    1. to declare to all the Frenchinhabitants who have abandoned their habitations, and to all the others who have taken the oath ofallegiance to his Britannic Majesty, that their oath continues in force as it has always done, and thatnobody can annul it without the permission of the king of England, and that, if they be taken in armsagainst his Britannic Majesty in any place whatever, they shall be treated and punished as criminals.

      It appears that the British will consider any Acadians who take up arms against them as criminals (i.e. treason) rather than soldiers in an armed conflict.

      The reference to an Oath of Allegiance to the British monarch suggests that the Acadians had at one point of time sworn an oath of fealty, unlike the Indigenous actors in this struggle.

    1. Thou seest from the peace treaty of which I am sending thee the copy that thou must livepeacefully with me. Is it living peacefully with me to take my land away from me against mywill? My land which I received from God alone, my land of which no king nor foreign power hasbeen allowed or is allowed to dispose against my will

      Appealing to European legal concepts, the Wabanaki argue that the peace treaty (Treaty of Utrecht 1713) protects their lands from annexation and asserts their sovereignty as an independent nation.

    1. he also wants to destroy the attachment I have to you as a true father

      Not only are the Abenaki perturbed by the contested annexation of their land by the British, but also the notion that they require an oath of fealty to the George I (Protestant) rather than that already sworn to Louis XIV (Catholic) and the French Crown.

    2. What extent of my Lands has he not already seized after almost entirely destroyingme there, and now he wants to become master of what remains, where the smallnumber of us who escaped his fury have remained. According to the English, you havelet him do this

      Due to prior English expansionism, the Abenaki's traditional lands had been limited to what is presumably a rump state. But even this diminished territory is at risk of annexation by the British after the Treaty of Utrecht.

      The author also expresses incredulity at the fact that a treaty was signed without their knowledge or consent. Given that he states that the English informed him of this would suggest that the French did not inform the Abenaki of these diplomatic and political events.

    3. au roi de France pour obtenir son appui alors que les Anglaischerchent à s'emparer de leurs terres, vers 1715

      Based on the title, it would appear that this letter is written for the purpose of gaining the support of the French King (either Louis the XIV or XV depending on the month this was written) against the English/British (led by George I) who are apparently seizing the land of the Abenaki.

      This seizure is likely due to the Treaty of Utrecht signed two years earlier (1713) and given the narrative in the text it seems that they were not informed by the French of this peace treaty but by the English.

    1. c'est nous-mêmes qui ont défendu aux députés que vousdemandez d'aller au Port Royal parce que nous sommes sur la défiance de tout le monde

      It appears as if the British had sent delegates to negotiate peace with the Mi'kmaq at Port Royal and that the nation had protected the delegates from harm.

      The Mi'kmaw leaders also mention that they are characterised as if they were defying the entire world (i.e. everyone) which would suggest that the French are also expressing public dissatisfaction with the Mi'kmaq in British-controlled Mi'kma'ki.

    2. ue c'est vous qui avez pris Canceau et Aldin

      The Mi'kmaw leaders mention that they have taken some British captive and assert that they have been taken hostage in reaction to the British claiming the island of Canceau and Aldin.

      The former of which is situated between Unama'kik (Isle Royale/Cape Breton) and Eskikewa'kik (North-Eastern Nova Scotia).

    3. dans la prise d'Aldon. Nous vous disons que cela n'est point véritable et quenous n'avons que faire de l'avis des François pour faire ce que nous croyons être nécessaired'être fait dans son temps.

      Aldon has been taken by the French at an indeterminate time. These Mi'kmaw leaders make a point to both differentiate themselves from the French and to insist that neither themselves nor the French are involved in each other's decision-making or in determining each other's interests in the region.

    4. Nous croyons que cette terre que Dieu nous a donnée, dont nous pouvons compter êtreaussitôt que les arbres y sont nés ne nous paroît être disputée par personne

      The Mi'kmaw leaders, Antoine and Pierre Couaret, predicate their argument similary to that of the Mi'kmaw leaders in Kjipuktuk.

      Namely, the Mi'kmaq have inhabited these lands since time immemorial and that God has granted them this land.

    1. There is nothing more that remains except Kjipuktuk. You want thispiece of Land too, and even here you want to chase me away. I know by these actionsthat you will continuously make war against me and never make an alliance.

      The Mi'kmaw leaders emphasise the central importance of Kjipuktuk (as discussed in our introductory video) and the fact that the British are driving their nation from all portions of Mi'kma'ki. This is used to justify Mi'kmaw resistance to both the British presence in Mi'kma'ki and to British expansion in this region.

    2. My kingand your king have split the Land between them in order to bring about peace, but Icannot make peace or alliance with you

      The Mi'kmaw leaders are referring to the partition of Mi'kma'ki under the Treaty of Utrecht (1713) by the British and French Crowns.

      They are also asserting their opposition to this partition and the fact that the Mi'kmaq were not involved in these negotiations.

    3. Yes, I judge, it is God who has given it to me, as my country, in perpetuity

      The Mi'kmaw leaders are beginning to use similar rhetoric as the Europeans in their land claims. By appealing to a God-given right, in Catholic terminology, they are actively contesting the European narrative using the coloniser's own internal logic.

      This statement also appeals to a primordial event which the colonisers cannot adequately contest if they accept either providence or occassionalism as philosophical/theological concepts.

    1. Die Europäische Union hat ihre Verhandlungslinie für die #COP28 festgelegt. Dabei ist es nicht gelungen, den kompletten Verzicht auf fossile Brennstoffe zu fordern. Stattdessen wird auf Druck Polens Ungarns und Italiens die Formulierung "non-abated" verwendet, allerdings nur für Verwendungen außerhalb der Energieerzeugung. https://www.liberation.fr/environnement/futur-sommet-climat-lunion-europeenne-fait-un-pas-vers-la-fin-du-petrole-20231017_YFNYZ4VUWBCEHKS5PJVE4VLNYY/

    1. Mit drastischen Repressionsmaßnahmen versuchte die Polizei, Proteste gegen die Internationale Automobilausstellung IAAA in München zu unterdrücken. Verdächtig wirkende Personen wurden in der Stadt festgehalten und durchsucht, während der Automobiliindustrie große Flächen als „open spaces“ zur Veerfügung gestellt wurden. Dennoch erregten Proteste und Aktionen große öffentliche Aufmerksamkeit. https://taz.de/Protest-gegen-Automobilausstellung-IAA/!5956556/

  4. Sep 2023
    1. Der französische Präsident Macron hat in einer "Rede zur ökologischen Planung" dargestellt, wie Frankreich bis 2030 138 Millionen Tonnen CO2-Emissionen einsparen soll. Einige der Maßnahmen, z.b Förderung der Telearbeit Carsharing und Unterstützung des Leasing von Elektroautos, sind entschiedener als in vielen anderen Staaten. Insgesamt schätzen Fachleute die Maßnahmen aber als zu vorsichtig und zum Teil sogar als Verwässerung früher angekündigter Schritte ein. https://www.liberation.fr/politique/en-direct-suivez-le-conseil-de-planification-ecologique-et-le-discours-demmanuel-macron-20230925_R24KBBQHMFBNJDH2457O7LDNMU/

      Text und Video der Rede: https://www.elysee.fr/emmanuel-macron/2023/09/25/conseil-de-planification-ecologique

    1. Washington Post-Artikel zum Sturm Daniel und seinen Folgen. Der Artikel behandelt auch das zugrundeliegende Wetter-Muster, das durch die globale Erhitzung häufiger werden könnte, und dessen Folgen von den hohen Temperaturen dieses Jahrs verstärkt wurden. Dasselbe Muster hat zu Starkregen in Spanien und einer Hitzewelle im mittleren Europa, vor allem in Frankreich geführt. https://www.washingtonpost.com/weather/2023/09/05/greece-flooding-daniel-climate-europe/

  5. Aug 2023
    1. And nothing had ever been nearly so hot, so potentially clout-rich, as Covid-19. We all know why. It was global. It was synchronous. We were digitally connected, talking about the same thing for weeks, months, years, and on the same global platforms. As Steven W Thrasher writes in The Viral Underclass, Covid-19 marked “the first viral pandemic also to be experienced via viral stories on social media”, creating “a kind of squared virality”.

      Reminds of when tv shows were the talk of the town the next morning: everyone had seen it. You knew others had seen it, because there was just the two channels. It was a communally binding thing this talking about it. Media splintered, our interaction splintered, became diffuse. Covid centered everyones attention on a single thing. Globally, synchronous, on specific platforms, not just in the abstract but with individual's stories through our digital connections. Vgl [[Schaal van aandacht splitst 20210222161155]] wrt attention diffusion, Covid undid the diffusion.

    1. Salesforce Experience Cloud serves as a comprehensive platform that enables you to create various digital experiences, such as partner portals, volunteer communities, support portals, customer communities, and more. It’s a space that empowers your users to stay up-to-date with the latest information, access valuable resources, communicate with each other, provide feedback, or contact you to resolve their issues. Therefore, utilizing such an environment to host events will undoubtedly revolutionize the way they are managed and experienced.

      Interesting, should investigate this later, must be worthwhile

    1. Bei der Konferenz der Amazonas-Staaten haben sich vor allem Venezuela und Bolivien gegen die Absicht der brasilianischen Regierung und die Forderung der indigenen Völker gewandt, die Entwaldung bis 2030 zu beenden. Der französische Präsident Macron hat trotz Einladung nicht an dem Gipfel teilgenommen. Eduardo Viola, den die Libération gefragt hat, sieht das Ansteigen der Militärausgaben des Westens als einen Grund dafür, dass ausreichende Mittel für die Dekarbonisierung weiter nicht zur Verfügung gestellt werden.


    1. Eine Schlammlawine hat in der nordwestchinesischen Stadt Xi'an 21 Menschen getötet. Sie geht auf Regenfälle in der Folge des Taifuns und späteren tropischen Sturms Khanun zurück, der auch in anderen Teilen Chinas zu schweren Überschwemmungen führte. Vor Khanun hatten der Taifun Doksuri und Regengebiete in Verbindung mit den HItzewellen des Sommers Überflutungen verursacht. https://www.theguardian.com/weather/2023/aug/13/death-toll-from-mudslide-in-xian-region-of-china-rises

    1. Der Brite Jim Skea wurde zum neuen Vorsitzenden des IPCC gewählt. In einem Spiegel-Interview wiederholte er das Statement, dass das Überschreiten des 1,5°-Ziels nicht das Ende der Menschheit bedeute. Skea bezog sich auf die Aussage des IPCC, dass das 1,5° Ziel nur nach einem zeitweisen Überschreiten durch Entfernung von CO<sub>2</sub> aus der Atmosphäre erreicht werden kann. Er betonte wiederum, dass jedes Zehntelgrad weniger Temperaturerhöhung von enormer Relevanz ist. https://taz.de/15-Grad-Ziel-in-Klimadebatte/!5948023/

    1. Der Earth Overshoot Day 2023 wurde in diesem Jahr fünf Tage später als im Vorjahr erreicht, was aber größtenteils auf eine veränderte Berechnungsmethode zurückzuführen ist. Insgesamt verbraucht die Menschheit nach dem Berechnungen des Global FootprintNnetwork 1,75 mal so viel regenerierbare Ressourcen als pro Jahr zur Verfügung stehen. https://taz.de/Erdueberlastungstag/!5951934/

  6. Jul 2023
    1. Seit 2020 haben die 20 ärmsten Länder 50 Milliarden Dollar Schldenan die G20-Staaten zurückgezahlt. Diese Beträge stehen für Klimaschutz und Klimaanpassung der oft besonders vulnerablen Länder nicht zur Verfügung. Bei einem Trffen der G20-Finanzminister*innen wurden keine Fortschritte bei der Entschuldung der ärmsten Länder erreicht. https://taz.de/Schuldenkrise-im-Globalen-Sueden/!5945035/

    1. Sultan Al Jaber, der Präsident der COP28, weigert sich im Gespräch mit der Agentur AFP ein Ausstiegsdatum für fossile Energien anzugeben. Man könne auf sie erst verzichten, wenn man über ein neues Energiesystem verfüge, es lasse sich dafür kein Datum angeben. Al Jaber hatte zuvor in einer Rede vor Vertreterinnen europäischer Länder und China ein Schlussabkommen der COP28. Dabei soll der private Sektor eine stärkere Rolle haben als bisher


    1. Vor der Pariser Konferenz zur Klimafinanzierung, bei der vor allem die sogenannte Bridgetown Agenda diskutiert werden soll, begründet Avinash Persaud, ein Berater der Premierministerin von Barbados, die Forderungen nach radikaler Veränderung und Aufstockung der Klimafinanzierung. Die Summen, die der globale Süden für klimaanpassung und Klimaschutz erhält, müssen potenziert werden, damit diese Länder der Klimakatastrophe wirksam begegnen können. Nicholas Stern und Vera Songwe beziffern den jährlichen klimafinanzbedarf des globalen Südens auf Billionen Dollar, etwa die Summe, die zurzeit für fossile Energien ausgegeben wird. https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2023/jun/18/countries-are-drowning-climate-expert-calls-for-urgent-rethink-on-scale-of-aid-for-developing-worldexpert:

    1. Beim Pariser Klima-Finanzgipfel wurden nur wenige Entlastungen für den globalen Süden beschlossen worden. Die Weltbank hat 100 Milliarden Dollar Finanzierung pro Jahr zugesagt. Einige Staaten bemühen sich um internationale Steuern zur Finanzierung von Anpassung und Klimaschutz. Ein Durchbruch bei der Verschuldung wurde nicht erreicht. In Einzelfällen wird auf die Rückzahlung von Schulden verzichtet. Ein Verzicht auf fossile Energien wurde nicht diskutiert.


    1. Hintergrundinformationen zum Pariser Gipfel zur Klimafinanzierung, der in dieser Woche stattfinden wird. Wichtig ist vor allem, ob bei dieser Konferenz tatsächlich Schritte in Richtung auf eine Reform der Finanzierung der Länder des globalen Südens unternommen werden, wozu ein Schuldenerlass und eine Veränderung von Kreditvergabe ebenso gehören wie eine neue Definition der Rollen der Weltbank und des internationalen Währungsfonds.


    1. Vor dem Klimafinanz Gipfel in Paris ruft Kristalina Georgieva, Chefin des internationalen Währungsfonds, dazu aufgerufen, die Kreditbedingungen für Länder des globalen Südens, die von der Klimakrise betroffen sind, zu verbessern. Eines wichtiges Element seien Klima-Swaps, bei denen ein Teil von Zinsen oder Rückzahlungen für Maßnahmen gegen die Klimakrise verwendet wird. https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2023/jun/20/climate-crisis-hit-poor-countries-should-have-debt-relief-says-imf-chief

  7. Jun 2023
    1. Die Agenda für die COP28, die erst am Ende der Bonner Vorbereitungskonferenz beschlossen wurde, die in den vergangenen beiden Wochen stattfand, sieht weder Verhandlungen über emissionsminderungen noch solche über die finanzielle Unterstützung ärmererer Länder vor. Damit haben sich die Gegner von Verhandlungen über wirksame Schritte zur Dekarbonisierung durchgesetzt https://taz.de/Naechste-Weltklimakonferenz/!5938710/

    1. Die Vereinigten Arabischen Emirate und andere Petrostaaten versuchen offen, die Öl- und Gasindustrie in eine Schlüsselrolle im COP-Prozess zu bringen. Propagandistisch wird das u.a. durch eine Bot-Armee auf Twitter unterstützt. Die UAE haben gerade die Zustimmung der OPEC zur Erschließung umfangreicher weiterer Öl- und Gaslager erhalten. https://www.nytimes.com/2023/06/14/climate/oil-fossil-fuel-climate-cop28.html

    1. Bei der Vorbereitung der COP28 in Bonn geht es nach wie vor vor allem um die Fixierung der Themen der Klimakonferenz. Ein neues Gutachten stellt fest, dass sich die großen Ölkonzerne nicht an die Vorgaben des Pariser Klimaabkommens halten.

    1. They create a lot of useful content on there site, which they are happy for users to copy and paste for use elsewhere. They wanted to know how often this was happening, on which pages, and what text.
  8. May 2023
  9. Apr 2023
    1. Das Interview mit dem UAE-Ölminister, #Adnoc-Chef und #COP28-Präsidenten Sultan Al Jaber ist ein Paradebeispiel dafür, wie die Fossil-Branche den Kampf gegen die durch sie verursachte Klimakatastrophe hijackt. Dazu gehört es auch - verkörpert durch diesen Minister, der gleichzeitig Firmenchef ist - das hochpolitische Öl- und Gasgeschäft als Business-as-usual auszugeben.