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This is what happens when government make selfish laws and think only about themselves. Up Netherlands farmers for taking the bull by the horn and standing up to wrong legislation and bad government with unwavering determination because _...Read More_
This is what happens when government make selfish laws and think only about themselves. Up Netherlands farmers for taking the bull by the horn and standing up to wrong legislation and bad government with unwavering determination because _...Read More_
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Wealthy companies are using the facade of ‘nature-based solutions’ to enact a great carbon land grab.
Wealthy companies are using the facade of ‘nature-based solutions’ to enact a great carbon land grab.
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>"Demonstrators in the Netherlands defied a government ban on large protests to voice their anger over Covid-19 restrictions. Meanwhile, more countries in Europe are implementing or considering further measures to contain the Omicron _...Read More_
>"Demonstrators in the Netherlands defied a government ban on large protests to voice their anger over Covid-19 restrictions. Meanwhile, more countries in Europe are implementing or considering further measures to contain the Omicron _...Read More_
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>"Its main owner said it would pause the $2.6 billion project, just over a week after Shell pulled out."
>"Its main owner said it would pause the $2.6 billion project, just over a week after Shell pulled out."
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"The energy company’s Nigerian subsidiary must pay out over a 2008 case, Court of Appeal in The Hague rules."
"The energy company’s Nigerian subsidiary must pay out over a 2008 case, Court of Appeal in The Hague rules."