Simon Leufstedt

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  16. World Water Development Report graph2

    Read the story: UN warns the world could face a catastrophic global water crisis by 2030

    © World Water Development Report 2015

  17. Read the story: UN warns the world could face a catastrophic global water crisis by 2030

    © World Water Development Report 2015

  18. Climate Change Dialogues: Denialists and the Disadvantaged

    Good post Megan, thank you for sharing it with us. I've featured your blog on the frontpage!
  19. Sign on climate change at the Gates Foundation.

    © Matthew Rimmer

  20. Bill Gates on climate change

    Bill Gates during a 2013 speech on climate change.

    © Matthew Rimmer

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      Eva Henderson

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      Eva Henderson

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  24. I think this quote by Nnimmo Bassey, a Nigerian activist who received the Right Livelihood Award in 2010, is spot on: “This is very shocking. I never knew that they had so much of this kind of investment. If this is a charity that really care about the health of the people, they ought not to be investing in fossil fuel industries. They should pull back their resources from this sector completely.”