As European and North American military alliances prepare to “wage war on climate change,” the real war on nature and vulnerable communities rages in the background.
As the world gathers at COP28 in Dubai amidst an accelerating climate crisis, the Oakland Institute’s new brief, Exempted! The US Military Industrial Complex and the Climate Crisis, reveals a critical blind spot in global climate agreements. Despite being the world’s largest institutional emitter of greenhouse gases, the US military is completely exempt from international reporting obligations, significantly undermining global climate action.
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Die Nordatlantikpakt-Organisation ist ein 1949 gegründetes Militärbündnis von 31 Ländern des globalen Nordens. Die NATO wird von den Vereinigten Staaten dominiert, seit ihrer Gründung ist der Oberste Befehlshaber immer ein amerikanischer General. NATO-Verbündete müssen mit der US-Militärmaschinerie, dem größten Verbraucher fossiler Brennstoffe auf dem Planeten, interoperabel sein.
The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation is an exclusive military alliance of 31 Euro-Atlantic countries founded in 1949. It is dominated by the United States. Since its inception, the NATO Supreme Allied Commander has always been an American general. NATO allies must be interoperable with the US military machine, which is the largest consumer of fossil fuel on the planet.
NATO is taking another role in the global escalation of conflicts between the West and the global majority. It is not only a role in normal defence terms but a role more in general against anyone questioning the present development model. Atlantic Council which can in many ways be seen as a NATO propaganda tool has especially been attacking the cooperation in Sweden between the environmental and peace movement. It is also in Sweden NATO:s climate policy is spearheaded with … Continue reading →
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Nuevo tni report by Ho-Chih Lin, Nick Buxton, Mark Akkerman, Deborah Burton, Wendela de Vries,
A new tni report by Ho-Chih Lin, Nick Buxton, Mark Akkerman, Deborah Burton, Wendela de Vries.