Uganda’s First Fridays for Future Climate Striker, Vanessa Nakate, Joins COP25 Protests in Madrid

Uganda’s First Fridays for Future Climate Striker, Vanessa Nakate, Joins COP25 Protests in Madrid As we broadcast from the U.N. climate summit in Madrid, Spain, we speak with climate activist Vanessa Nakate, who was Uganda’s first Fridays for Future climate striker. “I wanted to do something that would cause change to the lives of the people in my community and my country,” she says. “My country heavily depends on agriculture, therefore most of the people depend on agriculture. If our farms are destroyed by floods, if the farms are destroyed…

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The Inside Story of an Elite Law Enforcement Unit Which Ran a Criminal Gang Inside a US Jail

The Inside Story of an Elite Law Enforcement Unit Which Ran a Criminal Gang Inside a US Jail The police accountability report talks to a first-hand witness to the alleged crimes of a group of corrections officers charged with brutalizing inmates as part of a larger criminal scheme Producer: Stephen Janis Taya Graham Director/Video Editor: Dwayne Gladden Audio Engineer: David Hebden Camera Operator: Taylor Hebden Will Arenas Motion Graphics Designer: Kelly McAdams Subscribe to our page and support our work at https://therealnews.com/donate. The Real News Network

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Exposing a Hidden Climate Threat: Methane ‘Super Emitters’ — large methane leaks are widespread in natural gas infrastructure

Exposing a Hidden Climate Threat: Methane ‘Super Emitters’ — large methane leaks are widespread in natural gas infrastructure submitted by /u/silence7 [link] [comments] top scoring links : climate A community for truthful science-based news about climate and related politics and activism

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Emotionally intelligent students get better grades and higher test scores, a comprehensive meta-analysis shows, because they can navigate social networks, perform better in the humanities, and manage school-related feelings like test anxiety, boredom and disappointment.

Emotionally intelligent students get better grades and higher test scores, a comprehensive meta-analysis shows, because they can navigate social networks, perform better in the humanities, and manage school-related feelings like test anxiety, boredom and disappointment. submitted by /u/Evan2895 to r/science [link] [comments] top scoring links : multi

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Californians Flee The State In Droves And Flock To Texas

Californians Flee The State In Droves And Flock To Texas By Mac Slavo Californians are fleeing the state in droves to avoid the massive tax burden and oppressing business policies of the totalitarian state. Of the 700,000 who fled California last year, 10% ended up in Texas, which is a much more business-friendly state. And it isn’t just individuals who are leaving.  As Zerohedge reported, the influx of Californians should come as no surprise, as businesses have been migrating out of the high-tax, high-crime, heavily regulated state for cheaper pastures.…

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Huge Asteroid Set to Whizz Past Earth On Friday The 13th, Fireball Watch!

Huge Asteroid Set to Whizz Past Earth On Friday The 13th, Fireball Watch! An enormous asteroid, measuring 243-feet wide and about the width of a Boeing 747 plane, is set to fly nearby Earth tomorrow, Dec. 13, at a speed of almost 18,000 mph (more than 28,000 km/h). The Aten space rock, dubbed 2019 XO1, is an earth-crossing asteroid and classified as potentially hazardous. This increases the chances of seeing fireball this weekend! Learn More: Do You Feel Lucky? An Enormous Asteroid Is Set to Whizz Past Earth on Friday…

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