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We're #marchingforward for justice, rights, and more. Chinese Scientist Blasts Trump’s Climate-Change Talk - China Real Time Report. A top Chinese climate scientist said it would be “foolhardy” of U.S.

Chinese Scientist Blasts Trump’s Climate-Change Talk - China Real Time Report

President Donald Trump to withdraw from the global climate-change agreement known as the Paris accords. A global-warming skeptic, Mr. Trump has vowed to cancel the accord, which the Obama administration helped broker, in his first 100 days as president. In an interview, Ding Zhongli, vice president of Chinese Academy of Sciences, a government think tank, took a jab at Mr.

Trump’s stance and his elevation to office. Mr. He also said the Paris agreement, reached in late 2015, was based around each country’s own proposal and didn’t ask too much of the U.S. Unlike the U.S. where a new president can overturn the former’s administrative rules if they are not written into law, China’s government’s policies are more consistent due to one-party rule, Mr. “Then I want to ask: Are Chinese humans? The clip ignited a debate on China’s social media about the balance between further economic advancement and cleaner air. Global Studies 2017.

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Women Studies assignment. You Don’t Hate Feminism. You Just Don’t Understand It. The latest anti-feminism campaign is a Tumblr called Women Against Feminism.

You Don’t Hate Feminism. You Just Don’t Understand It.

But the participants aren’t against feminism, exactly. They just don’t get it. It’s never a dull week for feminists, and now Women Against Feminism is the most recent ire du jour. The Tumblr photo collection of women holding signs explaining why they “don’t need feminism” is more annoying than frightening. We’ve got bigger fish to fry, like securing equal pay and ensuring women across the world can attend school without being kidnapped.

But Women Against Feminism is certainly getting plenty of attention. Women Against Feminism is easy—too easy—to lambaste. Feminists, read it and weep (emphasis on “weep”). For example, one woman posted “I don’t need ‘feminism’ because I believe that men and women are EQUAL, not that women should belittle men.” I reached out to Women Against Feminism to learn about the origins of their campaign. Hi, thank you but we respectfully decline. Via Facebook Thank You! The 10 Most Important Events in British History: Part Two – 1500 AD to the Present Day. 4 June, 2014 by Andrew AlexanderThe views represented in this article are solely those of the author and may not be construed as in any way representative of the views or policies of Oxford Royale Academy.

The 10 Most Important Events in British History: Part Two – 1500 AD to the Present Day

Scotland Forever! By Lady Butler, showing the cavalry charge of the Royal Scots Greys at the Battle of Waterloo Last week we looked at ten crucial moments in British history – both celebrated and unheralded – which have helped shape the nation which we currently know. This article picks up where the last left off, and examines ten of the most important events in our national story since that point.

Lights Out in Britain for the Coal Industry. KELLINGLEY, England — Tens of thousands of British coal miners have lost their jobs in recent decades, during the steep decline of an industry that stoked the nation’s industrial rise, sustained it through two world wars and once employed more than one million people.

Lights Out in Britain for the Coal Industry

Chris Jamieson will be one of the very last. In December, his job is set to disappear when Kellingley colliery, ’s last deep coal mine, is scheduled to close for good. In the mine’s empty parking lot, Mr. Jamieson, 50, is already thinking about the moment in a few weeks’ time when the last group of miners is hauled to the surface. He expects to work the final shift at the colliery, which has been reduced to little more than a quarter of its peak work force and is succumbing to pressure from cheaper imported coal. Photo “We are the last of the dinosaurs,” he said. Like the largest dinosaurs, the miners have left a giant footprint. EuroHist9.

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