Wednesday, October 14, 2015

'Capitalism Is Mother Earth's Cancer': World People's Summit Issues 12 Demands

Decrying capitalism as a "threat to life," an estimated 7,000 environmentalists, farmers, and Indigenous activists from 40 countries convened in the Bolivian town of Tiquipaya for this weekend's World People's Conference on Climate Change, aiming to elevate the demands of social movements and developing countries in the lead-up to upcoming United Nations-led climate talks. "Capitalism is Mother Earth's cancer," Bolivian President Evo Morales told the crowd, which also heard over the course of the three-day conference from United Nations Secretary-General Ban ki-Moon as well as other Latin American leaders.

More:  https://www.popularresistance.org/capitalism-is-mother-earths-cancer-world-peoples-summit-issues-12-demands/

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