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Climate for Peace: Newsletter March 25th

Hello SCI family and welcome to another issue of our newsletter.

This week we take a look at some of our amazing workcamps going on around the world. As we move closer to a global community we remember the african proverb "It takes a village to raise a child" So we need to see our commonalities not our differences more than ever. That we have more in common than that which seperates us. Yet we have only scratched the surface of what we know about ourselves and the universe.

We know to well that personal responsibility for our environment is to be conscious and feel in our hearts our connection with this beautiful planet. Not to let a few mad men take over but to remember our power and act from it everyday. We hope you like our articles chosen this week. Never underestimate the power of words and ideas.

Feel free to share and talk about these issues with your loved ones and for lots more info visit sci.ngo Enjoy!

A global wave of resistance
Good news for Italy's food waste
Join a workcamp and discover the joy of helping others
Study shows water has memory
11 inspiring documentaries

A global wave of resistance

A global wave of mass actions will target the world’s most dangerous fossil fuel projects, in order to keep coal, oil and gas in the ground and accelerate the just transition to 100% renewable energy. Across the world, people are showing the courage to confront polluters where they are most powerful — from the halls of power to the wells and mines themselves.Read more

Good news for Italy's food waste

Another European country is joining the battle against food waste. A bill that encourages vendors to donate rather than throw away unsold food and pharmaceutical products arrived in the Italian Parliament’s lower house on Monday. The proposal was met with strong bipartisan support, according to Maria Chiara Gadda, the deputy who presented the bill. The draft law is expected to pass in the Italian Chamber of Deputies this week, after which it will go to the Senate for final approval, according to Italian newspaper La Repubblica.Read here

Join a workcamp and discover the joy of helping others

Here at SCI we have compiled a list of workcamps for you to browse. Check out what interests you most. From helping refugees,immigrants and ethnic minorities to no more war camps and from poverty and social injustice to climate & sustainable living. You are sure to find something to inspire you. Read through the FAQ section if you have any queries. You will find all the information you will need to step out of your comfort zone or maybe just expand your comfort zone. Read here

Study shows water has memory

We are on the forefront of a new an amazing understanding of our world. Can water have memory and therefore consciousness. A new study shows that we can influence water cyrstals using our intentions.Read more here

11 inspiring Documentaries
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Sit back and grab some popcorn(organic/non-gmo if you can) and enjoy some of our favourite and most inspiring documentaries. These films raise awareness on real issues of our world. Made largely by independent film makers they have become classics ever since. Showing a different side to the world we live.Film has the power to evoke powerful emotions and ignite a call to action especially about injustice. It can speak to our humanity and ignite within us the change we wish to become.

Cross of the Moment(Trailer)

Forget Shorter Showers
Revolution(Trailer)
Unacceptable Levels(Trailer)
Elemental (Trailer)
A Crude Awakening (Trailer)
Dirt(Trailer)
Earthlings(Trailer)
Forks Over Knives(Trailer)
Tapped(Trailer)
Who Killed the Electric Car(Trailer)

 

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