1. Gap of reality!
2. Head of the snake is TFCF !3. Clean Air Moms
4. NASA, mother of fraud!
5. AlGore & Climaterealityproject!
8. ETC Group
10. Conservation International
11. Surfrider Foundation
12. Hey bloodsuckers!
13. Fake grassroots! WomensMarch!
14. PERSPECTIVE DAILY
15. Biodiversity International
17. Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK)
Repeat a lie thousands of times than it will be deemed as scientific truth!
In a world of fakeness, created by money, greed, psychopathy and NLP, nothing of degree, title, institution or study is real.
So filling the vacuumed gap of reality, I am honored to present the the most deserving capacities for the Certificate of Idiocy (CoI)!
CoI is granted in three degrees, high, middle and under-earth!
The reality is real satire of absurdity!
How would You honor people, who are so weirdly brainwashed, that they work to destroy the very existence of life, depriving themselves, their families, all humanity, fauna and flora on land and in the oceans of elements of life!
Sunlight, water, air and soil is poisoned!
Playing with carbon dioxide and oxygen balance, the tropospheric, biospheric water balance, the sunlight balance and selling this as measures of "climate saving" is the peak of absurdity and perversion!
If they do it intentionally, they all must be crazy dumb psychopaths, if they do it because of being manipulated, they must be totally brainwashed and dumb!
It is not my fault, they have to blame themselves!
I am only "honoring" them as they deserve!
So I grant them the CoI! Maybe that will help to wake them up!
All listed as staff of such "organizations" and many others in similar activities deserve the same!
Which are the breeding houses of such idiots?
Look how fancy job titles they have, the higher the title the higher the level of CoI!
Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures
Hear from our Task Force members and find out what the FSB [Financial Stability Board ] Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures is, what it’s trying to achieve and why it’s important.
The FSB Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) will develop voluntary, consistent climate-related financial risk disclosures for use by companies in providing information to investors, lenders, insurers, and other stakeholders."
"The Task Force will consider the physical, liability and transition risks associated with climate change and what constitutes effective financial disclosures across industries."
"The work and recommendations of the Task Force will help companies understand what financial markets want from disclosure in order to measure and respond to climate change risks, and encourage firms to align their disclosures with investors’ needs."
"What is the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures?
"The TCFD’s 32 members were chosen by the FSB to include both users and preparers of disclosures from across the G20’s constituency covering a broad range of economic sectors and financial markets."
"Why is this important?"
"Better access to data will enhance how climate-related risks are assessed, priced, and managed. Companies can more effectively measure and evaluate their own risks and those of their suppliers and competitors. Investors will make better informed decisions on where and how they want to allocate their capital. Lenders, insurers and underwriters will be better able to evaluate their risks and exposures over the short, medium, and long-term.
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OUR CORE TEAM
4. NASA, mother of fraud!
NASA the mother of fakeness!
5. AlGore & Climaterealityproject!
The organization of the mythological Climatism monster AlGore!
- Collette Adkins, Senior Attorney, degree from the University of Minnesota, where she also earned a master’s degree in wildlife conservation
- Melissa Amarello, Population and Sustainability Communications Associate, bachelor's degree in wildlife, watershed, and rangeland resources from the University of Arizona and a master's degree in biology from Arizona State University
- Ileene Anderson, Public Lands Deserts Director, Senior Scientist, master’s in biology from California State Northridge
- Judy Anderson, Bookkeeper -- ok she is just a "bookkeeper" :-) doesn't need to know anything!
- Amy Atwood, Endangered Species Legal Director, Senior Attorney, aw degree in 2000 from Vermont Law School and received a bachelor's in political science from the University of California at Berkeley
- Justin Augustine, Senior Attorney, bachelor of science in earth systems from Stanford University and completed his law degree at Lewis and Clark Law School
- Ryan Beam, Public Lands Campaigner, degree in natural resource management from Colorado State University
- Lisa Belenky, Senior Attorney, aw degree from the University of California, Berkeley, Boalt Hall School of Law and a bachelor’s in philosophy from the University of California at Santa Cruz
- Elise Bennett, Reptile and Amphibian Staff Attorney, law degree and a certificate of concentration in environmental law from Stetson University College of Law and a bachelor’s degree in environmental science and policy from the University of South Florida
- Curt Bradley, Senior Scientist, GIS Specialist, master’s in watershed hydrology and a bachelor of science in mechanical engineering from the University of Arizona
- Rose Braz, Climate Campaign Director, graduate of U.C. Berkeley's Boalt Hall School of Law and has worked both in private practice and at the United Nations International Commission of Jurists in Geneva, Switzerland
- Kevin Bundy, Climate Legal Director, Senior Attorney, graduating from Oberlin College and attending the University of California’s Boalt Hall School of Law
- Lori Ann Burd, Environmental Health Program Director, Staff Attorney, bachelor's at Colorado College and her law degree at Lewis and Clark
- John Buse, Senior Counsel, Legal Director, law degree from the University of California Davis School of Law, a master’s in biochemistry from the University of Illinois at Chicago, and a bachelor’s degree in the history, philosophy, and social studies of science and medicine from the University of Chicago
- Hannah Connor, Staff Attorney, law degree from Vermont Law School and a bachelor of science from Boston College
- Kara Clauser, GIS Specialist, master's of science in geographic information systems technology and bachelor's of science in ecology and evolutionary biology from the University of Arizona.
- Jim Cronin, Media Specialist, bachelor’s degree in communications and journalism from Suffolk University
- Brendan Cummings, Conservation Director, graduate of Berkeley’s Boalt Hall School of Law
- Tierra Curry, Senior Scientist, bachelor’s in English from Berea College and a master’s in biology from Portland State University
- Diana Dascalu-Joffe, Senior Attorney, Public Lands Program, law degree from Vermont Law School
- Nathan Donley, Scientist, doctoral degree in cell and developmental biology from Oregon Health and Sciences University
- Cynthia Elkins, Paralegal, paralegal certificate from Humboldt State University in 2012 and a bachelor of arts in communication from the University of Alabama
- Jonathan Evans, Environmental Health Legal Director and Senior Attorney, law degree from the University of Oregon School of Law and a bachelor’s degree in conservation and resource studies from the University of California at Berkeley
- Stephanie Feldstein, Population and Sustainability Director, bachelor's degree from the University of Michigan
- Marc Fink, Public Lands Legal Director, Senior Attorney, graduated from Lewis and Clark Law School with a certificate in environmental and natural resources law, and received a bachelor’s in political science from Florida Atlantic University
- John Fleming, Staff Scientist, bachelor’s in Geosciences and a certificate in Environmental Studies from Princeton University and received a PhD in Geological Sciences from the University of Southern California
- Peter Galvin, Director of Programs, bachelor's from Prescott College and a master's degree from Norwich University
- Gus Glaser, Executive Assistant, bachelor of science degree in chemical engineering from North Carolina State University, a master of science in biomedical engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute and a master of arts in philosophy from the University of Montana
- Maya Golden-Krasner, Senior Attorney, law degree from the UCLA School of Law, a master’s degree in U.S. environmental and legal history from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and a bachelor’s degree in history from the University of Washington in Seattle
- Noah Greenwald, Endangered Species Director, bachelor of science in ecology from the Evergreen State College and a master's in forest ecology and conservation from the University of Washington
- Brett Hartl, Government Affairs Director, bachelor’s from Prescott College in conservation biology and a law degree from Lewis and Clark Law School
- Bill Haskins, Information Technology Director, bachelor of science in ecology and systematics from the University of Nebraska and a master’s in environmental studies from the University of Montana
- Jessica Herrera, Media Specialist, master’s degree in international studies from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies
- Russell Howze, Environmental Health Paralegal, bachelor's in history from Wofford College in South Carolina
- Michael Hudson, Chief Financial Officer, bachelor’s in business administration (accounting) from Fayetteville State University and a master’s in management from Cambridge College
- Colleen Iuliucci, Development Associate, degree in communications from Belmont University
- Tim A. Janes, Membership Associate
- Emily Jeffers, Staff Attorney, graduated from the University of California, Berkeley School of Law and received her bachelor's degree in biology from Yale University
- Steve Jones, Media Specialist, bachelor’s degree in journalism from California Polytechnic State University
- Catherine Kilduff, Senior Attorney, law degree from the University of Virginia, a master's of science from the College of William and Mary's Virginia Institute of Marine Science, and her bachelor's degree in ecology and evolutionary biology from Dartmouth College
- Colyn Kilmer, Paralegal, paralegal certificate from Salt Lake Community College and holds a master's of science degree in human dimensions of ecosystem science and management from Utah State University
- Candice Kim, Senior Organizer, master's of public health from the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California and a bachelor's in fine art from the University of California
- Beccy Kirk, Information Technology Specialist, bachelor's degree in computer science from the University of Arizona
- Cybele Knowles, Communications Associate, MFA in fiction writing from the University of Arizona and a master’s in English literature from U.C. Berkeley
- Blake Kopcho, Oceans Campaigner, master’s in science in marine biology from the University of Auckland, New Zealand and holds a bachelor’s of science in aquatic biology from the University of California, Santa Barbara
- Kelsey Kopec, Native Pollinator Researcher, bachelor of science from the University of Oregon
- Hollin Kretzmann, Staff Attorney, bachelor’s degree in government from Harvard University and a J.D. from the University of Chicago Law School
- Stephanie Kurose, D.C. Legal Fellow, law degree from the American University Washington College of Law, with a focus on environmental law
- Clare Lakewood, Staff Attorney, law degree from the University of Western Australia, where she also obtained a bachelor’s degree in English and fine arts; she holds a master of laws from the University of Melbourne
- Dune Lankard, Senior Alaska Representative
- Ash Lauth, Clean Energy Campaigner, degree in English and politics from the University of Puget Sound
- My-Linh Le, Legal Fellow, bachelor's in world arts and culture from UCLA
- Jenny Loda, Reptile and Amphibian Staff Attorney, law degree from Lewis & Clark Law School with a certificate in environmental and natural resources law, a master’s of science in wildlife biology from Iowa State University, and a bachelor’s in ecology, behavior, and evolution from the University of California, San Diego
- Jaclyn Lopez, Florida Director, Staff Attorney, master of laws degree in environmental and land-use law from the University of Florida, a J.D. from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law and a master's degree in urban planning from the University of Arizona
- Valerie Love, Clean Energy Campaigner, bachelor’s degree from Pitzer College
- Gretchen Mais, Membership Director, bachelor's from Prescott College as well as a master's in humanities, with an emphasis on social and environmental ethics of food consumption
- Jared Margolis, Senior Attorney, B.A. in geography from Colgate University and completed a master’s in environmental studies at Brown University before attending Vermont Law School
- Mollie Matteson, Senior Scientist, master’s of science in wildlife biology from the University of Montana
- Laura McCamy, Climate Law Institute Paralegal, BA from Yale University
- Taylor McKinnon, Public Lands Campaigner, bachelor’s degree from Prescott College
- Russ McSpadden, Communications Associate, master’s degree in environmental history from Florida Atlantic University
- Loyal Mehrhoff, Endangered Species Recovery Director, bachelor’s from the University of Montana, a master’s from the University of North Carolina, a doctorate from the University of British Columbia and did postdoctoral studies at the University of Washington
- Rick Mick, Online Associate, bachelor's degree in English and Spanish from Butler University and a master's degree in nonfiction writing from Columbia University
- Jeff Miller, Conservation Advocate
- Lydia Millet, Staff Writer, master’s in environmental policy from Duke University and worked for NRDC in New York before joining the Center
- Anna Mirocha, Web Editor, bachelor's in English from Reed College
- Jennifer Molidor, Senior Food Campaigner, Ph.D. in English and Irish studies from the University of Notre Dame
- Kristen Monsell, Staff Attorney, law degree from Lewis & Clark Law School and her bachelor’s degree from Saint Lawrence University
- Mickey Moritz, Staff Attorney, Ph.D. from the University of Colorado at Boulder and her bachelor’s degree from the University of California at Davis
- Leigh Moyer, Population Organizer, degree in American history & linguistics from University of Arizona
- Purba Mukerjee, Legal Fellow, bachelor’s degree in chemistry from Cornell University
- Brooke Myers, Membership Assistant, bachelor's degree in history from the University of Arizona
- Clayton Norman, Online Organizer, master’s degree from the University of Arizona School of Journalism, bachelor’s degree in communications and Spanish from Southwestern University.
- Brian Nowicki, California Climate Policy Director, master of science in forestry
- Alex Olivera, Mexico Representative, master’s degree in use, management and preservation of natural resources as well as a diploma in environmental law
- Rebecca O’Sullivan, Tucson Regional Office Manager, bachelor’s degree in business management from Sonoma State University, where she also studied early childhood education and anthropology
- amie Pang, Endangered Species Campaigner, Policy Specialist, holds a B.A. from the University of California, San Diego and a J.D. from Lewis and Clark Law School, with a certificate in environmental and natural resource law (animal law emphasis)
- Vera Pardee, Senior Counsel, Supervising Attorney, law degree in 1982 from Southwestern University Law School
- Stephanie Parent, Senior Attorney, law degree from Lewis & Clark and a bachelor of science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison
- Wendy Park, Senior Attorney, law degree from the University of Texas School of Law
- Andy Parker, Media Specialist, bachelor’s degree in history from the College of William & Mary
- Amy Plopper, Membership Assistant, master's degree in classical archaeology from the University of Arizona
- Aruna Prabhala, Urban Wildlands Director, graduated from the University of Michigan Law School and double-majored in biology and journalism as an undergraduate at Boston University. Before becoming an attorney, she worked in Washington, D.C., on science-policy issues
- Heather Rauch, Executive Assistant, bachelor’s degree in sociology from Wittenberg University
- Chris Teutimez Rawlings, Portland Regional Office Manager, Program Assistant, bachelor’s degree in English from Southern Oregon University
- Michael Robinson, Conservation Advocate, master's degree in literature from the University of Colorado at Boulder and a bachelor’s from the University of Texas at Austin
- Regina Romero, Director of Latino Engagement
- John Rose, Staff Attorney, bachelor's in English with an emphasis in postcolonial literature, as well as his law degree, from Santa Clara University
- Greer Ryan, Sustainability Research Associate, bachelor’s in molecular environmental biology from the University of California at Berkeley and a master’s in environmental science from the School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University
- Paul Saba, Grant Writer, bachelor’s degree in history and Latin American studies from the University of Arizona, a master’s degree in history from the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, and a law degree from the University of Arizona
- Miyoko Sakashita, Oceans Director, Senior Counsel, law degree from the University of California at Berkeley, where she also earned a bachelor of science degree in conservation and resource studies
- Tanya Sanerib, Senior Attorney, law degree and certificate in environmental and natural resources law in 2002 from Lewis & Clark Law School and received a bachelor’s in environmental science from Colorado College
- Andrea Santarsiere, Senior Attorney, bachelor’s degrees in both Spanish and sociology from Roanoke College
- Michael Saul, Senior Attorney, Public Lands Program, bachelor's degrees from Yale University and clerked for Justice Carlos Lucero on the 10th Circuit. He also served as associate adjoint clinical professor of law at the University of Colorado School of Law in Boulder
- Todd Schulke, Senior Staff, Cofounder, bachelor’s in environmental studies from Evergreen State College
- Michael A. Scott, Major Gifts Officer, master's in nonprofit administration from the University of San Francisco
- Brian Segee, Senior Attorney, law degree from the University of Colorado School of Law and undergraduate degree in political science from the University of California at San Diego
- Marta Segura, Climate Law Institute Southern California Engagement Director, master's of public heath from UCLA and a bachelor's from UC Santa Barbara
- Randy Serraglio, Southwest Conservation Advocate, bachelor's in Latin American studies from the University of Arizona
- Andres Sheikh, Clean Energy Campaign Fellow, bachelor’s degree from the University of California at Berkeley, where he studied political science, conservation and resource studies
- Kassie Siegel, Climate Law Institute Director, Senior Counsel, most influential California lawyers of the decade by the Daily Journal in 2010 for her work on global warming and environmental law -- :-) :-)
- Robin Silver, Senior Staff, Cofounder, emergency-room physician in Phoenix
- Paula Simmonds, Chief Development Officer, bachelor's from the State University of New York at Stony Brook, spent time at Cornell's Shoals Marine Lab
- William Snape III, Senior Counsel, graduate of the University of California, Los Angeles who received his law degree from George Washington University
- Randi Spivak, Public Lands Program Director, B.A. in advertising and marketing at Boston University
- Mike Stark, Communications Director, journalism degree from Southern Oregon University
- Thomas Stewart, Data Manager, bachelor’s degree in accounting and mathematics with a concentration in computing from Western New Mexico University in Silver City
- Tamara Strobel, Senior Membership Associate, graduated from Northern Arizona University
- Jean Su, Associate Conservation Director, Staff Attorney, law degree from the University of California, Irvine, School of Law, a master's degree from the London School of Economics and Political Science, and her bachelor's degree from Princeton University
- Kierán Suckling, Executive Director, degrees in philosophy from the State University of New York at Stonybrook (a master's) and College of the Holy Cross (a bachelor's) focused on Greek, continental, linguistic and environmental thought -- Neuro Linguistic Programming!
- Patrick Sullivan, Climate Media Director
- Margaret Townsend, Open Government Staff Attorney, law degree from the University of Oregon School of Law and a bachelor's in political science from the University of Colorado
- Jay Tutchton, Senior Attorney, degree from UCLA in after graduating from the University of Notre Dame
- Chad Tudenggongbu, Senior Renewable Energy Campaigner, received his bachelor's in cultural anthropology from Duke University and a master's in environmental policy from Bard College
- Sarah Uhlemann, International Program Director, Senior Attorney, law degree in 2005 from Lewis & Clark Law School and her bachelor's in environmental management from Indiana University
- Abel Valdivia, Ocean Scientist, bachelor's and master's in marine biology from the University of Havana in Cuba and received his doctorate in marine ecology
- Andrea Weber, Oakland Regional Office Manager, Climate Law Institute Paralegal, paralegal certificate from Cal State University East Bay, Prior to joining the legal profession, Andrea taught theater at Contra Costa Community College, Diablo Valley College and College of Marin.
- Amaroq Weiss, West Coast Wolf Organizer, bachelor of science from Iowa State University, a master of science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and a J.D. from the University of California Hastings
- Spencer Windes, Online Fundraising Director, He studied in the great books program at St. John's College.
- Doug Wolf, Senior Attorney, graduate of Columbia Law School and Stanford University.
- Shaye Wolf, Climate Science Director, bachelor’s in biology from Yale University and received a doctorate in ecology and evolutionary biology and a master’s in ocean sciences from the University of California, Santa Cruz
- Corina Yeh, Membership Assistant, bachelor’s degree in ecology and evolutionary biology at the University of Arizona
Stephanie Zill, Treasurer
Robin Silver, Secretary
Terry Tempest Williams
CERES board of directors!
CERES President's Council
8. ETC Group
"The Ocean Council is a select group of academic, business, policy and philanthropic leaders who represent and support Oceana's efforts on the global stage. Members provide a wide range of talents and resources to inform and support Oceana's programming and the advancement of our mission."
- Susan Rockefeller, Chair of the Ocean Council, Filmmaker and Activist
- Julie Tauber McMahon, Vice Chair
- Violaine Bernbach, Ocean Advocate
- Carolyn Marks Blackwood, Filmmaker
- Keely and Pierce Brosnan, Actor
- Deborah Buck, Buck House
- Amy and Gary Churgin, Ocean Advocates
- Barbara and Bertram Cohn, Activists
- Ann Colley, The Moore Charitable Foundation
- Andrew Davis, Ocean Advocate
- Sydney Davis, Ocean Advocate
- Michael Dershewitz, Brencourt Advisors
- Barbara Ettinger and Sven Huseby, Filmmakers
- Lise Evans, Ocean Advocate
- Christina Falco and Michael Frumkin, Activists
- Kay Fernandez, Vice President of Marketing, Konica Minolta
- Joanna and Brian Fisher, Ocean Advocates
- Marjorie Harris, Ocean Advocate
- Julie Hill, CEO, The Hill Company
- Carey Hotchkis, Hotchkis Foundation
- Hardy Jones, Blue Voice
- Angela and J. Stephen Kilcullen, Nomura Securities
- Robert and Arlene Kogod, Robert P. and Arlene R. Kogod Family Foundation
- Slane Holland Lightburne, Ocean Advocate
- Willa and Ted Lutz, Activists
- Dede McMahon, Ocean Advocate
- Tiffany Moller, Co-founder/CEO Parasol, LLC
- Aaron Peirsol, Olympic Athlete and Ocean Advocate
- Nicole Polizois, Activist
- Perri and Mario Procida, Ocean Advocates
- Anne Alexander Rowley, Activist
- Eve Kornyei Ruffato, Ocean Advocate
- Andrew Sabin, President, Andrew Sabin Family Foundation
- Jennifer Small and Adam Wolfensohn, Wolfensohn Family Foundation
- Kelly Hallman, Founder, Center For Living Peace
- Jennifer Schwab, Sierra Club Green Home
- Danielle Steakley, Activist
- Sutton Stracke, Ocean Advocate
- Susan Trees, Activist
- Toby Usnik, Ocean Advocate
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11. Surfrider Foundation
About klimaretter.info and the editorial staff.
12. Hey bloodsuckers!
Recognize that even a bloodsucker can only live as long as there are healthy living bodies! You bloodsuckers are working to kill all living, including Yourself!
No money, no finance bubble, no good faith marketing, no imperial power is worth to pursue geoengineering crimes. The bubbling imperial finance is evidence for the already dead empire! You are treating the imperial carcass! It will not survive the global power competition, because it is dead!
You are doomed to fail and should jump the sinking climatism ship. "Clever" deniability and distraction won't save You!
As "good" bloodsuckers You should know that suing is more profitable, when You are on the side of truth, because lies cannot stay for long. Instead of working for the geoengineering mafia, start to sue its perpetrators.
Geoengineering is damaging the health of every living creature, every other industry, all other interests!
Use Your creativity of greed to protect Yourself, the humanity and all living creatures on Earth! Become real heroes!
13. Fake grassroots! WomensMarch!
Maybe there should be another article only about the general abuse of the idea of grassroots movements, but as it is also used to distract from geoengineering, particularly now with the election of President Donald Trump, I would like to take on this here.
During and after the election a new fake "movement" was build, claiming to "fight" for women rights. Accordingly it is named #WomensMarch. Women and LBGTs seem to bo the easiest manipulable targets of the Bankster Pervert Empire of Deception (BPED).
It is built in a similar manner like the other fake organizations.
Similar to other "colored" protests and "revolutions", these paid protesters are also uniformed with a "color". In that case with pink caps.
They have organized this WomensMarch to create an fake image of huge "resistance" against President Donald Trump and show that he has no support. To verify this, they intentionally created fake news about much less visitors to the inauguration, compared to the WomensMarch attendees and the inauguration of President Barrack Obama in 2009.
The trick is very simple, the image of the 2017 inauguration is made before start, when people were still gathering.
The image during inauguration was different!
Inauguration speech of President Donald Trump.
"Sean Spicer" is correct, media used #fakenews pic for 58th #Inauguration -left pic is fake vs. Obama right is real for Trump #CorruptMedia pic.twitter.com/kfxWBcpi6J— Rainmaker 💧 (@GmoneyRainmaker) 22. Januar 2017
The geoengineering mafia is very desperate and using everything to keep control on the society. Particularly now, where President Donald Trump is ruling and has the Republican majority in the Senate and House of Representative, they take the pressure onto the streets. Bribing some corrupt politicians won't help them anymore.
Honestly, I would like to know how much money they spend to create these fake organizations and collect so many people onto the streets.
Will CFR admit the new amount of expenses for keeping their criminal scam alive? :-) :-)
Gloria Steinem, co-Chair of #WomensMarch against Trump, admitted to being a CIA agent!
Billionaire George Soros has ties to more than 50 ‘partners’ of the Women’s March on Washington
"What is the link between one of Hillary Clinton’s largest donors and the Women’s March? Turns out, it’s quite significant"
BPED is a dead but yet bubbling monster. Like the finance bubbles indicating the decaying carcass, some bubbles are these fake grassroots movements. They are huge but hollow, fake and without content. The only idiots impressed by these stinky bubbles are the already mythological monsters disassociated from reality and their henchmen, footlickers and saliva lickers!
#BREAKING Livestream of #WomensMarchLA :-)
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- CGIAR Standing Panel on Impact Assessment (SPIA)
- Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR)
- Generation Challenge Program
- Harvest Plus Challenge Program
- International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA)
- International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT)
- International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT)
- International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)
- International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA)
- International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI)
- International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT)
- International Potato Center (CIP)
- International Rice Research Institute (IRRI)
- International Water Management Institute (IWMI)
- The World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF)
- Albania (Agricultural University of Tirana)
- Armenia (Ministry of Agriculture)
- Australia (Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research, ACIAR)
- Austria (Bundesministerium für Land- und Forstwirtschaft, Umwelt und Wasserwirtschaft; Federal Ministry of Finance)
- Azerbaijan (National Academy of Sciences)
- Belarus (National Academy of Sciences)
- Belgium (Belgian Development Cooperation; Service Public Féderal Santé Publique, Sécurité de la Chaîne Alimentaire et Environnement Direction Générale Animaux, Végétaux & Alimentation)
- Bosnia and Herzegovina (Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Relations)
- Brazil (Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation, Embrapa)
- Bulgaria (Institute Plant Genetic Resources ‘K. Malkov’; Ministry of Agriculture and Food)
- China (Government of China; Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences)
- Colombia (Secretaria de Agricultura y Desarrollo Rural de Antioquia)
- Croatia (Ministry of Agriculture)
- Cyprus (Ministry of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Environment)
- Czech Republic (Ministry of Agriculture, Division of Environment and Ecological Agriculture)
- Denmark (Ministry of Environment and Food, Nature Agency and AgriFish Agency)
- Estonia (Ministry of the Environment; Ministry of Agriculture)
- European Commission
- Finland (Ministry for Foreign Affairs; Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry)
- Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
- France (Ministère de l’Agriculture, de l’Agroalimentaire et de la Forêt, Direction Générale de l’Alimentation; Ministère de l’Agriculture et de la Pêche)
- Georgia (Georgian Academy of Agricultural Sciences)
- Germany (Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture (BMEL); Federal Agency for Agriculture and Food (BLE); Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ); Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH)
- Global Environmental Facility (through implementing agency FAO (FAO-GEF), and United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP-GEF))
- Greece (Ministry of Rural Development and Food)
- Hungary (Ministry of Rural Development,Department of Forestry, Fisheries and Gaming; Ministry of Agriculture, Biodiversity and Gene Conservation Unit)
- Iceland (Ministry of Industries and Innovation)
- India (Ministry of Agriculture, Department of Agricultural Research and Education)
- International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD)
- Ireland (Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine, National Crop Variety Testing Centre and COFORD Programme of Competitive Forestry Research for Development)
- Israel (Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development)
- Italy (CRA - Centro di Ricerca per la Frutticoltura; Ministero delle Politiche Agricole, Alimentari e Forestali; Ministero degli Affari Esteri e della Cooperazione Internazionale, Direzione Generale per la Cooperazione allo Sviluppo)
- Japan (Ministry of Foreign Affairs, MOFA)
- Korea, Republic of (Rural Development Administration)
- Latvia (Ministry of Agriculture)
- Lithuania (Lithuanian Institute of Agriculture; State Forest Service; Ministry of Environment)
- Luxembourg (Administration de la Nature et des Forêts; Ministry of Finance)
- Macedonia FYR (Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Economy)
- Malaysia (Malaysian Agricultural Research and Development Institute, MARDI)
- Mali, Institut d’Economie Rurale
- Moldova (Forest Research and Management Institute)
- Montenegro (Government of Montenegro, Phytosanitary Directorate)
- Netherlands (Centre for Genetic Resources, the Netherlands; Ministry of Foreign Affairs)
- Norway (Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research (NIBIO); Norwegian Genetic Resources Centre)
- Peru (Instituto Nacional de Investigación Agraria, INIA)
- Philippines (Government of the Philippines; Ministry of Agriculture)
- Poland (Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development; Ministry of the Environment)
- Portugal (Instituto Nacional de Investigação Agrária e Veterinária (INIAV))
- Romania (Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development)
- Serbia (Ministry of Agriculture and Environmental Protection, Directorate for Forests)
- Slovakia (Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Foreign Coordination Department)
- Slovenia (Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Food)
- South Africa (Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries)
- Spain (Instituto Nacional de Investigacion y Tecnología Agraria y Alimentaria (INIA))
- Sweden (Ministry of Enterprise and Innovation, Ministry of Rural Affairs, Animal and Food Division)
- Switzerland (Federal Office for the Environment, Forest Division; Federal Office for Agriculture; Federal Department of Economic Affairs, Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC))
- Turkey (Ministry of Forest and Water Affairs, Forest Tree Seeds and Tree Breeding Research Directorate; Ministry of Environment and Forestry; Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Livestock, Agricultural Research and Policy; Aegean Agricultural Research Institute (AARI))
- Uganda (National Agricultural Research Organization)
- Ukraine (Yuryev Institute of Plant Production, National Centre for Plant Genetic Resources of Ukraine)
- United Kingdom (Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs; Forestry Commission)
- United States (Agency for International Development (USAID); Department of Agriculture (USDA))
- Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
- Catholic Relief Services (CRS)
- Christensen Fund
- Daniel and Nina Carasso Foundation
- Margaret A. Cargill Foundation
- Marin Community Foundation
- McKnight Foundation
- New Venture Fund
- Prince Albert II de Monaco Foundation
- Tamalpais Trust Fund of RSF Social Finance
- Swift Foundation
- Vanguard Charitable
- Other funding partners
- Barry Callebaut
- Bioversity International United Kingdom Fundraising Initiative
- Centre Africain de Recherches sur Bananiers et Plantains (CARBAP)
- Centre de coopération internationale en recherche agronomique pour le développement (CIRAD)
- Cocoa Research UK
- Fontagro (Regional Fund for Agricultural Technology)
- Global Crop Diversity Trust
- Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC), Australia
- HIVOS – Netherlands
- Institute for Conservation & Improvement of Valentian Agrodiversity (COMAV)
- InterAmerican Institute for Global Change Research (IAI)
- Iora Ecological Solutions
- Lutheran World Relief
- National Institute of Agricultural Botany (NIAB), UK
- Oregon State University
- United Nations University Institute of Advanced Studies (UNU-IAS)
- Universidad Politécnica de Valencia
- University of Birmingham
- University of Stockholm
- Wageningen University, Alterra
- World Cocoa Foundation
Marching for frontline families and spreading a message of love
Here we learn a little bit about the organized fake grassroots, colored revolution provocateurs, which are orchestrated to destabilize the USA during the presidency of Donald Trump.
"As the nation was preparing to swear in the 45th president, I along with my colleagues were turning our attention towards the day after – the Women’s March on Washington.
Another motive of DIVIDE ET EMPERA is always playing on the racists card. It is the most dumb method and works badly but the most handy societal cutting tool in the USA, which says a lot about the societal consciousness!
"As a woman of color, I felt it was important for me to attend the March because many of the people and issues I care about are now at stake."