Who are the global 1%? What companies do they run? How do they escape accountability? Check out TNI's powerful infographic displays that expose the social and environmental costs of global corporate power.
The objective of the Alternative World Water Forum (AWWF) - in French, the Forum Alternatif Mondial de l'Eau (FAME) - is to create a concrete alternative to the sixth World Water Forum (WWF) which is organized by the World Water Council. This Council is a mouthpiece for transnational companies and the World Bank and they falsely claim to head the global governance of water.
Hello, Occupy. You'll be wanting Avoid Winter War which discusses the practicalities of Occupying through a cold winter and suggests alternative tactics. You can also see the Occupy Pittsburgh hexayurt writeup and a thread on managing fire risk. If you would like to know about my politics, watch this or this which discusses the 99%/1% mythology. When Occupy speaks to those concerns, I'll be more supportive.
Fab labs have spread from inner-city Boston to rural India, from South Africa to the North of Norway. Activities in fab labs range from technological empowerment to peer-to-peer project-based technical training to local problem-solving to small-scale high-tech business incubation to grass-roots research. Projects being developed and produced in fab labs include solar and wind-powered turbines, thin-client computers and wireless data networks, analytical instrumentation for agriculture and healthcare, custom housing, and rapid-prototyping of rapid-prototyping machines.
1.The idea of a Global Labour Charter Movement (GLC) is to develop a charter, declaration or manifesto on labour, relevant to all working people, under the conditions of a 21st century, globalised, networked, informatised, financial and services capitalism (a GNC).
Please join us for a national coordination conference call this Thursday (1/12) 6:00 PM PST/9:00 PM EST. We will be discussing national coordination, sharing important information and resources and identifying areas that local actions need assistance with.
An event intended not only for the experts, but for everyone to join this collective act of hacking through a large amount of Twitter data on the occupy movement. How can we apply the mechanics of the occupy movement to the data of Twitter itself? Some of us are interested in "occupying the data" itself -- get critical with it. OccupyData is meant to serve as an intervention by offering experts and activists means to work together and think critically about the movement, its messages, and goals and the role new media, and specifically, Twitter might play in this system. Register and receive open access to R-Shief's collection and swarm computing analytics. You will be able to export four CSV files of real-time data for each hashtag -- (1) stats by day, (2) stats by hour (3) stats by minute and the (4) raw data itself -- and lots of support to think through it.
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