Since today in the morning a new version of our online RSS viewer has been put online after a few gradual updates. Among the newly supported features are a pre-selection of all messages which have been translated into English as well as a previous/next menu which can be used to jump to related messsages. The menu will become active when you move the mouse over the type tag which can be one of 'new'/'update'. Besides this several bugs which had been introduced by an erroneous update of ViewRSS shall now be resolved.
Whenever you want to give a link to one of our messages we still wanna ask you to use the now correctly working PickUpLink for this purpose. Please change any existing link of you to not contain the 'number' or 'start' parameter in its URL for ViewRSS; '#NN' and 'guid=NN' should also match.
If you should still find an error or you should have a new idea for ViewRSS please do not hesitate to contact us. Some SEO optimizations as well as the split-out of messages of previous years into an own feed have been carried out as well. Our own XML schema offering the advanced features for our RSS viewer has been updated in consonance.
A recently leaked discussion paper from the European Commission makes the industry’s ambitions clear: they want support for dangerous nuclear power, and they want it from EU taxpayers’ money.
Next week, on 6th of June 2016 the EU energy ministers are meeting. We have to use this moment to shout out loudly against nuclear power in Europe. Let’s tell our ministers and the Commission to drop all plans to support the nuclear power industry in their expensive gambles with our tax money - and with our health!
en: After the re-admission for Glyphosate has failed thanks to the protest of people the EU-Commission still wants to extend the current admission for one or two years; let us stop them! - petition at act.wemove.eu.
de: Nachdem eine Neuzulassung von Glyphosat für 7 Jahre dank entsprechender Proteste der Bevölkerung gescheitert ist, versucht es jetzt die EU-Kommission mit einer Verlängerung um ein oder zwei Jahre: Petition auf act.wemove.eu , Petition auf SumOfUs.
The Brazilian government is planning to build a megadam on the Rio Tapajós similar to Belo Monte on the Rio Xingu. This would destroy one of the most species-rich areas and displace many people who live alongside the river. The indigenous folk of the Mundurukú would lose its base of live. The climate bilance of the project is consistently negative not just because there will escape a lot of methane out of the large, flat, flooded area where the trunks of the trees rot. The project is overshadowed by a huge bribery and kickback scandal. If it would ever pay off in economimc terms then only for the building project organizer …