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by Elmar Stellnberger

Fossil Free EIB: act urgently!

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The European Investment Bank - the world’s biggest public lender - wants to stop financing fossil fuels. This would be a huge progress! But now the bank needs its board, instructed by the finance ministers of the EU, to give its approval to its new draft policy. The decision could already happen during the board meeting on the 10th of September. Take action now: contact the media, and send a message to the key German politicians holding the crucial swing vote.



Stop Mines Dumping Toxic Waste into the Ocean

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A Credit Suisse-financed mining company is about to dump millions of tonnes of toxic heavy metals and chemicals into a protected Norwegian fjörd -- a natural reserve for many salmon. Make Credit Suisse stop bankrolling mining companies in Norway, Papua New Guinea and Turkey which dump million tonnes of toxic mining waste into the sea.






Stop the Fires in the Amazon!

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This petition asks European leader not to sign the Mercosur trade agreement and to furthermore impose trade sanctions on Brazil. Far right wing president Bolsonaro foments the fires by his policy of fostering and impunity for agrobusiness. President Emanuel Macron has already said that he wants to table the issue with high priority on the G7-summit. In our opinion trade sanctions are the only thing which can make Bolsonaro turn into.

If you wanna sign the petition you may want to read an English translation first: to the translation (you may need to scroll a little bit down to get to the text).




New GnuPG - Keys for elstel.org

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Origen: info,
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From now on you may again send us messages securely encrypted via GnuPG. You may furthermore verify the signatures of our SHA512SUMs lists for software and blue rays (software/) with our public key. The new RSA keys have a length of 4096bit and are stored securely on a smartcard.