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Rockefeller: Controlling the Game

The same day as Greta Thunberg was appointed Person of the Year by Time Magazine, the English edition of Rockefeller – Controlling the Game was released. In the book you can read, among other things, about the close links between Time Magazine and the Rockefeller family. Time-Life Building is part of the Rockefeller Center and Time-Life founder Henry Luce   →

Ny uppdaterad upplaga av Rockefeller – En klimatsmart historia

Samma dag som Greta Thunberg utsågs till årets person av Time Magazine släpptes nya utgåvan av Rockefeller – en klimatsmart historia samt den mycket efterfrågade engelska versionen, Rockefeller – Controlling the Game. I  boken går det bland annat att läsa om Time Magazines nära kopplingar till Rockefellerfamiljen. Time-Life Building är en del av Rockefeller Center och grundaren Henry Luce   →

Rockefeller – en klimatsmart historia

Klimathotet anses allmänt vara vår tids ödesfråga, men någon övertygande vetenskaplig grund för klimathotet har varit svår att finna, snarast är det tvärtom. Trots det fungerar medias så kallade journalister som propagandister för klimathotet, akademierna kväver det fria ordet för dem, som på vetenskaplig grund tillåter sig att tvivla på detta hot och en liten   →

Protect OUR Species – Bokrelease ”Rockefeller – en klimatsmart historia”

På annandag påsk, Jordens Dag, den 22 april 2019, släpps min bok Rockefeller – En klimatsmart historia. En rafflande och paradoxal historia om hur familjen som gjorde mänskligheten beroende av olja vände sig emot den verksamhet som gjorde John D. Rockefeller till den rikaste mannen i USA, och familjen till en av de mäktigaste i   →

Rockefeller och klimathotet – Del 9 – The Road to Paris

“We have been involved in the entire United Nations Framework on Climate Change (UNFCCC) process going back to Kyoto. We have supported grantees in different areas including in the think-tank community who have been working on the substance of the global climate agreement. We’ve also focused on supporting advocates working globally to increase the ambition   →

Rockefeller och Klimathotet – Del 8 – The Future We Want

“The ultimate challenge is to shape the common concern of most countries and all major ones regarding the economic crisis, together with a common fear of jihadist terrorism, into a common strategy reinforced by the realization that the new issues like proliferation, energy and climate change permit no national or regional solution.” (Henry Kissinger –“The   →

Rockefeller och klimathotet – Del 7 – Global Warning

Jorden har feber “Earth is running a fever. We have measured it. We know the cause: the carbon dioxide and other heat-trapping gases that we are pumping into the atmosphere. We also know if nothing changes, Earth’s fever will continue to rise and things will get much worse. And yet there is a cure; in   →

Rockefeller och klimathotet – Del 6 – Den stora omställningen

 “Global climate change is one of the emerging transnational threats to peace, justice, and sustainable development that have moved closer to the top of the international security agenda since the end of the Cold War. Like other cross-border challenges —crime and terrorism, infectious disease and the strains of gross economic inequity—its management will require collaboration   →

Rockefeller och Klimathotet – Del 5 – One World  

“When the Fund began making grants to address climate change issues in 1985 it was difficult to persuade citizens and policy makers of the significance of this threat to life on the planet. Today, the knowledge base as well as perceptions of the problems that could result from global warming are dramatically different from what   →

Rockefeller och klimathotet – Del 4 – Romklubben och miljörörelsen

Miljöfrågan får sitt genombrott ”Man is now degrading his environment at a terrifying rate. The cumulative effects of advancing technology, massive industrialization, urban concentration, and population growth have all combined . . . not only to create imminent danger to the quality of human life, but even to pose threats to life itself.” (Rockefeller Foundation,   →