This track investigates our massive dependence on fossil fuels and builds from the power of the communities who subsidise this perverse industry and who suffer gross despoliation. We believe that a transition from fossil fuels must be rapid and urgent and devoid of distractions by way of fixes that depend on the status quo.
Here are some of HOMEF’s engagements as we round up for the year and as the new year, 2020 begins: National Youth Climate Innovation Hub In partnership with the United Nations Development Programme, and the Department of Climate Change in Nigeria, HOMEF is...
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Let’s sing the pollution to silence! (Paraphrasing KSW). Let’s expose #ecocide through song, poetry and other art forms. The Black Tide (in the Niger Delta) must be stopped. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z3QEEwBvp7Q&feature=youtu.be
living in fear
Juan Lopez Villar
This book explores the general relation between wars, conflicts and natural resources, focusing in particular on two African countries: Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and South Sudan.