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Wednesday, December 5, 2012

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Women will feel the brunt of changes to the monsoon the most. In India, nearly eighty percent of women work in agriculture (mainly as smallholder, rural farmers) and will have to cope with droughts, floods, and erratic rains. (read more:http://blog.wiser.org/1-2-billion-people/)

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We are facing one of the largest challenges yet - feeding 230,000 additional human beings every day, under a changing climate. According to Robert Carlson of the World Farmers’ Organisation, the United Nations has never before been faced wi
th such a critical and enormous challenge. But despite the impending crisis, the COP18 still hasn’t delivered anything concrete on agriculture... (read more: http://ccafs.cgiar.org/blog/impending-food-crisis-not-incentive-enough-climate-negotiators)

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Students for a Free Cooper Union, the student activist group that planned the occupation as part of a “Day of Action” against the administration on Monday, reiterated a series of demands in a statement released Tuesday morning. ( read more:http://www.newschoolfreepress.com/2012/12/04/cooper-union-occupation-continues-into-second-day/





What is this shift?  It is an awakening to our true identity.  It is the light being switched on in each and every one of us to the conscious understanding of who and what we truly are. .. (READ MORE: http://omtimes.com/2009/11/understanding-the-shift/