jeudi 11 septembre 2014

Fwd: La plus importante pétition que nous ayons jamais lancée



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Chères amies, chers amis d'Avaaz



Dans quelques jours, une réunion de l'ONU aura lieu en urgence à propos du changement climatique. Nous devrons y remettre la pétition la plus importante d'Avaaz de tous les temps pour demander un monde où 100% de l'énergie serait propre. Le nombre de signataires sera annoncé publiquement à tous les dirigeants du monde pendant le sommet! Signez la pétition sur votre gauche en un clic!

SIGN THE PETITION
En toute honnêteté, je peux vous dire que c'est la pétition la plus importante que nous ayons jamais lancée.

Excusez-moi de parler franchement, mais un scientifique de renom vient de nous avertir que nous étions "foutus" si d'énormes quantités de méthane s'échappaient de la toundra arctique à cause du réchauffement climatique. Il ne s'agit que d'un aspect de la catastrophe climatique qui nous menace et l'ONU a bien conscience de cette situation. C'est pour ça qu'elle a convoqué une réunion des dirigeants du monde entier à New York au sujet de cette urgence planétaire.

Nous serons des centaines de milliers à descendre dans les rues juste avant le sommet. Lors de cette Marche des citoyens pour le Climat, nous allons remettre la pétition la plus importante d'Avaaz de tous les temps en faveur de la seule solution possible: mobiliser le monde entier pour basculer vers des énergies 100% propres. Cliquez pour signer en un clic et partagez avec tout le monde autour de vous:

https://secure.avaaz.org/fr/100_clean_paris/?bitcWdb&signup=1&cl=5790291147&v=45089

Voici le texte de la pétition:

A l'attention de tous les responsables locaux, nationaux et internationaux:
Les scientifiques nous préviennent que le changement climatique pourrait s'accélérer au point de devenir incontrôlable, menaçant notre survie et tout ce que nous aimons. Nous vous demandons de maintenir la hausse des températures en dessous du seuil dangereux des 2°C, en réduisant progressivement à zéro la pollution liée aux émissions de dioxyde de carbone. Pour parvenir à ce résultat, vous devez de toute urgence conclure des accords locaux, nationaux et internationaux réalistes afin de faire basculer nos sociétés vers des énergies 100% propres d'ici à 2050. Cette transition doit s'effectuer de manière équitable en venant en aide aux personnes les plus vulnérables. Notre monde mérite d'être sauvé et c'est maintenant qu'il faut agir. Pour tout changer, nous avons besoin de tout le monde. Rejoignez-nous!


Signez en un clic ici:

https://secure.avaaz.org/fr/100_clean_paris/?bitcWdb&signup=1&cl=5790291147&v=45089

Qu'il s'agisse de la 'bombe au méthane' de l'Arctique, de l'acidification rapide de nos océans ou d'inondations apocalyptiques, le changement climatique est la plus grande menace pour l'humanité et nous avons besoin de la plus grande pétition jamais lancée pour y répondre. Si nous atteignons un nombre record de signatures, le résultat de cette pétition sera annoncé publiquement à tous les dirigeants réunis lors du sommet de l'ONU. Il sera repris par des centaines d'articles de presse et par toutes les Journées d'actions du monde entier.

100% d'énergies propres, c'est un objectif réaliste. 20% de l'électricité mondiale provient de sources d'énergies propres et l'énergie solaire est moins chère que le charbon dans bien des pays. La seule chose qu'il nous reste à faire, c'est de convaincre nos leaders d'accélérer le mouvement.

Nous sommes en train d'organiser la plus grande mobilisation pour le climat de l'Histoire. Des centaines et des centaines de Journées d'actions locales sont déjà prévues pour le 21 septembre et des centaines de milliers de personnes ont annoncé leur participation. Mais tous ces évènements doivent converger vers un seul but: remettre notre pétition à nos dirigeants. Parlez-en tout autour de vous et rejoignez-nous - signez la pétition en un clic ci-dessous:

https://secure.avaaz.org/fr/100_clean_paris/?bitcWdb&signup=1&cl=5790291147&v=45089

Nous sommes tous différents et magnifiques dans notre diversité. Mais qui que nous soyons, où que nous vivions, le changement climatique met en péril ce que nous aimons et c'est ce qui nous réunit aujourd'hui. Rassemblons-nous maintenant.

Avec espoir,

Ricken, Danny, Lisa, Judy, Alex, Iain et toute l'équipe d'Avaaz

PS - Toutes les signatures comptent. Ajoutez votre voix à notre appel ici en un seul clic: https://secure.avaaz.org/fr/100_clean_paris/?bitcWdb&signup=1&cl=5790291147&v=45089

POUR PLUS D'INFORMATIONS:

Un climatologue déclare publiquement que la planète est fichue! (Gizmodo)
http://www.gizmodo.fr/2014/08/07/climatologue-declare-publiquement-situation-catastrophique.html

L'UE dépasse ses objectifs climat pour 2020 mais reste divisée pour 2030 (Reuters - en anglais)
http://uk.reuters.com/article/2014/05/14/eu-carbon-idUKL6N0O06BG20140514

L'article le plus important sur le changement climatique reste encore inconnu du plus grand nombre (Inside Climate News - en anglais)
http://insideclimatenews.org/news/20140213/climate-change-science-carbon-budget-nature-global-warming-2-degrees-bill-mckibben-fossil-fuels-keystone-xl-oil?page=show

Inondations, tempêtes et vagues de chaleur en 2050: comment les présentateurs météo imaginent le changement climatique (Reuters - en anglais)
http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/09/01/us-climatechange-idUSKBN0GW2OT20140901

Changement climatique: il serait pire que prévu (Sciences et Avenir)
http://www.sciencesetavenir.fr/nature-environnement/20140822.OBS6919/changement-climatique-il-serait-encore-pire-que-prevu.html


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Fwd: [MICHEL SALOFF COSTE] Kosmos' Dot Maver Joins Hands with Desmond Tutu, Deepak Chopra, Bill McKibben, Others for Global Unity



Kosmos Project Director, Dot Maver, is an educator and lifelong peacebuilder. She is Founding Trustee of the National Peace Academy USA and founder and board member of the Global Alliance for Ministries and Infrastructures of Peace and the River Phoenix Center for Peacebuilding. Her work in education, politics and grassroots community organizing is focused on applied peacebuilding utilizing a shared responsibility and shared leadership model. From 2005 – 2007 Dot served as Executive Director of The Peace Alliance and Campaign for a US Department of Peace, and prior to that she was the National Campaign Manager for Kucinich for President 2004. 
Dot Maver is playing a role in numerous events during the month of September with a focus on the culture of peace. Over the weekend of the International Day of Peace (IDP) , September 21, there are events focused on both IDP and Climate Change.
Dot Maver
Dot Maver
Tuesday September 9th, Dot is a panelist at the UN High Level Forum on the Culture of Peace. This day-long General Assembly High Level Forum is an open public opportunity for UN Member States, UN system entities, civil society including NGOs, media, private sector and other interested stakeholders to discuss ways and means to promote the Culture of Peace. Special focus will be on the implementation of the UN Programme of Action on Culture of Peace adopted by the UN General Assembly in l999. The afternoon panel is titled: Global Citizenship on the Pathway to the Culture of Peace.REGISTER HERE: http://www.gmcop.org/registration
Sunday September 14th –Dot is one of the presenters for PEACECAST 2014which is primed to air its 3rd global webcast for peace, featuring 48 hours of peace-related news and entertainment by inspired organizations and artists around the world. 12 noon Eastern, 9 am Pacific, 5 pm British standard Call-in information: 954-922-3507; access code: 491943
(international call numbers are also available.) www.peacecast.tv
Friday, September 19th Dot will emcee a 7 pm reception celebrating the International Day of Peace at the Nicholas Roerich Museum, co-sponsored by UN International Day of Peace NGO Committee, Global Movement for the Culture of Peace, National Peace Academy USA, Pathways to Peace, United Religions Initiative, We the People, and World Peace Prayer Society. The theme of IDP 2014 is "Right of Peoples to Peace". The featured artist of the human spirit is Marika Popovitz. Gemma Bulos will share her internationally acclaimed song We Rise. Chief Looking Horse will offer closing remarks.
11 Days of Global Unity: September 11-21
Sunday September 21st (International Day of Peace) – culminates The Historic 11 Days Tele-Summit for the Summer of Peace! Join Desmond Tutu, Amy Goodman, Daniel Ellsberg, Deepak Chopra, Bill McKibben, Hazel Henderson, Riane Eisler, Barbara Marx Hubbard, Eckhart Tolle, Jonathan Granoff, Dot Maver – More than 20 Visionary Global Leaders
Preview: September 9 (12noon Eastern Time USA) – Barbara Marx Hubbard and Audrey Kitagawa
11 Global Unity Themes of Change – 11 Ways to Change the World
(Each session September 11-21 starts @ 1PM Eastern Time USA)
Archbishop Desmond Tutu
Sept 11 UNITY – Eckhart Tolle, Barnet Bain and Kurt Johnson
Sept 12 INTERDEPENDENCE – Lisinka Ulatowska
Sept 13 ENVIRONMENT – Bill McKibben
Sept 14 ECONOMIC JUSTICE – Hazel Henderson and Riane Eisler
Sept 15 HEALTH – Deepak Chopra and James Maskell
Sept 16 CHILDREN & YOUTH – Noah Miller and Nina Meyerhof
Sept 17 WOMEN – Hassina Sherjan and Gemma Bulos
Sept 18 HUMAN RIGHTS – Archbishop Desmond Tutu
Sept 19 FREEDOM – Daniel Ellsberg and Amy Goodman
Sept 20 DISARMAMENT – Jonathan Granoff
Sept 21 PEACE (International Day of Peace) – Deborah Moldow, Monica Willard, Dot Maver, and Ambassador John McDonald
(Note: Schedule and speakers are subject to change. Please check WE.net/11days for the latest information)
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Chief Looking Horse

Sunday September 21st, Chief Looking Horse will offer closing remarks at the IDP Reception on the 19th and will be taking part in Religions for the Earth Conference and the World Conference on Indigenous Peoples. He is coming to NYC to deliver a message to protect the environment and will be delivering the opening blessing/remarks at St. John the Divine after the People's March for Climate Change on Sunday September 21st.



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Envoyé par Blogger dans MICHEL SALOFF COSTE le 9/11/2014 04:09:00 PM

Fwd: Climate and Peace



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Kosmos Newsletter
SEPTEMBER 9, 2014 NEWSLETTER
Climate and Peace

Dear Readers,

The People's Climate March in New York City is being heralded as the largest climate march in history. It coincides with the International Day of Peace, September 21. Climate and Peace might seem like two different ideas yet closer examination reveals they are deeply interconnected. Arable land, healthy soil, sources of clean water, fuel, and energy are all clearly tied to climate…and also to conflict, from ancient tribal disputes to modern global warfare.

People everywhere are waking up to the truth that nothing 'out there' is going to restore the climate or build peace. It's up to us. Join a climate action in your area, and one of the many events–live or online–celebrating the International Day of Peace.

Kosmos Project Director, Dot Maver, has been a peacebuilder all her career. This month she seems to be everywhere at once–speaking, advocating, witnessing–joining great peace luminaries Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Daniel Ellsberg, Deepak Chopra, Bill McKibben, and others. Learn more about Dot's efforts in this newsletter. We also include information and logistics about the March, the new climate movie Disruption, an essay on people power, and musings about the earth in words and pictures from friends in Norway.

The thin, fragile atmosphere of our planet, embracing us all, is a profound gift of Life. The thunderstorm, the rainbow, the sunset erupting in color, the morning dew – all are reminders of this beautiful embrace.  Let's come together in peace to help protect our precious climate.

The mission of Kosmos is to inform, inspire and engage individual and collective participation for global transformation in harmony with all Life.

In loving cooperation,

The Kosmos Team



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Kosmos Project Director, Dot Maver is an educator and lifelong peacebuilder. She is Founding Trustee of the National Peace Academy USA and founder and board member of the Global Alliance for Ministries and Infrastructures of Peace and the River Phoenix Center for Peacebuilding…(more)

Dot Maver is playing a role in numerous events during the month of September with a focus on the culture of peace.

Tuesday September 9th, Dot is a panelist at the UN High Level Forum on the Culture of Peace. This day-long General Assembly High Level Forum is an open public opportunity for UN Member States, UN system entities, civil society including NGOs, media, private sector and other interested stakeholders to discuss ways and means to promote the Culture of Peace.


What to Bring to the March

Most importantly, bring everyone you know! Help make this the largest call for climate justice imaginable!

Bring things that help communicate the message:
- Make your own signs and banners and t-shirts and flags – be creative
- Carry signs or banners that let people know where you are from – what organization, what city or state, what country
- Remember: only cardboard tubing or string can be used to carry signs, banners, flags, etc.
- Music that does not need amplification is encouraged


'When it comes to climate change, why do we do so little when we know so much?'

How do we understand the growing environmental and political challenges of global climate change as well as the possibilities for taking action? Why are citizens organizing for the world's largest rally at the People's Climate March in New York City on Sunday, September 21st? Is this the generation that will finally mobilize to solve the global climate crisis? 350.org's new film "DISRUPTION: Climate. Change!" addresses these questions and more.


A group of Dharma teachers from Africa, Europe, Asia, Canada, and the U.S. have issued a statement describing core Buddhist insights into the root causes of the climate crisis and ways to minimize its potentially tragic consequences.

"Today humanity faces an unprecedented crisis of almost unimaginable magnitude. Escalating climate change is altering the global environment so drastically as to force the Earth into a new geological age. Unprecedented levels of suffering for all life on Earth, including human, will result. Significant reductions in greenhouse gases and other actions will be needed to reduce climate change to manageable levels. But more fundamental changes are also needed, and this is where we can draw guidance from the rich resources of the Buddha's teachings, the Dharma. This statement briefly describes core Buddhist insights into the root causes of the climate crisis and suggests ways to minimize its potentially tragic consequences."


By Maragaret Flowers in the Spring/Summer edition of Kosmos Journal:

On a snowy weekend in January, activists for social, economic and environmental justice from across the United States gathered in a Chicago union hall to plan a Global Climate Convergence: ten days of action from Earth Day to May Day. Many of these activists had never focused on the climate crisis before, being mired instead in fighting battles that loomed more immediately in their lives. Who has the capacity to worry about climate change when your community is hungry, cold, without shelter, lacks health care or is being poisoned?

During that weekend meeting, we transcended the barriers that typically lead to working in narrow silos and treading water while the oceans literally and figuratively continue to rise around us. We stepped outside of our particular areas of advocacy, connected our struggles, and forged a collective effort to take action together this spring and beyond. The rallying cry was that the time has arrived to join hands and change course.


For 100 days, Norwegian artist, poet and activist Åsmund Seip has kept a journal for the earth. Here are a few entries, with photographs by him and Birgitta Eva Hollander.

day 26
'You are nature. You have never been anything else. Never separated from nature, never a stranger to nature. You and nature are the same. Naturally natural. Expressed in human form. As you move around, nature expresses itself through you. As you.'


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Fwd: [MICHEL SALOFF COSTE] 2014 11 18 ECONOMIE VERTE SOLUTION A LA CRISE



Colloque économie(s) verte(s) 18 novembre 2014

Participez à ce colloque exceptionnel qui aura lieu à l'Aula Magna. L'équipe du service Environnement de l'UCM prépare un 18 novembre riche en débats et en perspectives avec une invitée de marque et des intervenants dynamiques.

Economie(s) verte(s) : solution à la crise ?


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 Programme (à confirmer) 
09h30Accueil Café équitable 
10h00Introduction Philippe GODFROID, Président de l'UCM
10h05Le management du troisième millénaireMICHEL SALOFF-COSTE, expert international en Management, Stratégie et Communication. Co fondateur du club de Budapest, de l'Université intégrale et de Design me a planet
10h30Les économies vertes, enjeux essentiels pour la WalloniePar le nouveau Ministre de l'Economie, des PME, du Commerce extérieur                                                                                                         
10h40Etat des lieux et perspectives de l'environnement économique des PMEIlse MOENS, Director Price Waterhouse Coopers
11h10La 3ème révolution industrielle, en région Nord Pas-de-CalaisPhilippe VASSEUR, Président de la CCI de région Nord de France, ministre français de l'Agriculture, de la Pêche et de l'Alimentation de 1995 à 1997
11h40Transition écologique et transition économiqueIsabelle CASSIERS, Chercheur qualifié du Fonds National de la Recherche Scientifique et Professeur au Département des Sciences Economiques de l'Université catholique de Louvain(UCL)
12h10 Séance Questions/Réponses 
12h30 Repas durable 
 Des exemples concrets en Wallonie… 
13h30Table ronde : des entreprises ont modifié, avec succès, leur business modelPrésence et débat de 5 chefs qui ont osé...
14h20Table ronde : économie et environnement : des opportunités et des défis à relever…Présence et débat de 5 consultants qui accompagnent les PME en matière d'économie verte.
15h10Construire la prochaine économie 
Bettina Laville, Directrice de recherche à l'Institut de relations internationales et stratégiques (IRIS).
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En charge des matières environnementales, au sein des cabinets
de François Mitterrand, François Bérégovoy et Lionel Jospin jusqu'en 2001.
Chargée du débat public du Grenelle de l'environnement (octobre 2007),
Rapporteur lors de la Conférence environnementale et membre de la Délégation
française de Rio +20 (2012).
15h50Conclusion de la journéepar le nouveau Ministre wallon du Développement durable, de l'Énergie, du Logement, de la Recherche et de la Fonction publique
16h00Drink responsable 
 Invitation à télécharger  
 

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Envoyé par Blogger dans MICHEL SALOFF COSTE le 9/11/2014 12:28:00 PM

vendredi 29 août 2014

Fwd: Annonce de l'Association l'échappée belle




Chers amis


Nous cherchons à agrandir notre équipe de nouvelles plumes pour faire des articles sur nos auteurs et donner des avis éclairés et sensibles sur les nouveaux manuscrits en attente
Les écrivains en devenir sont les bienvenus!

Bien à vous
et Belle rentrée à tous!

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Fwd: Be a Peace Builder: International Day of Peace



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Kosmos Newsletter
AUGUST 26, 2014 NEWSLETTER
Be a Peace Builder: International Day of Peace

Dear Reader,

To some, the idea of world peace seems cliche', an idealistic fantasy. In the mainstream media we encounter a world awash in violence, division and the threat of mutual oblivion. We see the unrest and terrible suffering.

Most of the world's 'peace work' is unreported however – in the countless NGOs working to address the underlying causes of conflict, in communities working at every scale to create more resilient peaceful lives; and in each of us who rejects violence, commits to a path of inner peace, or simply 'touches peace' regularly in the beauty of nature, the play of children, the wonder of a star-filled sky. Then there is the peace work of the earth itself, quietly transforming from one season to the next, growing, giving, regenerating. Peace is not a destination or a goal, it is the road we travel, or as the Zen Master and peace activist Thich Nhat Hanh says, 'peace is every step'.

The International Day of Peace (IDP) on September 21 is our moment to honor all these efforts and shed light on some of them for others to see. Kosmos Journal Editor, Nancy Roof participated in the initial meetings at the United Nations to establish the International Day of Peace more than 30 years ago. Along with Kosmos author, Avon Mattison, founder of Pathways to Peace, they were inspired with the global possibility of developing non-violent means to end conflicts and establish the foundations for building a culture of peace. The IDP has grown and now there are many events happening worldwide. We have listed a number of them in this newsletter.

It is sure to be an historic day with the People's Climate March coinciding in New York City. The connection between peace and sustainability are well documented. Peace has a lot to do with making sure communities everywhere have reliable sources of food, water and energy and can live free from fear.

Last September, Nancy Roof was invited to address the UN's High-Level Forum on the Culture of Peace. This year the honor belongs to our Project Director, Dot Maver. Dot's address will be featured in the Fall/Winter edition of Kosmos Journal. You can read Nancy's address here in the newsletter. We have also included an essay on the need for interfaith cooperation by Dena Merriam, essential in this climate of religious conflict.

All are invited to participate some way in this year's International Day of Peace. Just to sit in peace, light a candle – it's enough. And if you feel compelled to join an event, gather in a peaceful vigil, or roll up your sleeves and commit to peace work, we encourage you. It may not be reported on the evening news, but you are making history, or more importantly, building our future.

Deepest peace,

Kosmos



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We have gathered a resource list of numerous International Day of Peace events from around the world. Check the websites cited frequently for updates and changes as IDP nears.


This is an edited version of the talk Nancy Roof gave at the High-Level Forum on September 6, 2013 at the UN.

'Thank you for inviting me to speak on the topic of a culture of peace—the number one concern of all humanity. We are here because we care. We care that people around the globe are in fear, are in pain and suffering. We are motivated by our deep love of humanity and all life.'


Dena Merriam is founder of the Global Peace Initiative for Women, a former member of the board of Harvard University Center for the Study of World Religions and the International Center for Religion and Diplomacy. She is co-chair of the Millennium World Peace Summit, the first summit held at the United Nations General Assembly for more than 1,500 of the world's religious leaders.

"There is no greater need now than cultivating a global understanding of human unity. Faith communities should lead this effort as our spiritual values, such as compassion, love, and peace, are universal and can bring us together as a human community. Why then is this so problematic for many religious leaders today? Why is religious identity more important than human identity at a time when the problems we face, such as climate change and growing economic inequity, are global and can only be solved through collective efforts? "


by Eddie Bautista, for Earth Island Journal

People's Climate March in New York City aims to mobilize mass action on the climate crisis

Social justice doesn't often result from spontaneous demonstrations or an impulsive rush to the streets. It comes from long-term investments in organizing, community building, and grassroots campaigns. Activism requires a lot more meetings than marches.

But now and then, it's the right time for a march. And on the issue of climate justice, we've come to such a time. The New York City Environmental Justice Alliance (NYC-EJA), a network of community-based organizations in low-income communities of color throughout NYC, has joined together with organizations around the world to call for a People's Climate March this September 20-21 right here in NYC. So start lacing up your marching shoes and I'll explain why now is the time for action.


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