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APRIL 2, 2019

 

 
 
ENVIRONMENT

This Airline Is the First Non-Coal Company to Join Europe's Top 10 Carbon Emitters

“Aviation is Europe’s biggest climate failure,” says EU campaign group.


Why Global Citizens Should Care
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Irish airline Ryanair is now listed among Europe’s top 10 emitters of carbon, according to EU figures released on Monday. 

It’s the first time ever that a non-coal company has been named on the listby the EU’s Emission Trading System (EU ETS), launched in 2005 to help combat global warming. 

In total, Ryanair produced 9.9 megatonnes of greenhouse gas emissions in 2018 — an increase of 7% compared to 2017, according to the Guardian, and up 49% over the last five years. 

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And according to Transport & Environment (T&E) — a European collective of NGOs working to promote sustainable transport — the ranking highlights aviation as “Europe’s biggest climate failure.” 

 

Ryanair is the new coal!

It's 1st Airline to become Top-10 carbon polluter in Europe - the other 9 being coal plants.

Aviation emissions have risen 26.3% since 2013 – far outpacing all transport modes.

Airlines pay no fuel tax. Air tickets have no VAT.https://transenv.eu/2uIGZYx 

 
 
 
 

The group said the ranking demonstrates that Europe is failing to “rein in the runaway emissions growth of aviation, which pays no taxes on its fuel and VAT on its tickets.” 

“When it comes to climate, Ryanair is the new coal,” said Andrew Murphy, the aviation manager at T&E, in a statement. “This trend will only continue until Europe realises that this undertaxed and under-regulated sector needs to be brought into line.”

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The group warned that relying on voluntary gestures from the sector isn’t enough, and that legislation is needed to limit airlines’ increasing carbon emissions. 

In response, Ryanair told Global Citizen over email: “Ryanair is Europe’s greenest and cleanest airline. Passengers travelling on Ryanair have the lowest CO2 emissions per km travelled than any other airline.” 

Green economy news site Business Green has highlighted that low-cost airlines generally do have lower carbon emissions when considered per passenger because there are more passengers per flight. 

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Meanwhile, the other nine companies named and shamed in the ranking are all coal power plants — seven of which are in Germany, and one is in Bulgaria. The last — ranked No. 1 on the list — is Belchatow in Poland, which produces 38 megatonnes of emissions each year. 

Among other airlines in Europe that reportedly appeared on the ranking were EasyJet in 31st place following an 11% rise in emissions in 2018; Lufthansa, Norwegian, and British Airways. 

In total, airlines’ carbon emissions grew by nearly 5% within Europe last year, and by over 26% since 2014, according to T&E — “far outpacing” any other mode of transport. 

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Currently, aviation is reportedly responsible for about 3% of Europe’s total greenhouse gas emissions. But according to industry forecasts cited in the Guardian, this could rise by up to 700% by 2050 as the sector gets larger. 

Murphy added: “The time has come for a big change in Europe’s aviation policy.” 

There is some good news, however, with coal emissions falling across Europe by over 4%, largely thanks to moves towards cleaner energy alternatives. The power and heat sector reportedly saw a 6% drop in emissions.

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1 DE ABRIL DE 2019

 

 
 
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El Papa Francisco dice que construir muros no solucionará la crisis mundial de migración

Dijo que los gobiernos deben resolver la crisis humanamente.

Por qué es importante para los Global Citizens
La migración se ha convertido en un problema polarizador en los últimos años y muchos países han respondido tomando medidas enérgicas contra algunas de las poblaciones más vulnerables del mundo. Las Naciones Unidas y el Papa han instado a los países a adoptar un enfoque más humano para manejar la migración. Puedes unirte a nosotros para tomar medidas sobre este tema aquí.
 

El Papa Francisco dijo que el aumento global de la migración debería ser abordado enfocándose en resolver sus causas fundamentales, no construyendo muros, en una entrevista a bordo del avión papal el domingo, según informó Reuters.

 

"Los constructores de muros, ya sea que estén construidos de alambre o ladrillos, terminarán convirtiéndose en prisioneros de los muros que construyen", dijo el Papa.

El Papa explicó que los países ricos tienen la obligación de lidiar humanamente con la migración. Se refirió a esto cuando se le preguntó sobre la reciente amenaza del Presidente de los Estados Unidos Trump de cerrar la frontera entre Estados Unidos y México para desalentar la migración.

 

Y aunque no nombró a líderes específicos, el Papa reconoció que la migración se ha convertido en un tema preocupante en los últimos años.

 

"Me doy cuenta de que con este problema, un gobierno tiene una papa caliente en sus manos, pero debe resolverse de manera diferente, humanamente, no con cercos", dijo.

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De acuerdo con el Informe de Migración Internacional de las Naciones Unidas, entre 2000 y 2017, la migración global aumentó en un 49%, convirtiéndose en un importante motor de ganancias económicas y también en una fuente de tensión en muchos países. Además de la migración voluntaria, actualmente hay 22 millones de personas en todo el mundo que han sido desplazadas de sus países por fuerzas como el conflicto, la persecución y los desastres naturales.

 

La mayoría de los migrantes terminan en países de altos ingresos donde generalmente hay más oportunidades laborales, pero los países de bajos ingresos acaparan el 84% de todos los refugiados y solicitantes de asilo, según el informe de la ONU. Aunque los migrantes y los refugiados son causados por diferentes factores, a menudo se agrupan cuando los países cierran sus fronteras.

 

La migración se ha convertido en un problema más polarizador en algunos países que en otros.

 

En los Estados Unidos, por ejemplo, el presidente Donald Trump ha amenazado con cerrar la frontera con México para evitar que los solicitantes de asilo crucen y dijo que eliminará la ayuda extranjera al Triángulo del Norte, donde se originan grandes cantidades de solicitantes de asilo.

En toda Europa, la migración ha impulsado a grupos anti-inmigración de extrema derecha al poder en Italia y Alemania, y ha impulsado eventos como el Brexit en el Reino Unido. En Tailandia, una ofensiva contra los inmigrantes indocumentados también afectó a los refugiados y solicitantes de asilo, y Marruecos tiene una política de casi cero tolerancia para los migrantes del África subsahariana.

 

La intolerancia general hacia los migrantes en todo el mundo ha llevado a muchos a correr riesgos extremos, como ponerse en contacto con contrabandistas, atravesar paisajes peligrosos y cruzar cuerpos de agua peligrosos en busca de seguridad y oportunidades. Desde el año 2000, más de 60,000 migrantes han muerto mientras buscaban seguridad.

 

El Papa Francisco ha pedido a los países que adopten un enfoque más humano para manejar a los migrantes, refugiados y solicitantes de asilo. Mientras tanto, la ONU insta a los países a adoptar un nuevo pacto sobre la migración que reconozca la naturaleza cambiante de la economía mundial, el papel que desempeña el cambio climático en el desplazamiento de las personas y las diversas causas fundamentales que impulsan la migración.

 

El Papa dijo que abordar los crecientes niveles de desigualdad contribuiría en gran medida a reducir los flujos migratorios.

 

"Con miedo, no avanzaremos. Con muros, permaneceremos cerrados dentro de estos muros", dijo a la prensa el domingo.

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Autism is a lifelong condition, but it is more than just a diagnosis. ✍️

It means something unique and different to each person. 👫 👬 👭

Hear from Jack (@MrJW18) 💬 about what it means to him.

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APRIL 2, 2019

 

 
 
EDUCATION

Sesame Street Is Teaching Viewers What It's Like to Have an Autistic Family Member

“All children, autistic and neurotypical alike, are amazing in their own ways.”


Why Global Citizens Should Care
Over 93 million children in the world live with disabilities. All children have the right to learn in safe, accepting environments, no matter their physical or intellectual capabilities. Learning about different conditions is the first step to fighting discrimination. You can join us and take action on this issue here

This April, in honor of Autism Awareness Month, the nonprofit organization Sesame Workshop is providing educational resources for families touched by the condition.

In 2017, Sesame Street introduced Julia, the first muppet with autism spectrum disorder –– a broad range of conditions characterized by challenges with social skills, repetitive behaviors, speech, and nonverbal communication. Now, viewers get to meet her family, showing how they deal with many of the same challenges anyone else’s does. Julia’s mom is an art teacher, and her dad is a saxophone player, the company announced Monday. She also has a protective older brother and a dog. 

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"Children with autism often face unique challenges, as do their parents and siblings,” Sherrie Westin, president of global impact and philanthropy at Sesame Workshop, said in a statement to Global Citizen. “But every family faces challenges of some sort, which is why we are focusing on what all families have in common. In a family, everyone has different roles, challenges, and strengths, and everyone can learn from one another."

Jeanette Betancourt, the senior vice president for US social impact at Sesame Workshop, told Good Morning America she hopes that Julia's family can help other families with autistic children. 

 

Go behind-the-scenes to see the creation of Julia’s family! From Jim Henson’s Creature Shop to the Sesame Street set, witness the incredible process of bringing characters to life.

 
 
 
 

Sesame Workshop released additional materials on its website about autism, which currently affects 1 in 59 children in the US and their families. The resources specifically address bullying, which can disproportionately affect autistic children. Bullying affects a child’s ability to learn, leads them to avoid school, negatively affects their grades, and makes it more difficult for them to concentrate. 

On its "Bully-Busting" page, Sesame Workshop recommends parents stay observant of their children to see if they are showing signs of being bullied, like withdrawing or behaving differently. If they are verbal, the site recommends talking to them about bullying and trying to get the bully the help they need as well. 

Julias Family Gets Ready 2_Photo Credit Richard Termine.jpgImage: Courtesy of Sesame Workshop/Richard Termine

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Sesame Street has historically promoted diversity and inclusion on the show, encouraging children to accept each other by writing in characters from all walks of life. 

One of the show’s most famous muppets, Elmo, told Good Morning America he has a lot of fun playing with Julia.

"Julia has autism," Elmo said. "And that makes Julia different ... But it's really cool that everybody's a little bit different but same, too.”

Julia is also the face of the organization Autism Speaks’ new Ad Council campaign to raise awareness of early signs of autism and the need for support early on. 

“Sesame has long celebrated the uniqueness of every child as well as what all children share in common,” Westin said. “Julia has shown that all children, autistic and neurotypical alike, are amazing in their own ways.”

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Advocacy in Action: ONE’s 2019 agenda to end extreme poverty

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ONE events are a great way to learn about ONE, international development and the fight against global poverty, and meet other ONE members in your area. Please enter your information below to sign-up and the event host will be in contact.

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INDIANA and Indiana University! On Saturday, April 6th the Indiana University ONE Campus chapter and community team will be hosting the Advocacy in Action: ONE’s 2019 agenda to end extreme poverty training! 

At this exclusive training, led by Regional ONE staffer Shawn Phetteplace and the IU ONE Chapter, you will learn about our plan to help end extreme poverty, end AIDS and make sure that the most at-risk people get the help they need. We'll give you a background briefing on ONE, these issues and you'll be able to even take action right then and there! Want to step your activism and make a difference? Sign up now! 

Light refreshments will be provided. This training will last for 2 hours. 

In Bloomington we are going to be tabling on campus, at Earth Day, at the Bloomington Farmers Market and be organizing other events to help us fully fund the Global Fund to end HIV, TB and Malaria and help those most at risk. Want to help make the world a better place and get the skills and influence to make an impact with lawmakers? Join us for this training to get started!
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