Bolivia Takes the Lead!!!

Heads up! Bolivia is taking the lead on seriously dealing with the enviromental issues that concern ALL living things. Oh yes, Evo Morales is trying to do what failed so miserably in Copenhagen—create working relationships for truly addressing the pressing ecological realities of our time.  Amy Goodman has taken the broadcast of Democracy Now! straight to Tiquipaya, Bolivia  for coverage of the World Peoples’ Summit on Climate Change and Rights of Mother Earth.  Evo Morales continues to do more than talk the talk–he seems to be walking the walk along with Bolivia’s UN Ambassador Pablo Solon.  Check out Goodman’s coverage of this Summit and Bolivia’s other historical changes their people can believe in at   —>


  1. April 21, 2010 at 5:11 am

    Interestingly, there was just a big article in “The New Yorker” about Bolivia’s efforts to put their apparently-vast lithium reserves to use in the electric-vehicle industry …

    • April 21, 2010 at 3:52 pm

      Oh yeah–Boliva has about 50% of the world’s lithium –and guess what powers cellphones, cameras, and biopolar medicines? Yeah. THE poorest country in the world seems to have the leverage of an important resource to get the attention of more than silver miners. Did “The New Yorker” article mention the World People’s Summit and Rights of Mother Earth Conference NOW being held in Boliva? From what I’m hearing via Democracy Now! broadcasts this is The Place to be for real climate discussion. Indigenous people from around the world–many of whom were ‘silenced’ in Copenhagen–and who know first hand what’s going on with OUR Earth–are in attendance to do some serious brainstorming, communicating and CONNECTING.
      Oh and the world’s biggest polluter has declined to attend and has cut off economic aid to Boliva for dealing with climate change. I’m paying attention.

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