Helen Szoke - Oxfam Intermón

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The gravest fear among community members is the loss of their connection to land and culture if they are faced with the last resort – being forced to leave their islands. The longer-term challenges, including the threat of eventually being forced from their land, are complex and extremely confronting for communities with such a deep connection to their islands.feedback
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Jul 12 2017
This page is completely dedicated to what Helen Szoke has to say. All of Helen Szoke’s quotes are organized here by date and topic. The most recent quote attributed to Helen Szoke came from an article called New coalmines will worsen poverty and escalate climate change, report finds: “Against the backdrop of an imperilled Great Barrier Reef and extreme weather disasters, Australia's carbon pollution is continuing to climb – the tragic consequence of more than a decade of climate policy paralysis and short-term political opportunism. Renewable energy is set to power the fair economies of the future and Australia can make a choice to be part of that. Through its 2017 review of climate change policies, the Australian government has the opportunity to set a credible long-term goal and plan of action.”.
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