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[14 Mar 2020 | Topics: ]

The Key Slides

The International Day
of Action for Rivers (March 14) is a day dedicated to solidarity – when diverse
communities around the world come together with one voice to say that our
rivers matter.. As the 22nd annual International Day of Action for
Rivers. has been constrained by the spread of Covid-19 virus, still activists in several dozen countries held events to
celebrate river protection.

In Russia the Rivers
without Boundaries, All-Russia Civic Forum, Socio-ecological Union organized on
the March 13 in Moscow a Debate on Hydropower Dams’
Role in Climate Action.

Conservationists,
climate activists, scientists, and journalists will get …

Essential Publications, Featured, Paris vaut une barrage(?), Solidarity »

[7 Jan 2020 | Topics: ]

The Dead End

Opinion by Paul Hockenos(CNN)

Climate change is already wreaking
lethal havoc on the world of flora and fauna.

So, all hands on deck to save the
planet, right? We’re behind in the chase and need all the clean energy
resources we can muster to hit the 2015 Paris summit goals and curb global
warming, right?

Actually, no. All renewable energy
sources are neither equal nor welcome. Just because an energy source is zero or
low emissions doesn’t mean that it’s intrinsically
good for the environment — just look at nuclear power, which many
countries (rightly) deem much too …

Amur River, Essential Publications, Solidarity »

[31 Dec 2019 | Topics: ]

Disclaimer: This is Amur River between Russia and China, not in Chile

We got this Christmas card from our friends in the Americas and happy to share it with you as New Year gift! Our friends managed to publish this card in the New York Times and, besides spectacular free -flowing rivers, it features our report “HERITAGE DAMMED“.

Have fun , protect our rivers!!! Yours, RwB

The rivers of Chilean Patagonia cascade from snow-capped mountains through sheer rock facades and rolling hills, radiating bright turquoise, deep blues and vivid greens. …

Paris vaut une barrage(?), Solidarity »

[10 Dec 2019 | Topics: ]

In September the RwB Coalition published ” Our Response to the Climate Bond Initiative’s Attempt to “Climatewash” Hydropower “. Now 281 CSOs from 75 countries representing all major river basins of the world joined forces in a call to Climate Bonds Initiative to abandon proposed Standard for Hydropower, which has nothing to do with genuine climate mitigation efforts. Their statement is also available in Spanish, Russian, Vietnamese, and Portuguese (note: those are earlier releases with 276 signatories). At Climate COP 25 in Madrid this issue will be raised …