"White Americans turn out for Floyd protests, but will they work for change?" https://www.reuters.com/article/us-minneapolis-police-usa-white-analysis/white-americans-turn-out-for-floyd-protests-but-will-they-work-for-change-idUSKBN23I325
"...the climate movement has never and will never be just about saving the environment. It’s about fighting inequality and injustice - the story of climate destruction is just as much one of racial injustice and oppression as it is about the actual environmental damage." https://forgethefuture.substack.com/p/tumultuous-times
"Why U.S. energy CEOs will get big payouts despite oil meltdown" https://www.reuters.com/article/us-global-oil-shale-executives-insight/why-u-s-energy-ceos-will-get-big-payouts-despite-oil-meltdown-idUSKBN2331IC
>Facebook reportedly had evidence that its algorithms were dividing people, but top executives killed or weakened proposed solutions
help curl: the user survey 2020 https://daniel.haxx.se/blog/2020/05/18/help-curl-the-user-survey-2020/ - please run over and fill in your views. We need them! It'll only take you a few minutes.
"Complexity Has to Live Somewhere" https://ferd.ca/complexity-has-to-live-somewhere.html
"On Earth Day, calls grow to treat shock of coronavirus with 'green recovery'" https://www.reuters.com/article/us-earth-day-britain-negotiations/on-earth-day-calls-grow-to-treat-shock-of-coronavirus-with-green-recovery-idUSKCN22418D
"Amazon fires two tech workers who criticized the company’s warehouse workplace conditions" https://www.washingtonpost.com/technology/2020/04/13/amazon-workers-fired/ #Amazon #ClimateChange
"Why We Panic About The Coronavirus But Not About The Climate Crisis" https://www.huffpost.com/entry/coronavirus-climate-change-action-panic_n_5e6a27b4c5b6747ef117ff0d
A pledge for #AI researchers and engineers: don't help the fossil fuel industry https://medium.com/@techwontdrillit/tech-wont-drill-it-a63594dc6e66 #MachineLearning #ClimateChange #FossilFuels
"How to Stop Freaking Out and Tackle Climate Change" https://www.nytimes.com/2020/01/10/opinion/sunday/how-to-help-climate-change.html
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