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Activism For The Environment: How To Build A Movement – 2017 COLLISION Conference Panel

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Ana Kasparian, Filmmaker Josh Fox, activist Alex Ebert, widely called the diva of Edward Sharpe and also the Magnetic Nos, as well as Ann Kleinhenz the leader of grassroots movement UptoUS talk about the demand for advocacy, particularly to alter the trajectory of our earth, as well as just what develop it needs to take.

Moderated by Ana Kasparian (Host, The Young Turks).

Panelists:.
Alex Ebert (Prima donna, Edward Sharpe as well as the Magnetic Absolutely nos).

Josh Fox (Owner, Artistic Director & Filmmaker, International WOW Firm).

Ann Kleinhenz (Founder, As much as United States).

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  1. Posted by DZ. KNUTZ, at Reply

    CENKS A CLOSET HOMOSEXUAL

    • Posted by The Dave West Show, at Reply

      Heck yeah!!

    • Posted by C Card, at Reply

      How do you know this DZ KNUTZ did you suck him off in the closet?

  2. Posted by This Guy, at Reply

    Here is how the individual can help the environment. Stop using any internal combustion vehicles, electricity, mass produced food or goods. So, start doing those things yourselves (I’m talking to you environmental activists). Real change can only come from leaders who actually lead by example. But, we all know you aren’t going to do that are you?

    • Posted by RancidWraith, at Reply

      This Guy They have to use fossil fuel powered planes to go to Climate summits to tell us how screwed we are.

    • Posted by The Dave West Show, at Reply

      Yo yo we r live!!!!

    • Posted by sarah silverman, at Reply

      why do you liberals use electricity, cars, computers and cell phones? l guess you want black people to die…

    • Posted by This Guy, at Reply

      +RancidWraith They’re all the same. When celebrities, politicians, or professional activists use the term “We”, they really mean You.

  3. Posted by Hakim Smailliw, at Reply

    Idiots

    • Posted by The Dave West Show, at Reply

      Goof!!!!! Lol vro we live now man!!!

  4. Posted by Hakim Smailliw, at Reply

    Ana’s feet😍

    • Posted by The Dave West Show, at Reply

      Stinky feet!!!!

    • Posted by Seekarr, at Reply

      He has a brain defect which makes him perceive feet as vaginas. It’s all in Freud.

    • Posted by RancidWraith, at Reply

      Hakim Smailliw I would suck her toes all day long.

  5. Posted by Mr President, at Reply

    It’s a cowspiracy. Make sure to put on your tinfoil hats liberals!

    • Posted by The Dave West Show, at Reply

      Live now Trump!!!!

  6. Posted by The Young Turds, at Reply

    I love fossil fuels !

  7. Posted by The Young Turds, at Reply

    Cenk and Ana drive nice cars while denying poor 3rd worlders fossil fuels for their scooters !

    • Posted by dj blÖsl Productions, at Reply

      Sorry it is not our job to deny alternative technologies because other countries in the world decided not to diversify their economy or study science.

    • Posted by sarah silverman, at Reply

      blosl is clearly racist.

  8. Posted by The Young Turds, at Reply

    First ask Di Crappio to stop burning so much fossil fuels for his private jet and private boat !!

    • Posted by RancidWraith, at Reply

      The Young Turds Oil execs aren’t lecturing us on the evils of oil…

    • Posted by The Young Turds, at Reply

      +dj blÖsl Productions atleast they dont pretend to be self righteous

    • Posted by The Young Turds, at Reply

      +RancidWraith why should they

    • Posted by sarah silverman, at Reply

      you mean the democrat billionaires and don’t forget al gore and leonardo dicrapio !

    • Posted by RancidWraith, at Reply

      The Young Turds Talking to the other guy.

  9. Posted by RancidWraith, at Reply

    HELL NO, WE WON’T PAY CARBON TAXES ANY DAY!

    • Posted by neokillar, at Reply

      We should make pickles illegal!

  10. Posted by RancidWraith, at Reply

    Even if you had someone instate your energy and environmental policies, they would immediately be voted out because of sky rocketing energy prices and the killing of entire industries.

  11. Posted by Charlie Spurr, at Reply

    We’re not just losing. We’ve already lost. We cannot stop climate change. We will feel some effects.

  12. Posted by Andross Pirobos, at Reply

    How about you go vegan instead of relying on government??

    • Posted by Andross Pirobos, at Reply

      +Amber Rose +Paul Swanee I invite you to read the story of elmhurst, a dairy farm that went vegan. If enough people boycott this very polluting industry, the market will adapt to offer more vegan products! http://www.elmhurst1925.com/ https://www.bevnet.com/news/2017/elmhurst-goes-non-dairy-new-milked-nuts-line

    • Posted by Paul Swanee, at Reply

      +Amber Rose Are you serious? They are people, who have to make a living to put food on their tables. We cant all just be kumbaya f@cking fairies in a utopian society where money and value doesn’t exist.

    • Posted by Paul Swanee, at Reply

      +Andross Pirobos What you say is true, however I have tried almond milk and there is a very significant difference in taste. Convincing consumers to boycott a product that tastes very different is very difficult to do. Look at how many times in history we have tried to ban products that people like, we even went so far as to make an amendment for one and it didn’t last very long…

    • Posted by Andross Pirobos, at Reply

      +Paul Swanee “boycott” is not the same thing as banning: you’re simply not supporting the product, just like how horses became irrelevant after the car became affordable. also, almond milk is not the only vegan milk, there are several you can choose from.

    • Posted by Amber Rose, at Reply

      Ummm small family farms do not make much income and they claim they do what they do for the love of their animals. But you can make a sustainable living in other ways.

  13. Posted by JJ. O'Dochartaigh, at Reply

    No, he did win the primary, thsrole it from him and handedit to her.

  14. Posted by Mario Quade, at Reply

    People has to get it out of their heads that there’ll ever be three major political parties in the US system. The system is set up to only have two parties. As long as you don’t change your way how you elect, at least, the president, there’ll never be three parties in the general public eye.

  15. Posted by Chunk Oooger, at Reply

    FILTHY LIBERAL ACTIVIST SCUM!

  16. Posted by Amber Rose, at Reply

    You can’t be an environmentalist and eat meat.

    • Posted by mmike10720, at Reply

      Amber Rose if you run a green farm you can. not to mention the level of methane produced by humans eating meat is similar too( though admittedly greater) the amount of meat and waste produced by carnivorus dinosaurs in the Jurassic period. So how about we stip pretending the issue of eating meat is one that stems from climate change when we can easily maintain our diets if we force corporations to run green farm facilities that recycle and control the amount of waste they produce. It’s a moral issue that you’re trying to conflate into a climate change one to picky back on the momentum that movement has. you can eat and control what you eat and the way it’s prepared responsibly. you cannot do the same with fossil fuels

    • Posted by Paul Swanee, at Reply

      Ah yes the classic vegan argument. Ok lets suppose there was an international mandate that livestock was forbidden. How exactly are people from impoverished nations supposed to survive? They are already in poverty and starving and now you’ve taken away more food and their means for agricultural production, so what exactly are they supposed to do to survive?

      This is even more important when you realize that impoverished nation livestock actually produces significantly more methane per animal, because their diets are poorer and lack nutrients than compared to western nations. A lack of nutrients requires the animals to eat more, which produces more manure and more methane.

    • Posted by Amber Rose, at Reply

      +mmike10720​ You are obviously unaware of the massive amounts of water and grain that has to be grown in order to feed those animals, and how much deforestation has to occur in order to make room for them to roam. And in the end they’re horribly killed. You simply cannot call yourself an environmentalist if you are going to continue to eat meat and contribute to the number one cause of global warming.

    • Posted by Amber Rose, at Reply

      Paul Swanee Read my last post. All the grain and water that goes to feed livestock can actually feed human beings.

    • Posted by Paul Swanee, at Reply

      +Amber Rose Youre still thinking about America. I’m talking about places like Mali, where they don’t have giant processing plants for agricultural feed. Their grass that comes from the ground does not have as many nutrients as processed feed in the USA.

  17. Posted by bigdaz7272, at Reply

    America is an oil company with an army.

  18. Posted by MrMalcolm900, at Reply

    I would love to see proof I mean concrete proof not a bunch of hypothesis but concrete proof that climate change is happening because of mankind.

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