YOUR LIFE WAS CHANGED IN SEPTEMBER 2018!
HAVE YOU FELT IT YET? IF NOT, YOU WILL
WARNING! WARNING! WARNING! – Time to PRAY, PRAY, PRAY!! WORLD, YOU ARE BEING PLAYED! I told you in the Pirates and Mermaids series that this whole Pirate Mermaid thing was not organic. It is being orchestrated to advance an AGENDA. Well, in this article you will see the proof. THERE IS AN AGENDA, and you better believe it. It is about to change your life forever. You think that Mermaids and Pirates are just fun. You think that anyone who cares about the Earth we live on would be happy to go along with the agenda and join the organizations and donate to the cause. WRONG! Organized Environmentalism has never been about “saving the planet”. It is about taking CONTROL of everything! Every single aspect of your life. They are going to use Environmental Protection to FORCE everyone into compliance with the New World Order/One World Government. They are going to TAX everything, including the water you drink, the air you breathe and even the sunshine. Anyone who does not comply with their regulations will be fined, imprisoned or KILLED!
We are in the last days. It is the time to choose sides. I understand that there are many more who will deny God than accept the truth. I am here to bring you information so that you can make an informed decision. Those of you who are onboard with the World’s Agenda, do what makes you happy. Those of you who are just being exposed to these truths, please understand I am not against people having a good time. Especially if they can do it as a family. There are a lot of people making a lot of money on this stuff. I am not against people making a living. I am about exposing the works of the enemy. I pray that these truths will not fall on deaf ears. I pray that your eyes will be opened. We cannot stop what is coming, but we can get through these times much better if we are aware.
SEPTEMBER is a HUGE MONTH for OCCULT ACTIVITY. These events are all being orchestrated to work together to create the environment for their MAGIC WORKINGS. Believe me or don’t. But, you have been warned.
AGENDA 2030 is actively being manifested. All the Global meetings of 2018 have moved us further into this evil world plan. Watch this video to the END! We need to band together or we will not survive!
A solemn WARNING is being Pronounced… Many won’t be prepared for what’s coming! WAKE UP
America is over, The Plan has Worked.
Sorry this video was censored. I can’t find a mirror of it anywhere.
DEBORAH TAVARES WELL DOCUMENTED PLAN TO KILL BILLIONS FROM ILLUSION TO REALITY 2018, Pt 1
Update 10/6: Just like I said, September was a VERY SIGNIFICANT MONTH. MAJOR CHANGES occurred, whether or not you feel them, they are going to affect you big time.
15.10.18 – Moving Toward a One World Government, A One World Economy, and a One World Religion
Summary: The global elite have never been closer to their goal of a united world. Thanks to a series of interlocking treaties and international agreements, the governance of this planet is increasingly becoming globalized and centralized, but most people don’t seem alarmed by this at all.
The global elite have never been closer to their goal of a united world. Thanks to a series of interlocking treaties and international agreements, the governance of this planet is increasingly becoming globalized and centralized, but most people don’t seem alarmed by this at all. In the past 30 days, we have seen some of the biggest steps toward a one world government, a one world economy and a one world religion that we have ever witnessed, but these events have sparked very little public discussion or debate. So please share this article with as many people as you can. We need to wake people up about this before it is too late.
From September 25th to September 27th, the United Nations launched a “new universal agenda” for humanity. Those are not my words, they actually come directly out of the core document for this new agenda. The Pope traveled to New York City to give the address that kicked off this conference, thus giving his considerable endorsement to this new plan. Virtually every nation on the entire planet willingly signed up for the 17 goals that are included in this plan, but this stunning turn of events made very few international headlines.
Another way that our planet is being “united” is through the use of international trade agreements.
The ultimate goal is for the entire world to become a “single market” with uniform laws, rules and regulations. But as we merge our economy with the rest of the globe, the United States has been losing tens of thousands of businesses and millions of jobs as the monolithic corporations that now dominate our economy shift production to areas where labor is much cheaper. This is absolutely destroying the middle class, but very few people seem to care.
Negotiations for one of the biggest international trade treaties that the world has ever seen recently concluded. The Trans-Pacific Partnership, also known as “Obamatrade”, would represent a giant step toward a truly unified global economy. The following is an excerpt from one of my previous articles…
We have just witnessed one of the most significant steps toward a one world economic system that we have ever seen. Negotiations for the Trans-Pacific Partnership have been completed, and if approved it will create the largest trading bloc on the planet. But this is not just a trade agreement. In this treaty, Barack Obama has thrown in all sorts of things that he never would have been able to get through Congress otherwise. And once this treaty is approved, it will be exceedingly difficult to ever make changes to it. So essentially what is happening is that the Obama agenda is being permanently locked in for 40 percent of the global economy. The United States, Canada, Japan, Mexico, Australia, Brunei, Chile, Malaysia, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore and Vietnam all intend to sign on to this insidious plan. Collectively, these nations have a total population of about 800 million people and a combined GDP of approximately 28 trillion dollars.
In September 2015, Agenda 21 WAS Transformed Into The 2030 Agenda (see full information on the Agenda by clicking this link)
…the globalists want to use “sustainable development” as an excuse to micromanage the lives of every man, woman and child on the entire globe.
We are told that individual liberty and freedom are “dangerous” because when everyone just runs around doing whatever they want it is “bad for the planet”.
For example, one of the goals of the sustainable development crowd is to push the human population into giant “megacities” and to allow nature to recapture much of what has already been settled by humanity.
The following map that comes from America 2050 is one example of what they want to do. A recent piece by Dave Hodges alerted me to this map, and it shows what the United States may look like in a few decades if the globalists have their way…
And of course this is just the tip of the iceberg.
Eventually, the globalists want to fundamentally transform virtually everything about our society. This includes our economy, our government, our entertainment, our social interactions, our families and even our religious beliefs.
So don’t let all of the nice language fool you.
This “new universal Agenda” is far, far more dangerous than Agenda 21 ever was, and it is a giant step forward into a one world system governed by bureaucratic control freaks.
Let me tell you, I work in the Healthcare Industry and I promise you that the healthcare system put into place during Obama’s administration is totally designed for the total control of the AntiChrist system, including provisions for execution by beheading for anyone found to be non-compliant.
Look very closely at the following articles.
CLIMAKAZE MIAMI 2016: The Psychoanalysis of Climate Change
April 23, 2016
April 22nd 8:00 p.m. @ Mid Stage at Miami Dade County Auditorium
Film Screening of This Changes Everything – The Movie
April 23rd 10:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m. @ Miami Dade County Auditorium
Dialogues and Performances:
- The Psychoanalysis of Climate Change by Xavier Cortada;
- CLIMA is an art exhibit addressing global climate change. The exhibit is presented by the City of Hialeah in partnership with the Florida International University College of Arts & Sciences School of Environment, Society and the Arts (SEAS), the Florida International University College of Architecture + The Arts (CARTA) and the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy –with special acknowledgement of the support from the Rauschenberg Residency/Robert Rauschenberg Foundation. So, I am assuming he is Psychoanalyzing how we (as Humans) react to the idea of climate change as presented, as well as how it might be presented in a manner that will be more favorably received.
- Loup Garou by Nick Slie;
As Slie explains it, his character struggles with the family curse of lycanthropy, that dates back generations. The twist is, Slie’s character is beginning to realize that the ability to transform may be an advantage as the environment changes around him. Can someone please tell me what a werewolf has to do with climate change?
According to Barry Jean Ancelet, an academic expert on Cajunfolklore and professor at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, the tale of the Loup Garou is a common legend across French Louisiana.
The Loup Garou legend has been spread for many generations, either directly from French settlers to Louisiana (New France) or via the French Canadian immigrants centuries ago.
In the Cajun legends, the creature is said to prowl the swamps around Acadiana and Greater New Orleans, and possibly the fields or forests of the regions. The Loup Garou most often is described as a creature with a human body and the head of a wolf or dog, similar to the werewolf legend.
Often the story-telling has been used to inspire fear and obedience. One such example is stories that have been told by elders to persuade Cajun children to behave. According to another variation, the wolf-like beast will hunt down and kill Catholics who do not follow the rules of Lent. This coincides with the French Catholic Loup Garou stories, according to which the method for turning into a werewolf is to break Lent seven years in a row.
A common blood-sucking legend says that the Loup Garou is under the spell for 101 days. After that time, the curse is transferred from person to person when the Loup Garou draws another human’s blood. During the day the creature returns to human form. Although acting sickly, the human refrains from telling others of the situation for fear of being killed. (from WIKIPEDIA)
- This World Made Itself by Miwa Mitreyek
- The World Made Itself?? Anti-God, Evolutionist Propaganda!
- “Magical…the sheer breadth of the imagery…is unlike anything you’ve seen before.”—Los Angeles TimesMiwa Matreyek, a multimedia performance artist from Los Angeles, creates spellbinding, visually rich fusions of inventive animation and live performance that will leave you rapt. Here she will premiere her latest solo work, This World Made Itself, which merges cinematic vistas with theater and intricate shadow play. The fantastical kaleidoscopic experience is sophisticated yet full of childlike wonder. Its thematic journey takes you through the history of the earth, from the universe’s first spark of beginning to our complex world of accelerated human interaction. The performance unfolds as both a panorama referencing natural history and science (imagine flipping through a vividly illustrated children’s encyclopedia) and a spectacle of surrealistic metaphor and fantasy. Matreyek will also perform her previous piece Myth and Infrastructure, which traverses seascapes, cityscapes, and domestic spaces to conjure dreamlike scenes with nuanced layers of light and shadow. Miwa Matreyek makes worlds beyond our reach clear and present to our delight, a visionary talent for these times.
- Luyanó Band in Concert –
- Music and sounds in general, have a very powerful spiritual effect on people. BEWARE! They totally understand this and you don’t.
- Luyanó Band was founded in Miami in 2011 by Michael Gil Arango—composer and performer whose mastery over instruments ranges far and wide, from the classical guitar to global folk instruments like the jaw harp and the kalimba; the West African talking drum; the Australian aboriginal didgeridoo; and the Afro-Brazilian berimbau. Gil may be Luyanó Band’s leader, but he is only one of its multi-faceted musician. The Band rattles and beats with myriad percussions swoon to an Indian cythar, rocks to electric guitar and bass, and charms with a flute. And it has a vocalist with no words to sing but a haunting song made entirely of sounds that become another instrument in Luyanó Band’s ever-expanding arena of harmonies. Their mission is simple—to create a world of coherence and originality from what is often called World Music. This is the dynamic coherence and transcendent identity in inspired in South Florida, the unique forum where every culture in this hemisphere and beyond interacts on an equal basis. It is here that Luyanó Band brought the cosmopolitan and ancestral traditions of Cuba and the world together with the brazen modernity and freedom of their new life in America. The result is a musical phenomenon that revels in the lucid melding of tribal music, Afro-Caribbean rhythms, modern Cuba’s many genres, American jazz and funk, and classical and contemporary compositions and concepts. The Band is as likely to alter perceptions of a cherished standard as it is to enthrall with Gil’s many original compositions. Luyanó Band is also a living, passionate expression of the camaraderie of creative souls which its eight members comprise—it is the tale of their life and necessity in a music that is always changing. By: Ricardo Pau Llosa
Climakaze Miami (cly-ma-kaw-zee) is celebrating its second annual convening and performance marathon of climate-change-concerned artists, scientists, change-makers and other stakeholders from across South Florida and the international spectrum. FUNDarte, in collaboration with Miami-Dade County Auditorium, present Climakaze Miami are hosting an all-day transformative dialogue and performance platform to plumb the depths of what artistic practice means and looks like in an unprecedented climatic reality. We will be digging deep into how art’s practice can ignite an awakening around looming complex environmental and social issues, and explore platforms for creative action to address the urgent needs of the local and global climate movement.
With opening night film screening, live performances and marine nature excursion interwoven with participative conversations designed to surface our collective intelligence, diverse participants will join to create a shared vision for change that benefits our local and global ecologies, reflects community needs, and places artistic practice on the front-lines of positive action in the face of urgent climate issues.
The dialogues will aim to generate year-round connectivity and action towards this shared purpose. So come to expand your tribe and join us in our mission to explore the realities surrounding climate change in our own communities, jump-start awareness and incite action!
ABOUT CLIMAKAZE PARTNERS, SUPPORT AND FUNDERS
FUNDarte is a multidisciplinary non-profit organization dedicated to producing, presenting, and promoting music, theater, dance, film and visual arts that speak to Miami’s diverse cultures, with a special emphasis on artists from Latin America, the Caribbean, and Spain.
Miami-Dade County Auditorium (MDCA) opened its doors in 1951. It has a splendid history as one of South Florida’s premier performing arts centers. This popular multipurpose theatre features Art Deco Revival décor. It offers two dynamic presentation styles: a 2,372-seat theater that can host major dance, theatre, and music performances; and a 250-seat black box theatre in which both the audience and performers share the stage of the auditorium, adapted into an innovative studio theatre for more intimate – and often cutting-edge – shows. In January 2012, the operation of Miami-Dade County Auditorium was transferred to the Department of Cultural Affairs, which has a track record and reputation of innovation and artistic excellence.
Earth Learning is growing a life-sustaining culture in our home, the Greater Everglades bioregion, as well as seeding life-sustaining strategies in bioregions throughout North America. Part of our mission is to be a catalyst in the transition toward a life-sustaining culture in the Greater Everglades Bioregion by Creating Access to ecological movements as they unfold locally; Weaving Connection toward collective wisdom and a shared vision; Building Capacity via ecological learning experiences; and Growing Roots by inspiring and modeling local, eco-social ventures. We are part of a global movement that is transitioning us toward an ecologically sustainable world.
Support for Climakaze Miami comes in part from the Miami Dade County Auditorium, the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs and the Mayor and Board of County Commissioners, State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs, the Florida Arts Council; Glassworks Multimedia, Roman design, The Miami Herald, and WDNA (Radio).
Climakaze’s mermaid mascot. Ines Grimaux
The mermaid is part of Climakaze Miami’s annual program, a weekend filled with art and performance designed to draw awareness to climate change and the tangential issues the world’s warming causes for sea and terrestrial life around the globe. Elizabeth Doud, the event’s founder and mermaid portrayer, began Climakaze in 2015 as a way to present the realness of climate change to her audience in an engaging, thought-provoking manner.
“As an art maker, I see there are these obstacles to make this interesting to an audience,” Doud says. “So I thought it would be great to have a place where we could make this more exciting.”
Doud has spent roughly 25 years working in the arts, and Climakaze emerged from her search to find a way to combine her studies relating to ecology and the environment with her aptitude for performance. She believes art is one of the most persuasive mediums for exploring complex topics such as climate change because of the connection it can provide between the audience and the issue. “The arts is one of the only spaces where we can keep that connection alive,” she says. “I think the arts is going to be very important in that process.”
Climakaze, which is produced in collaboration with Miami’s FUNDarte, will take place during Earth Day weekend. The events will include a production of The Mermaid Tear Factory this Friday and Sunday as well as a bike/dance/swim “triathlon” and a Las Áñez concert Saturday. On Sunday, there will also be the creative writing lab Dear Climate, which Doud believes will help participants become more emotionally aware of what climate change means for Earth.
“We have a lot of anxiety about climate change we haven’t been able to express, and if we can get that out, we can make some good art,” she says. “I think we are all subconsciously heartbroken that the Earth is dying... We don’t have a way to express that grief and make peace with it.”
Though one might expect a somber overtone at these events, Doud is dedicated to ensuring they’re fun and approachable. Ever Chavez, the founder and executive director of FUNDarte, believes Climakaze creates a space where individuals can explore these issues through a creative lens.
“FUNDarte wants art to be a place for social inquiry, and in this case, performance art, music, film, poetry, and play help us understand our fragile and beautiful ecology,” Chavez explains. “Maybe people will come away provoked and inspired to take action and to form community around climate issues, but positivity and celebration is really important too. The arts let us imagine the world we want to create.“
Climakaze Miami. Friday, April 20, through Sunday, April 22, at various locations in Miami; climakazemiami.org. Admission ranges from free to $25, depending upon the event.
So, you see that they have studied the human mind and how to manipulate your mind and emotions to be in tune with their agenda. You also see that this is being funded by governments and big business and they are benefitting from TAX-free status. NOW – You will see not only that they do have an agenda, but it is kicking into high gear. September 2018 is chock full of meetings and conferences to formulate and propel this agenda. The noose is about to close around you.
Earth Science & Climate Change
THEME: INSIGHTS INTO INNOVATION IN EARTH SYSTEM SCIENCES AND CLIMATE CHANGE CHALLENGES.
September 06-07, 2018
On behalf of Meetings International, We are blissful to invite you to International Conference on Earth Science and Climate Change with theme Insight into Innovations in Earth System Sciences and Climate Change Challenges which will be held on September 6-7, 2018, at Zurich, Switzerland. Earth Science 2018 is diagram to bring collectively all leading academic scientists, researchers and studies pupils to trade and percentage their studies and research results on all aspects of Earth technology and weather exchange. It additionally gives a gold standard interdisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners, and educators to give and discuss the most recent innovations, tendencies, and worries in addition to sensible challenges encountered and answers followed in the fields of Earth technological know-how and Climate Change
8TH ANNUAL SAN FRANCISCO GREEN FILM FESTIVAL
SEPTEMBER 6-13, 2018
A bold and fearless voice for our planet.
- Green Film Fest returns for the 8th year with a week of new environmental films, discussions, and special events that spark green ideas and connections.
- Aligning with partner organizations across the city to celebrate the Global Climate Action Summit, (Sept 12-14), bringing leaders from around the world to San Francisco to support the Paris Climate Agreement.
- Water. Fire. Air. This year the conversation is elemental. #ItsElemental (interesting the very elements used in witchcraft.)
Worldwide #RiseForClimate Events Kick Off to Demand Action on Crisis of Warming Planet
More than 800 actions are planned throughout the world and in the United States, from smaller towns ...
Across All Seven Continents, #RiseForClimate Actions Demand Elected Leaders Commit to Fossil-Free Future
“We won’t stop until we’ve won a 100 percent clean and renewable energy economy that protects our planet, livelihoods, and democracy.”
This is a developing story. Check back for updates.
Building on actions that kicked off earlier this week, activists on Saturday hosted hundreds of #RiseForClimate demonstrations across all seven continents, drawing massive crowds “to demand our local leaders commit to building a fossil-free world that puts people and justice before profits.”
As of this writing, there were more than 900 actions in 95 countries, according to the searchable database that enables those interested to locate protests in their area.
The main event was the Rise for Climate, Jobs, and Justice march in San Francisco, California, which brought together some 30,000 people and is being hailed as the West Coast’s largest climate march ever.
You must understand that these marches, much like the black lives matter marches, and the gun lobby marches, and the Anti-Trump marches and illegal alien marches, ARE ALL artificially produced and funded by the globalists. That is why every one of them is so organized and everyone is carrying flags and signs that are manufactured. If you have ever tried to organize a march, a parade or a protest before you understand..These are not occurring organically. They are professionally staffed and people are bussed in. Again, I am telling you, you are being duped! For the anti-gun protests, they not only let kids out of school but kids were disciplined if they did not attend the march. Seriously!
Published on Thursday, May 24, 2018, by by Jessica Corbett, staff writer
Organizers are demanding “a massive, just transition to a 100 percent renewable economy that ensures safe and healthy communities, the right to organize for all workers, and millions of family-sustaining jobs.”
Across the United States and beyond, protesters joined in the People’s Climate March on April 29, 2017. (Photo: Eman Mohammed/Survival Media Agency)
“We have the opportunity to create good jobs in wind, solar, and the renewable energy sector that move us to a healthier future and a more just society.”
—Lenore Friedlaender, SEIU Local 32BJ
The announcement comes as President Donald Trump and his appointees continue to wage war on national environmental regulations through rollback efforts that have been sharply condemned by environmental advocates, courts, and much of the public.
With the upcoming mobilization, PCM said it “aims to transform the energy of resistance into action by calling on leaders and elected officials to invest in real solutions to the climate crisis that prioritize the most impacted and vulnerable of our communities, like a massive, just transition to a 100 percent renewable economy that ensures safe and healthy communities, the right to organize for all workers, and millions of family-sustaining jobs.”
The rallies and marches, said PCM national director Paul Getsos, are part of “building power to bring about a new, clean energy economy,” as well as “a climate movement that is long lasting and sustainable.” Ahead of these events, various advocacy groups are highlighting how the climate crisis most severely impacts struggling communities.
Miya Yoshitani, executive director of the Asian Pacific Environmental Network, emphasized the importance of elected officials following the lead of these communities, which “means going beyond increasing temperatures, droughts, and rising sea levels; and recognizing that climate change is a threat multiplier for working families everywhere.”
“Extreme weather, rising sea levels, chronic diseases like asthma that are made worse by pollution, and the lack of clean drinking water in our schools and communities all take a toll on working class, people of color, and poor communities,” noted Lenore Friedlaender of SEIU Local 32BJ.
“We have the opportunity to create good jobs in wind, solar, and the renewable energy sector that move us to a healthier future and a more just society,” she declared. “The time to act is now.”
The mobilization will occur less than two months ahead of this year’s midterm elections and just days before the Global Climate Action Summit in San Francisco, California, which will bring together “anyone who recognizes that climate change is an existential threat to humanity” to discuss achievements, ways to improve climate policies, and “a call to action to nations to step up their ambition under the Paris Agreement.”
On this day, September 8, we’re holding hundreds of rallies in cities and towns around the world to demand our local leaders commit to building a fossil free world that puts people and justice before profits.
No more stalling, no more delays: it’s time for a fast and fair transition to 100% renewable energy for all.
Real climate leadership rises from below. It means power in the hands of people, not corporations. It means economic opportunity for workers and justice and dignity for frontline communities that are the hardest hit by the impacts of the fossil fuel industry and a warming world.
We know what those commitments need to achieve: a fast, fair and just transition to 100% renewable energy and an immediate end to new fossil fuel projects.
This is why we have to act now. If your elected officials commit, your rally will be a celebration. If they fail to act, it’s a chance to hold them accountable.
We are at a crossroads. By acting together, we can end the era of fossil fuels and save the climate we all
Bangkok Climate Change Conference 2018
4-9 September 2018
Bangkok (Krung Thep), Thailand
In order to facilitate the timely completion of the Paris Agreement (created largely by the efforts of Obama) work programme (PAWP) at the 24th session of the Conference of the Parties (COP 24) to the UNFCCC, an additional negotiating session will convene between the 48th session of the UNFCCC Subsidiary Bodies (SBs 48) and COP 24.
Slated to be held in Bangkok, Thailand, the conference will include sessions of the Subsidiary Body for Implementation (SBI), the Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice (SBSTA) and the Ad Hoc Working Group on the Paris Agreement (APA). On 29 May 2018, it was announced that the dates for the meeting would be 4-9 September. Pre-sessional days are also anticipated.
The respective agendas of each subsidiary body will remain as adopted at the UN Climate Change Conference in Bonn, Germany, which took place from 30 April to 10 May 2018.
Migration, climate change, vulnerability, and resilience are linked in multi-causal and multi-directional ways. Acknowledging this complexity and the diversity of perspectives allows us to address important questions, for example how migration can contribute to the reduction of vulnerability in general, and to climate change adaptation in particular; or to the conditions and reasons why migration has adverse consequences, in social and ecological terms; or how climate change and development policy can possibly benefit from an integration of the topic of migration; or to broader issues of human rights, climate equity, and justice. Given the increasing uptake of such topics in science and policy discourses, it seems that the whole debate around “migration as adaptation” is in motion.
The conference “Adaptation in Motion – Climate Change, Migration and Resilience” aims at creating a forum for scientific exchange on the nexus of environment, migration, and resilience, bringing together scholars from different disciplines and fields of research (risk and vulnerability studies, migration studies, climate change adaptation, etc.). It will include discussing the findings of the TransRe project (www.transre.org) and putting them into the context of current discourses of climate, migration, and adaptation/resilience.
September 12-14, 2018
San Francisco, CA
From September 10 – 14, 2018, ICLEI will be co-leading and supporting numerous GCAS Affiliated side events, and we look forward to seeing many of our member cities, towns and regions at these events. Be tuned in to our announcements and updates at the ICLEI Global GCAS page
“The GCAS is a key opportunity to showcase climate leadership and call for more ambitious commitments that transform our societies across boundaries and jurisdictions. ICLEI brings broader sustainability thinking to strengthen local, national and global climate action and will leverage GCAS outcomes to ensure local and regional action informs national climate policy and United Nations climate processes. The City of Bonn is actively engaged in these efforts and is committed to advancing climate action at home and globally.”
—Ashok Sridharan, Mayor of City of Bonn, Germany and ICLEI President
Thursday, 13th of September, 2018 @ 6 PM
World Congress on Climate Change
2018: Impacts & Responses
September 13 – September 15
The Organizing Committee of the World Congress on Climate Change 2018: Impacts & Responses invites you to participate in the Congress, which will be held on Sept 13-15, 2018 at Rome, Italy. The conference will be the culmination of a momentous twelve months in the climate debate and needs a breakthrough in the form of a roadmap for a future climate change deal. Early in the year, scientific evidence of global warming as set out in the fourth assessment of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), put the reality of human-induced global warming beyond any doubt. What we are facing is not only an environmental problem, but has much wider implications: For economic growth, water, and food security, and for people’s survival – especially those living in the poorest communities in developing countries.
Climate Change 2018 is designed to bring together leading academicians, scientists, researchers, graduate students from the field of Geosciences, geology, Meteorology, Volcanology, Atmospheric Science, Global Warming and Environmental Sciences. Discussions throughout the three days-long conference will culminate in the development of a new Action Strategy for Nature Conservation, guiding conservation efforts for the next 5 years.
NEWS | August 22, 2018 – Media accreditation is open for the launch of
NASA’s Ice, Cloud& Land Elevation
Saturday, Sept. 15, 8:46 a.m. EDT
NASA invites media to view launch of ICESat-2 from west coast
Media accreditation is open for the launch of NASA’s Ice, Cloud and land Elevation Satellite-2, or ICESat-2, scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 15, with a 40-minute window opening at 8:46 a.m. EDT (5:46 a.m. PDT). ICESat-2 will provide precise measurements of the changing height of Earth’s glaciers, ice sheets, and sea ice.
The spacecraft will lift off from Space Launch Complex 2 at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California on the final launch of a United Launch Alliance Delta II rocket.
ICESat-2 will measure the height of our changing Earth, one laser pulse at a time, 10,000 laser pulses per second. The satellite will carry a single instrument, the Advanced Topographic Laser Altimeter System (ATLAS), which measures the travel times of laser pulses to calculate the distance between the spacecraft and Earth’s surface. ICESat-2 will provide scientists with height measurements that create a global portrait of Earth’s third dimension, gathering data that can precisely track changes of terrain including glaciers, sea ice, forests and more.
NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, manages development of the ICESat-2 mission, including mission systems engineering and mission operations on behalf of the agency’s Earth Science Division. Goddard also built and tested the ATLAS instrument. The ICESat-2 spacecraft was built and tested by Northrop Grumman in Gilbert, Arizona. United Launch Alliance of Centennial, Colorado, is providing the Delta II launch service. NASA’s Launch Services Program, based at Kennedy, is responsible for launch service acquisition, integration, analysis, and launch management.
SG5: Environment, climate change, and circular economy
Geneva, 11-21 September 2018
ITU-T Study Group 5 (SG5) is responsible for studies on methodologies for evaluating ICT effects on climate change and publishing guidelines for using ICTs in an eco-friendly way. Under its environmental mandate SG5 is also responsible for studying design methodologies to reduce ICTs and e-waste’s adverse environmental effects, for example, through recycling of ICT facilities and equipment.
In addition to its climate-focused activities, the ITU-T Recommendations, Handbooks and other publications produced by SG5 have four main objectives. The first is to protect telecommunication equipment and installations against damage and malfunction due to electromagnetic disturbances, such as those from lightning. In this field, SG5 is one of the world’s most experienced and respected standardization bodies.
The second is to ensure safety of personnel and users of networks against current and voltages used in telecommunication networks. The third is to avoid health risks from electromagnetic fields (EMFs) produced by telecommunication devices and installations. The fourth is to guarantee a good quality of service (QoS) for high-speed data services by providing requirements on characteristics of copper cables and on the coexistence of services delivered by different providers.
Second ITU Workshop on Data Processing and Management for IoT and Smart Cities & Communities
Tunis, Tunisia, 17 September 2018
The International Telecommunication Union, at the kind invitation of the Ministry of Communication Technologies and Digital Economy of Tunisia, is organizing the Second ITU Workshop on Data Processing and Management for IoT and Smart Cities & Communities, which will take place at the Hotel Ramada Plaza Gammarth from 09h00 to 13h00 on 17 September 2018. The workshop will be followed by the fifth meeting of the FG-DPM which takes place at the same venue from 17-20 September 2018. More details are available on the FG-DPM web page at: www.itu.int/go/tfgdpm.
The objectives of the workshop are to highlight the latest deliverables of the FG-DPM and provide an overview of activities of other stakeholders including SMEs on data processing and management to support IoT and Smart Cities & Communities. The workshop includes a Roundtable aiming to discuss the engagement of different stakeholders in the activities of the FG-DPM.
Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center | Columbia, South Carolina
September 17–19, 2018
Join CISA and other practitioners, researchers, and staff from local, state, and federal agencies to share information about climate-related tools, resources, experiences, and activities in the Carolinas.
18-20 September 2018
India Expo Centre, Greater Noida
The Indian growth story now no longer needs to be validated and verified as India is set to become one of the largest solar Hub globally in the coming years driving on the surge is the growing renewable energy industry, which has come out in a big way to carve its fantastic growth trajectory.
Renewable Energy India Expo celebrated 11 glorious years of Global entrepreneurship and unparalleled industry collaboration during September 2017.
The expo has become a one-stop platform for International stakeholders to showcase their cutting-edge products and unleash the immense power of technology and innovation. India is on the ambitious path to implement the world’s largest Renewable energy expansion program. It’s growing stature and successful leadership position at International Solar Alliance ( ISA ) has prompted even the countries outside of the tropics in entering the alliance.
The International Solar Alliance (ISA) is conceived as a coalition of solar resource-rich countries to address their special energy needs and provide platform to collaborate on addressing the identified gaps through a common, agreed approach.
Bridging differences is an essential step toward a more resilient future. In order to address current and impending impacts of climate change, we must work collaboratively. This means constructively engaging with organizations, communities, and individuals with unique histories, values, and cultures. In this session, you will practice frameworks and learn about case studies that can unlock our most creative responses to climate hazards, all of which are enabled by collaboration. Weathering Change: Local Solutions for Strong Communities is a webinar series presented by Antioch University New England, in partnership with the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). For more information, visit http://www.communityresilience-center.org/webinars/working-with-difference-practices-for-cultivating-change/.
International Conference on Climate Change
Climate Change 2018 aims to gather the Researchers, principal investigators, experts and researchers working under academia and healthcare industry, Business Delegates, Scientists and students across the globe to provide an international forum for the dissemination of original research results, new ideas, and practical development experiences. We hope that you will grasp this academic occasion to revitalize the enduring connections and flash with new peers around the globe. Meet the Global Inspiring Experts and Speakers at our climate Change 2018 to talk about new advances in the field of medical and engineering to improve health and treatment and additional innovations. Climate Change 2018 not just make a phase to exchange estimations to the enormous social occasion of individuals, yet also endeavor to spread concentrated and research advances in the clinical, definite and physiological parts of medicinal and designing. It happens to be more feasible for everyone to put in the photograph with novel research and to perceive the degree and noteworthiness of specific research runs in the field of therapeutic and designing.
Climate Action in Mobility Conference
27 September 2018
Tagungswerk Jerusalemkirche, Berlin
9am – 6pm
Connecting Transport Colleagues from all over the World – Clean.Marketable.Smart.
Enabling Governments in Transitioning Mobility
6th Annual HBCU Climate Change Conference
Bridging the Gap Between Theory & Experience
20 Sept 8 am – 23 Sept 5 pm – 2018
Xavier University of Louisiana
New Orleans, Louisiana
The Deep South Center for Environmental Justice, Inc. in collaboration with Texas Southern University, will host the Sixth Annual HBCU Climate Change Conference, September 20 – 23, 2018. The purpose of the conference is to bring together HBCU faculty, students, researchers, climate professionals and environmental justice and coastal community residents impacted by toxic facilities and severe weather events related to climate change to bridge the gap between theory and the experiential realities of climate change. The conference will address issues related to climate justice, adaptation, community resilience, global climate issues, and other major climate change topics (i.e. transportation, energy sources, carbon emissions, green jobs/green economy, just transition, and community economic development).
Sep 12 – Sep 12, 2018
Sep 17 – Oct 05, 2018
AWWA | ELearning Facilitated
You may have seen media reports in recent years about the presence of emerging or
incidental contaminants in drinking water. In fact, 82 percent of consumers report
that they are concerned about the negative effects these emerging contaminants may
have on their health although at trace levels they are not a public health issue.
Contaminants of most concern include pesticides and herbicides followed by
prescription drugs and detergents.
What Are Emerging Contaminants?
Most contaminants found in drinking water have traditionally fallen into one of two
categories — health effects, for contaminants known to adversely affect health when
present in drinking water; or aesthetic effects, for contaminants not affecting health
but rather the taste, appearance or odor of drinking water.
Emerging contaminants are a new category of water quality concerns for which
evidence of health effects has not yet been established due in part to the trace levels at
which these compounds are currently being detected. For this reason, it was decided
that a separate testing standard should be developed for product testing purposes.
American National Standard NSF/ANSI 401
NSF/ANSI 401: Emerging Contaminants/Incidental Compounds is an American
national standard that verifies the ability of a water treatment device to reduce up to
15 of the emerging contaminants shown below. This list includes some
prescription/OTC drugs, new types of herbicides and pesticides and chemicals used
as flame retardants and detergents that have been found at trace levels in drinking
Products covered by NSF/ANSI 401 include several types of point-of-use (POU) and
point-of-entry (POE) systems including pitchers, faucet mount, counter top,
refrigerator, under sink, plumbed-in and sports bottle type filtration systems as well
as POU reverse osmosis systems. A list of products that are currently NSF certified to
meet this standard can be found on NSF’s drinking water listings page.
Substance Average influent
Meprobamate 400 ± 20% 60
Phenytoin 200 ± 20% 30
Atenolol 200 ± 20% 30
Carbamazepine 1,400 ± 20% 200
TCEP 5,000 ± 20% 700
TCPP 5,000 ± 20% 700
DEET 1,400 ± 20% 200
Metolachlor 1,400 ± 20% 200
NSF International The Public Health and Safety Organization
Substance Average influent
Trimethoprim 140 ± 20% 20
Ibuprofen 400 ± 20% 60
Naproxen 140 ± 20% 20
Estrone 140 ± 20% 20
Bisphenol A 2,000 ± 20% 300
Linuron 140 ± 20% 20
Nonyl phenol 1,400 ± 20% 200
*While a majority of regulated contaminants like arsenic and lead are measured either in milligrams or micrograms per liter, many
contaminants covered by NSF/ANSI 401 are only found in trace amounts and thus are measured in a smaller increment known as
nanograms per liter (ng/L). To put this in perspective, 1 ng/L is the eq
Sep 26 – Sep 26, 2018
Climate Diplomacy Week 2018
Climate Diplomacy Week is a time, where EU Delegations around the world reach out to communities and partner organizations, highlighting positive global action and collaboration on climate change. 2018 will see two Climate Diplomacy Weeks: the first one from 18-24 June and the second one from 24-30 September 2018.
With 2018 the year of the ‘Talanoa Dialogue’ – a facilitative process to help review progress towards the global goals of the Paris Agreement ahead of COP24 – the EU Foreign Affairs Council in its last conclusions emphasised the need to continue to strengthen political outreach and public diplomacy on climate issues, up to the highest official levels and involving the full range of regional and sub-regional actors (see press release). TheTalanoa Dialogue will be the central theme for EU climate diplomacy week in 2018.
Also, the climate-security nexus climbs up the agenda: on 22 June, High Representative Frederica Mogherini convened and hosted a high-level event on climate security.
The first German-UK-French Climate Diplomacy Day was held on 9 September 2014. Events held that day in German, British and French missions in over 30 countries highlighted the importance of our climate diplomacy partnership, showcased successful climate projects, and emphasized the need for ongoing climate action. The Climate Diplomacy Day has been continued since then. Examples from activities organized in 2016 are the exchange organized by the German Federal Foreign Office, the activities of the German embassy in Seoul and the EU delegation in Moscow.
Watch the new video on “What is ‘Climate Diplomacy’?”:
CLIMATE WEEK NYC 2018
9:00 pm, 24 September 2018
to 5:30 pm, 30 September 2018
Taking place between September 24-30, 2018, in New York City, Climate Week NYC is one of the key summits in the international calendar and has been driving climate action forward since it was first launched by The Climate Group in 2009.
In 2018, Climate Week NYC comes at a critical point in the global response to climate change. The summit will take place alongside the UN General Assembly and will bring together international leaders from business, government and civil society to showcase the unstoppable momentum of global climate action. Climate Week NYC is the collaborative space for climate-related events in support of the implementation of the Paris Agreement and the achievement of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Climate Week NYC is brought to you by The Climate Group
5th World Conference on Climate Change
October 04-06 2018 London UK
Theme: Climate Change and Sustainable Futures
The main theme of the conference is “Climate Change and Sustainable Futures” which covers a wide range of critically important scientific sessions from basic research to innovations in the field of Climate Change.
The ‘5th World Conference on Climate Change (Climate Change 2018) during Oct 04-06, in London, UK includes honorable keynote speeches, Oral talks, Poster presentations, and Exhibitions
Climate Changes in ocean systems generally occur over much longer time periods than in the atmosphere, where storms can form and dissipate in a single day. Interactions between the oceans and atmosphere occur slowly over many months to years, and so does the movement of water within the oceans, including the mixing of deep and shallow waters. Thus, trends can persist for decades, centuries, or longer. For this reason, even if greenhouse gas emissions were stabilized tomorrow, it would take many more years—decades to centuries—for the oceans to adjust to changes in the atmosphere and the climate that have already occurred.
UPDATE 9/2/19 – Climate and Healthcare will be the tools they use to force everyone into the NEW WORLD ORDER and TOTAL ENSLAVEMENT!
“The World Bank is one of the world’s largest producers of development data and research. But our responsibility does not stop with making these global public goods available; we need to make them understandable to a general audience.
When both the public and policy makers share an evidence-based view of the world, real advances in social and economic development, such as achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), become possible.” – Shanta Devarajan
We’re pleased to release the 2018 Atlas of Sustainable Development Goals. With over 180 maps and charts, the new publication shows the progress societies are making towards the 17 SDGs.
It’s filled with annotated data visualizations, which can be reproducibly built from source code and data. You can view the SDG Atlas online, download the PDF publication (30Mb), and access the data and source code behind the figures.
This Atlas would not be possible without the efforts of statisticians and data scientists working in national and international agencies around the world. It is produced in collaboration with the professionals across the World Bank’s data and research groups, and our sectoral global practices.
Trends and analysis for the 17 SDGs
The Atlas draws on World Development Indicators, a database of over 1,400 indicators for more than 220 economies, many going back over 50 years. For example, the chapter on SDG4 includes data from the UNESCO Institute for Statistics on education and its impact around the world.
Throughout the Atlas, data are presented by country, region and income group and often disaggregated by sex, wealth and geography.
The Atlas also explores new data from scientists and researchers where standards for measuring SDG targets are still being developed. For example, the chapter on SDG14 features research led by Global Fishing Watch, published this year in Science. Their team has tracked over 70,000 industrial fishing vessels from 2012 to 2016, processed 22 billion automatic identification system messages to map and quantify fishing around the world.
New data and methods for measuring development
In addition to trends, the Atlas discusses measurement issues. For example new, more granular definitions of access to water and sanitation presented in SDG6 show that while almost 90 percent of the world has access to “at least basic” water – only 71 percent of access water that’s considered “safely managed”, being both readily available and free from contamination.
In SDG8, new data from the Global Findex Database shows that 69 percent of adults around the world have an account at a financial institution or with a mobile money provider. But some 1.7 billion people still lack an account, and access to accounts varies widely by region, and by age, education, sex and wealth.
SDG3 features recently released data on Universal Health Coverage which shows that globally, in 2010, over 800 million people spent more than 10 percent of their household budgets on healthcare.
Open data and open code
The majority of the Atlas is produced using the statistical programming language R and the ggplot graphics library. The code used to produce each graphic is available on github and you can view source code for individual figures such as the one below.
Working this way helps users to understand how a particular figure was derived, what transformations were made to the data and with what assumptions. It also allows figures to be easily maintained and updated, and for others to take our code and data and adapt it to their needs.
Much of the data comes from the World Bank Data API, and a snapshot of the API data used in the publication, as well as data from other sources is included in the Bank’s Data Catalog.
Stay tuned for a separate blog post on what the team learned by setting out to make a fully reproducible publication, and how we’ve addressed the challenges inherent to the process.
MY FINAL REMARKS
SO, I trust you have seen enough to understand that there is a global agenda in which you have no voice. Policies and Laws are being written and adapted that will affect every area of your life. They are burning rubber in high gear and about to kick in the nitrous. Trust me time is running out. In the year 2019, you will begin to feel the repercussions of these conferences. When the changes begin to come they will advance at exponential speed!
Below I have prepared a list of holidays/holy days/feast days that are DIRECTLY related to this Agenda. There is very strong spiritual POWER involved in the rituals of these days. There is a reason why so many have been set for the month of September. Believe me, they have been PLACED there. Over the years. The enemy of your soul has been orchestrating everything since the fall in the garden. We are coming into the culmination of all those years of effort. There are many more of these holidays in the month of September. I only pulled the ones DIRECTLY related so that you could see the relevance clearly. They will use the power generated by the worship of these entities, the shed blood during this time frame and the sexual perversions performed to advance their cause. It is all part of their magick. Whether you believe or not.
As you go over these dates, please bear in mind that celebrating the Male/god and the Female/goddess is the yin and yang of Eastern Religion. To worship Nature as god or to worship anything or anyone as God, is an abomination to the One, True and Living Creator God.
Egyptian Amenet-Rait-Mut, the Great Goddess and Amen-Ra-Atem, the Great God, Feminine/Masculine, Yin /Yang
Amenet-MUT the Earth Goddess and Amen- RA the Sun God of ALL. They are called other names in other nations but they are the same entities.
In our world today. Egypt = ROME and we are seeing the Resurrection of the Roman Empire. That means that you are about to go into captivity, into slavery under EGYPT! Believe me or Don’t. You have been warned.
9/8 (OC 9/21): Birthday of Blessed Mary, catalyst of liberation and redemption. *
* 9/8: Animal Day--Day to honor all creatures of the land and to meditate on Deity manifesting as animals.
9/12 to 9/16: Zoroastrian celebration of Divine Spirit Spenta Armaiti, creator and protector of Earth.
9/13 eve to 9/14 eve: Feast of Old Greek Deities Aphrodite and Hermes–Day to honor the divine feminine and divine masculine in harmony. *
9/13 to 9/24: Ganesha Chaturthi–Hindu festival honoring God Ganesha (son of Goddess Parvati and God Shiva) as the Challenger – creator and remover of obstacles.
* 9/15: International Coastal Cleanup Day.
* 9/16: Ozone Preservation Day--Day to recognize that the survival of humanity is dependent on the preservation of the ozone layer (a fragile shield of gas that protects the Earth from the harmful rays of the Sun).
* 9/17: Day Tibetan Buddhists meditate on Bodhisattva Goddess Gold Tara, the provider of all sustenance and necessities.
* 9/17: Christian feast of St. Hildegard von Bingen (d. 1179), mystic, who sang praises to the Holy Spirit as Grace and Wisdom. She recognized the Holy Spirit to be the feminine aspect of the Holy Trinity and found Her everywhere in Nature.
* 9/17 to 9/23: Green Building Week.
* 9/19: Appearance of Our Lady of La Salette, Mother of the Harvest (France 1846).
* 9/21: International Day of Peace--Day to demonstrate for peace with justice throughout the world.
* 9/22 (9:54 p.m. EDT): Autumn Equinox–Marks the beginning of Autumn and point of equal daylight and darkness; celebrates the bounty of Mother Earth with feasting and aiding those in need.
* 9/22: World Car-Free Day–Walk, bike, or take mass transit everywhere!
* 9/22: Day the world’s nations committed to protecting the sky’s ozone layer from harmful chemicals (1988); day to mourn continuing air pollution.
* 9/23: Taoist festival honoring the Shen of Winds, West, and Autumn; thanksgiving is made for the harvest. Taoists believe the unity of Yin (Eternal Feminine) and Yang (Eternal Masculine) make up the psyche-matter-energy of the eternal all-encompassing Ch’i.
* 9/23: Aki-no-Higan–Day Japanese Buddhists mark the time of change by meditating on the impermanence of life.
* 9/25: Old Egyptian festival of Neter Amen-Ra-Atem, the Great God, and Neteret Amenet-Rait-Mut, the Great Goddess.
* 9/29: National Estuaries Day–Celebrate the beauty and life that lives where rivers meet the sea.
* 9/30: Christian feast of Hagia Sophia (Holy Wisdom), Soul of the Universe, and source of faith, hope, and love.
* 9/30: World Rivers Day--Immerse yourself and feel the flow of life.