08 December 2009

The Girl who silenced the WORLD for 5 minutes!

Now are again the days when the politicians meet again in Copenhagen to debate about the climate change and how they could regulate the trade of the emissions or change the mix of the energy resources (OIL, GAS, COAL, SUN, WIND, WATER).

In the end we will see which of the lobbyists are working in the background and who of them spends the most money to achieve that their goal (not the goal of protecting our earth) will be promoted as the biggest achievement for a "better" future.

HERE IS WHY WE wouldn't need these climate conferences at all!

Disclose.tv The Girl Who Silenced The World For 5 Minutes Video

Listen to this 12 year old girl what she tells the politicians in 1992 in the EARTH SUMMIT in Rio de Janeiro.
If the world could see this video in the MAIN STREAM MEDIA
instead of the talking of politicians (especially this year the focus will be on President OBAMA, even when he attends the conference just for ONE DAY!), there would be so much pressure on the leaders to really make decision which would help the whole world (and the kids in the our future!) and NOT ONLY the BIG INDUSTRY!

Here is the biography of this courageous girl (now woman)!

Severn Cullis-Suzuki
(born November 30, 1979) was born and raised in Vancouver, Canada. While attending Lord Tennyson Elementary School in French Immersion, at the age of nine, she founded the Environmental Children's Organization, a group of children dedicated to learning and teaching other kids about environmental issues.

In 1992, at the age of 12, Cullis-Suzuki raised money with members of ECO, to attend the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro. Along with group members Michelle Quigg, Vanessa Suttie, and Morgan Geisler, Cullis-Suzuki presented environmental issues from a youth perspective at the summit, where she was applauded for a speech to the delegates. In 1993, she was honoured in the United Nations Environment Program's Global 500 Roll of Honour.

In 1993, Doubleday published her book Tell the World (ISBN 0-385-25422-9), a 32-page book of environmental steps for families.

Cullis-Suzuki graduated from Yale University in 2002 with a B.Sc. in ecology and evolutionary biology. After Yale, Cullis-Suzuki spent two years traveling. Cullis-Suzuki co-hosted Suzuki's Nature Quest, a children's television series that aired on the Discovery Channel in 2002.

In early 2002, she helped launch an Internet-based think tank called The Skyfish Project. As a member of Kofi Annan's Special Advisory Panel, she and members of the Skyfish Project brought their first project, a pledge called the "Recognition of Responsibility", to the World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg in August 2002. The Skyfish Project disbanded in 2004 as Cullis-Suzuki turned her focus back to school and enrolled in a graduate program at the University of Victoria to study ethnobotany under Nancy Turner.

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