Articles by Olivia Rosane

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As Gaza Assault Intensifies, Egypt Joins ICJ Case Accusing Israel of Genocide
Olivia Rosane | Common Dreams - TRANSCEND Media Service, 13 May 2024

12 May 2024 – Egypt announced today that it would join South Africa’s case before the International Court of Justice accusing Israel of committing genocide in Gaza. “It’s a real diplomatic punch,” a former Israeli diplomat said. “Israel would have to take it very seriously.”

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Shock Doctrine: Industry Exploiting Ukraine War for Liquefied Natural Gas Expansion
Olivia Rosane | Consortium News - TRANSCEND Media Service, 8 May 2023

28 Apr 2023 – In an investigation targeting the “shock doctrine” practices of the gas industry, Greenpeace is calling on policymakers in both the U.S. and EU to move away from expanding LNG infrastructure before it’s too late.

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Brazil’s Amazon Lost Record Amount of Forest during First Six Months of 2022
Olivia Rosane | EcoWatch - TRANSCEND Media Service, 11 Jul 2022

6 Jul 2022 – Deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon has breached another record this year. The rainforest lost 1,448 square miles between 1 Jan and 24 Jun. The new findings follow reports that deforestation broke records during 2022. Rainforest advocates have blamed the pro-business policies of right-wing President Jair Bolsonaro for the historic losses. 

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Brazil’s Amazon Breaks another Deforestation Record
Olivia Rosane | EcoWatch - TRANSCEND Media Service, 16 May 2022

10 May 2022 – Another month in 2022, another announcement of record deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon. “The cause of this record has a first and last name: Jair Messias Bolsonaro.”

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Worst Locust Swarm to Hit East Africa in Decades Linked to Climate Crisis
Olivia Rosane | EcoWatch – TRANSCEND Media Service, 3 Feb 2020

27 Jan 2020 – East Africa is facing its worst locust infestation in decades, and the climate crisis is partly to blame. The UN’s Food and Agricultural Organization said that Ethiopia and Somalia had not seen a swarm this bad in 25 years, while Kenya was facing its largest infestation in 70 years.

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