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climate change

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Started 2 days ago

Petition to United Nations, Walton Webson, Ronald Sanders, Peter Benjamin, Gilbert Boustany, Karen-Mae Hill

STOP! The Barbuda Land Management Amendment NOW!

STOP THE BARBUDA LAND MANAGEMENT (AMENDMENT) ACT NOW!!! Now is the time for all who believe in justice, equality and self-government to stand up for Barbudans and call on the Antigua Government to leave Barbuda's Land alone.   Facts: - On 12/12/17 Parliament received notification of a bill for debate entitled Barbuda Land Management (Amendment) Act - The bill will be voted on in 2 weeks   This Means: - The end of common land ownership. - The end of our communal way of life   With this act Barbuda's Sacred Communal Land, passed on to only those of Barbudan Descent to avoid the exploitation and colonialism experienced by their ancestors who were enslaved will now be open to private speculators!!!  Including questionable Antiguans who bought their Citizenship by Investment (CIP) YOUR ACTION IS NEEDED!!! OUR VOICES NEEDS TO BE HEARD!!!   Call & Email the following representatives in your jurisdiction!!!    United Nations Representative/New York City Ambassador: Walton Webson 305 East 47th Street, Suite 6A  New York, New York 10017 Tel: (212) 541-4119 Fax: (646) 215-6009 Email: consulateny@abgov.org   OR Tel: (212) 541-4117 Fax: (646) 215-6011 Email: unmission@abgov.org     Washington DC Ronald Sanders Embassy of Antigua and Barbuda, Washington DC / Permanent Mission of Antigua and Barbuda to the Organization of American States (OAS) 3234 Prospect Ave. NW Washington DC 20007Tel: (202) 362-5122Fax: (202) 362-5225 Email: embantbar@aol.com    Toronto, Canada Ann-Marie Layne Consulate of Antigua and Barbuda, Toronto 601 St. Claire Avenue East, Suite 601Toronto, Ontario M4T1N5Tel: (416) 961-3085Fax: (416) 961-7218 Email:  info@antigua-barbuda-ca.com   London, England Karen-Mae Hill High Commission for Antigua and Barbuda, London 2nd floor, 45 Crawford PlaceLondon W1H 4LP England, UKTel: 020 7258 0070Fax: 020 7258 7486 Email: highcommission@antigua-barbuda.com     Miami, Florida Gilbert Boustany  Consulate of Antigua and Barbuda, Miami 25 S.E. 2nd Avenue, Suite 300Miami, FL 33131Tel: (305) 381-6762Fax: (305) 381-7908 Email: cganubar@bellsouth.net   Havana, Cuba Peter Benjamin Embassy of Antigua and Barbuda in Havana Cuba  Crn 66th and 5th Avenue Miramar, Havana, Cuba  Phone: (537) 207-9756 Fax: (537) 207-9757 Email: anubarembassy@enet.cu

Khalil Knox
1,922 supporters
Update posted 3 days ago

Petition to North Dakota Governor, North Dakota State House, North Dakota State Senate, John Hoeven, Kevin Cramer, Heidi Heitkamp, Terrry Dwelle M.D., M.P.H.T.M. State Health Officer, Chuck Hyatt, Doug Burgum

Protect Theodore Roosevelt National Park From Oil Refinery Complex

The National Park Service, National Parks Conservation Association and Coalition to Protect America's National Parks oppose what is perceived as a direct threat to Theodore Roosevelt National Park's Class 1 Air Quality Standards, water quality and image.The Meridian Energy Group has convinced North Dakota's elected officials to rezone more than 725 acres of farmland, located off the eastern border of TRNP's southern unit, to industrial use in order to house their proposed petroleum refinery, a pipeline to this refinery and a BNSF loading terminal.Pictured above is a view of the proposed refinery site from within TRNP southern border, upon Buck Hill. A view many visitors of Theodore Roosevelt National Park, North Dakota's top tourist site and favorite destination of Teddy himself, enjoy. The only thing keeping smoke stacks from billowing within this view is a final approval from the North Dakota Department of Health. An approval Meridian is confidet in recieving within "120-150 days."The NPS, the CPANP and NPCA not only appose the construction because it would threaten TRNP's Class 1 Air Quality Standard, which is protected under the Clean Air Act. They also fear the refinery, along with the industrialization of the area, will destroy the atmosphere the park offers. Truck traffic will also increase, most certainly adding to traffic accidents and other dangerous situations. In turn, they say it will likely effect the image, feel and visitation of the park in a negative way.Please join these organizations and many others in standing up to Meridian Energy. Stop this refinery in its tracks before it's too late! 

Zachary Kreps
43,464 supporters
Started 7 days ago

Petition to Dr. Walton Aubrey Webson, United Nations, Ronald Sanders, Peter Benjamin, Ann-Marie Layne, Karen-Mae Hill

TAKE ACTION: Question Antigua & Barbuda's Consulate About Barbudan Evictions/Displacement

Call the Consulate General of Antigua & Barbuda and SAVE Barbudans effected by Hurricane Irma from EVICTIONS & DISPLACEMENT before it's too late!!! Barbudans who have been in distress since the almost complete devastation of The Island of Barbuda by Hurricane Irma have been in shelters across their sister island of Antigua. Awaiting international aid to trickle down and begin the rebuilding of 90% of structures and homes that have been destroyed -THEY ARE STUCK WITH NOWHERE TO GO!!! THERE ARE REPORTS THAT THEY ARE NOW BEING EVICTED FROM THEIR SHELTERS  They are hopeful that the Prime Minister Gaston Browne and Government of Antigua & Barbuda do the right thing & build their homes back instead of redevelop their land and push them out. IT IS UP TO US TO CALL & QUESTION WHY? Where are these displaced Barbudans to go? Why are they being evicted? What is the status of their homes on the currently ravaged Island of Barbuda? Is there even electricity, lights, food, water on the island?   Call The Antigua Consulate Generals Below United Nations Representative/New York City Ambassador: Walton Webson 305 East 47th Street, Suite 6A  New York, New York 10017 Tel: (212) 541-4117 Fax: (646) 215-6011 Email: unmission@abgov.org   OR Tel: (212) 541-4119 Fax: (646) 215-6009 Email: consulateny@abgov.org   Washington DC Ronald Sanders Embassy of Antigua and Barbuda, Washington DC / Permanent Mission of Antigua and Barbuda to the Organization of American States (OAS) 3234 Prospect Ave. NW Washington DC 20007Tel: (202) 362-5122Fax: (202) 362-5225 Email: embantbar@aol.com    Toronto, Canada Ann-Marie Layne Consulate of Antigua and Barbuda, Toronto 601 St. Claire Avenue East, Suite 601Toronto, Ontario M4T1N5Tel: (416) 961-3085Fax: (416) 961-7218 Email:  info@antigua-barbuda-ca.com London, England Karen-Mae Hill High Commission for Antigua and Barbuda, London 2nd floor, 45 Crawford PlaceLondon W1H 4LP England, UKTel: 020 7258 0070Fax: 020 7258 7486 Email: highcommission@antigua-barbuda.com   Miami, Florida H.E. Gilbert Boustany  Consulate of Antigua and Barbuda, Miami 25 S.E. 2nd Avenue, Suite 300Miami, FL 33131Tel: (305) 381-6762Fax: (305) 381-7908 Email: cganubar@bellsouth.net   Havana, Cuba Peter Benjamin Embassy of Antigua and Barbuda in Havana Cuba  Crn 66th and 5th Avenue Miramar, Havana, Cuba  Phone: (537) 207-9756 Fax: (537) 207-9757 Email: anubarembassy@enet.cu    

Khalil Knox
573 supporters