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5. Place women and girls at the centre – AI for Women

In Our Common Agenda, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres wants to achieve gender equality in all areas, including decision-making, through quotas and special measures. Women entrepreneurs should be encouraged and young women’s voices should be heard more. In addition, an emergency action plan is to accelerate the eradication of violence against women and girls. This includes …

World Economic Forum – Shapers of the Future

Jacob Nordangårds presentation from Northern Light Convention i Malmö covers the history and objectives of the World Economic Forum and how they have become the major vehicle for the transformation of the planet and humanity. This concerns their goal to build a technocratic “World Brain” with a digitized humanity overseen and managed by Artificial Intelligence.

The Stockholm Conference 1972

On  June5–16, 1972, the United Nations Conference on the Human Environment was held in Stockholm. The motto of the conference was “Only One Earth.” This milestone put the environment on the international agenda and laid the foundation for future climate conferences. UNEPs documentary from the conference: The Stockholm Conference resulted in the Stockholm Declaration with …

Survival of Spaceship Earth – A film from 1972

Just before the UN Conference om the Human Environment in Stockholm, June 1972, the propaganda film Survival of Spaceship Earth premiered, featuring Maurice Strong, Dame Barbara Ward, René Dubos, Dr. Margaret Mead, Dr. Harrison Brown, Walter O. Roberts, and John D. Rockefeller III talk about their favourite subject – population control. The messages was the …

3. Promote Peace and Prevent Conflicts – Surveillance from Space

The third commitment in Our Common Agenda is about a new peace agenda – Promote Peace and Prevent Conflicts. This means reducing strategic risks such as nuclear weapons, cyber warfare and autonomous weapons. With something that sounds like advanced digital divination, international foresight must also be strengthened. In addition, a peaceful, secure and sustainable use …

2. Protect the Planet – A Planetary Emergency

The second commitment in Our Common Agenda is about protecting the planet. This means zero carbon dioxide emissions by 2050 or earlier, declaring a global climate emergency, and that no new coal-fired power plants will be built after 2021. In addition, the global food system will be transformed to operate within the planetary boundaries. In this …