Each of us can make a positive difference stepping up & doing our best / Becoming Planet Citizens

Digital Rights

From Green Policy
Jump to: navigation, search


Digital Rights Tag Cloud from GreenPolicy360.net.png



April 2021

Anti-disinformation work seems to have boomed of late, but is a lot of it just well-educated people writing reports for each other on how bad the problem is?

From Micah Sifry:

In the last five years of a whole cottage industry (has been built) of research centers, academic studies, journalistic conferences and tech summits on disinformation.

In 2017, the CUNY School of Journalism (now called the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY) launched a $14 million News Integrity Initiative with primary funding from Facebook, with the goal of “helping people make informed judgments about the news they read and share online.” That same year, the Omidyar Network announced $100 million in funding for journalism outlets and to organizations combating hate speech and the spread of false information. The Annenberg Innovation Lab launched a “Truthiness Collaborative” to “advance research and engagement around the misinformation, disinformation, propaganda and other challenges to discourse fueled by our evolving media and technology ecosystem.

Now in just the last year, there’s a plethora of new organizations with names like The Forum on Information and Democracy, Digital Citizens Alliance, the Coalition for a Safer Web, and the Global Project Against Hate and Extremism.

Science Counts

Check the Facts, Be Careful

Avoid Spreading Disinfo & Misinfo

Time for Facts and Science.jpg


Merchants of Doubt

The Problem Beyond Fake News


2021 --- Entering the Third Decade of the 21st Century

December 2020

Digital rights are the new human rights. Protect your rights. --- GreenPolicy360

Planet citizens, planet scientists, be vigilant, aware, smart & skeptical as you surf the web. Practice 'discernment' online.

November/October 2020

'Hacking Your Mind'

PBS four-part series: Watch as data mining marketers and social media companies micro-target you


European Union High Court Rules in Favor of Net Neutrality

Major Legal Decision Sets Direction of Internet


C-Span goes inside the troubling issues, questions, and challenges of database security

Geo-politics ... cyber conflicts ... cyber warfare ... misinformation ... disinformation ... digital rights ... digital privacy ...industrial policy

Voting vulnerabilities... hacking ... auditing ... memory cards ... who manufactures the electronic voting equipment (four companies) ... who owns the four companies?

Data and database marketing ... outsourcing ... supply chain vulnerabilities... cell phones ... apps ...

Trend analytics ... demographics ... psychometrics ... consolidation of data and platforms

Critically, who has access to our data? How is our personal data used?

More from Jeff Moss (Black Hat & DEF CON)


September 2020

Beyond the 20th Century Atomic Age and the Space Age, the 21st Century global, interconnected Information (and Misinformation) Age

Democratized Information Is Transforming Society

Via Scientific American / September 2020 (175th anniversary issue)


Issues in Today's Connected World... 'digital divide', 'net neutrality', 'mass surveillance', and that's just the beginning

Digital rights are 'the issue of issues' in a 21st century global network connecting e-citizens of the world  

Digital Rights & Online Privacy

Online Rights, Civil Liberties at Risk

Privacy on the Net? Protecting Individual Rights to Privacy, a Great Challenge of Our Times

June/May 2020

(US News)

On the Wyden-Daines Amendment to the PATRIOT Act

Pressure Mounts in Congress to Limit 'Spying'

Questioning the US Patriot Act with its broad surveillance and investigative powers

Re: Section 215 of the PATRIOT Act

"A Deeply Concerning threat to civil liberties, privacy, and legal rights"

The future of the net, privacy rights, and open democracy at risk


May 18, 2020

Speaker Pelosi, Minority Leader McCarthy, Chairman McGovern, Ranking Member Cole, Chairman Nadler, and Ranking Member Jordan:

On May 13, a bipartisan majority of 59 Senators — 24 Republicans and 35 Democrats — voted in support of the Wyden-Daines amendment to H.R. 6172, the USA FREEDOM Reauthorization Act of 2020. Though two more Democratic Senators supported the measure, one being a cosponsor, they were unable to be present for the vote.

Thankfully, support for the underlying policy is now abundantly clear, both within Congress and among the public: the FBI should not be allowed to use the PATRIOT Act to surveil Americans’ online activity without a warrant.

Internet search and browsing history is extremely revealing in nature and the Fourth Amendment requires a warrant to obtain this information. As the Supreme Court in Riley noted, “An Internet search and browsing history, for example, can be found on an Internet-enabled phone and could reveal an individual's private interests or concerns — perhaps a search for certain symptoms of disease, coupled with frequent visits to WebMD.”[1] Section 215 was never intended to allow the government to collect such information, and the Wyden-Daines amendment would make this prohibition crystal clear. Given the government’s failure to disclose whether it believes it can collect this information under Section 215 already, the bright-line rule reflected in the Wyden-Daines amendment is sorely needed.

Accordingly, we urge you to only move H.R. 6172 with the inclusion of the Wyden-Daines amendment, or to provide an opportunity to vote on the amendment on the floor...

This reform is precisely designed to stave off the kind of scandals that led to a dramatic loss of trust in United States intelligence agencies over the past two decades. Indeed, this would help address serious concerns among the public that civil liberties are at a heightened risk during this time of crisis. This is an acute concern for the many groups that the FBI has wrongfully targeted in the past, including activists, communities of color, and the press. With ample support for this measure secured in the Senate, the decision to seize this moment in defense of Americans’ civil liberties is exclusively in your hands.


Access Now, ACCESS of WNY, American Booksellers for Free Expression, American Civil Liberties Union, American Family Voices, American Society of Journalists and Authors (ASJA), American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee, Arab American Civic Council, Arab American Institute, Center for Biological Diversity, Center for Democracy & Technology, Common Defense, Constitutional Alliance, Council on American-Islamic Relations, Courage California, Defending Rights & Dissent, Demand Progress, DuckDuckGo, Due Process Institute, Equality Labs, Fight for the Future, Free Press Action, Free Speech Coalition, Freedom of the Press Foundation, FreedomWorks, Government Accountability Project, Government Information Watch, Human Rights Watch, Just Foreign Policy, Kurt Vonnegut Museum and Library, MediaJustice, Movement Alliance Project, MPower Change, MSA West, Muslim Justice League, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, National Coalition Against Censorship, New America's Open Technology Institute, PEN America, People For the American Way, Poligon Education Fund, Presente Action, Progress America, Restore The Fourth, RootsAction.org, Secure Justice, Society of Professional Journalists, TechFreedom, Union of Concerned Scientists


Manipulating the Facts: Mis-information and New Journalism Attempting to Identify and Correct Mis- and Dis-information

SJS/GreenPolicy360 Siterunner: PolitiFact has become a global project, nation by nation growing to address online rights and the many issues of reporting facts, confronting online disinformation and multiple issues on social media, as well a protecting digital rights and democratic and human rights.

The future development of the internet, globally, within and among nations, is a project with profound consequences.

PolitiFact, a project of the Poynter Institute, St. Petersburg, Florida, has created and continues to help power up a global fact-checking movement, monitoring news on the internet and social media, politics and business.

PolitiFact, a project of Poynter.jpg


The Databases Know Who You Are, They're Following You

Going Shopping Online? A Story of an Typical Shopper:

I Visited 47 Sites. Hundreds of Trackers Followed Me


Voter Files, Voting, Voting Machines, Vote Tallying & Reporting: Hacking, Rigging, Manipulations -- and Fixes

Follow Jennifer Cohn on digital voting machines and voting in the US -- politics and vulnerabilities


The Great Hack

Netflix Original Documentary


July/June 2019

(Video) Amazon employee directly confronts Jeff Bezos over his inaction on climate change

Facebook Knows You (and your digital history is for sale)

Privacy? What privacy? You're ours...

Database marketing and targeting is all about you

May/April 2019

Manipulating the Web ... What the Future Promises, More Manipulation


Our platformed and algorithmically optimized world is vulnerable — to propaganda, to misinformation, to dark targeted advertising from foreign governments — so much so that it threatens to undermine a cornerstone of human discourse: the credibility of fact...


Open Source, 25 Years Later: An Interview with Linus Torvalds

I used to think that some radical new and exciting OS would come around and supplant Linux some day (hey, back in 1994 I probably still thought that maybe Hurd would do it!), but it's not just that we've been doing this for a long time and are still doing very well, I've also come to realize that making a new operating system is just way harder than I ever thought. It really takes a lot of effort by a lot of people, and the strength of Linux—and open source in general, of course—is very much that you can build on top of the effort of all those other people.

So unless there is some absolutely enormous shift in the computing landscape, I think Linux will be doing quite well another quarter century from now. Not because of any particular detail of the code itself, but simply fundamentally, because of the development model and the problem space....

The traditional PC is obviously no longer quite the dominant thing it used to be. Even when you have one (and even when it's still running Windows or OS X), lots of people mainly interact with it through a web browser and a couple random apps. Of course, then there are the "workstation" users, which is kind of the desktop I was personally always envisioning. And while still important, it doesn't seem to drive the market the way the PC did back when. Powerful desktop machines seem to be mostly about development or gaming, or media editing. The "casual" desktop seems to have become more of a browser thing, and quite often it's just a tablet or a phone.

March 2019

The Internet Archive and Wayback Machine, More than History, Necessity


February 2019

Via the LA Times / Digital Rights, Digital Knowledge: Elsevier and the University of California

Open It Up, Academic Publishing and Open Access

January 2019

Big Add to GreenLinks

Citizen Lab - https://citizenlab.ca/


December 2018

Tech Workers Paid in Company Stock: They Use It to Agitate for Change

Former and current Amazon employees who received stock grants have used them to submit a shareholder proposal asking the company to reduce its dependence on fossil fuels...'

November / October 2018

Via Fast Company

Tim Berners-Lee tells us his radical new plan to upend the World Wide Web

This week, Berners-Lee will launch Inrupt, a startup that he has been building, in stealth mode, for the past nine months. Backed by Glasswing Ventures, its mission is to turbocharge a broader movement afoot, among developers around the world, to decentralize the web and take back power from the forces that have profited from centralizing it. In other words, it’s game on for Facebook, Google, Amazon. For years now, Berners-Lee and other internet activists have been dreaming of a digital utopia where individuals control their own data and the internet remains free and open. But for Berners-Lee, the time for dreaming is over.

“We have to do it now,” he says, displaying an intensity and urgency that is uncharacteristic for this soft-spoken academic. “It’s a historical moment.” Ever since revelations emerged that Facebook had allowed people’s data to be misused by political operatives, Berners-Lee has felt an imperative to get this digital idyll into the real world. In a post published this weekend, Berners-Lee explains that he is taking a sabbatical from MIT to work full time on Inrupt. The company will be the first major commercial venture built off of Solid, a decentralized web platform he and others at MIT have spent years building.

A Netscape for today’s internet

If all goes as planned, Inrupt will be to Solid what Netscape once was for many first-time users of the web: an easy way in. And like with Netscape, Berners-Lee hopes Inrupt will be just the first of many companies to emerge from Solid...

August 2018

Disinformation, Misinformation and #DigitalRights: Limits of free speech

by Peter Van Buren

Banned on Social Media

July 2018

"I was devastated."

Tim Berners-Lee has seen his creation debased by everything from fake news to mass surveillance.

For people who want to make sure the Web serves humanity, we have to concern ourselves with what people are building on top of it”... Berners-Lee was speaking about the future of the Internet.

He’s got a plan to fix it.

June 2018

Network Earth, Planet Citizens Being Connected by a Global Internet

Read the latest (2018) annual statistics report (294-Page PDF Document).

GreenPolicy360's ecoOperatingSystem #eOS continues to evolve beyond-borders as an inter-relational network of networks...

Growth of the Internet and world-wide web, light and dark, is connecting and powering up #PlanetCitizens globally...


Internet Trends 2018 Kleiner-Perkins by Mary Meeker.png


May 2018

GDPR Launches-May25,2018.png

General Data Protection Regulation / GDPR

Via The Guardian / New York Times / Forbes

GDPR Rolls Out: GDPR and You

GDPR: What You Need to Know

Via TechCrunch / May 19

‘My Data Request’: How You Request Data About You

A practical guide to the European Union’s GDPR for American businesses

Via Recode / May 16

European Union digital privacy regulation begins on May 25, 2018.

American businesses operating or digitally serving customers in the EU must comply.


General Data Protection Regulation


Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC

(Text with EEA relevance)


April 2018

GreenPolicy360, hosted on the open MediaWiki platform

How do you view Wikipedia and Wikimedia Foundation’s relationships with the major platforms — Google, Facebook, and so on. How would you characterize it?

For the most part, we grew up independently from most of the major platforms that dominate today. If you look around the biggest ones, we predate, I think, all of them but Google. At least of the ones that trade in knowledge and information. We were created for a very different purpose at a different time. The web that we came into actually had a number of larger collaborative, non-commercialized early projects, some of which still exist, and some of which don’t, that were more community-driven. And we sort of are a legacy of the original spirit of the web, and that’s very much what the Wikimedia Foundation was created to do — to ensure that Wikipedia was preserved as a nonprofit entity, with respect for community governance, and in the public interest and in the public spirit...

Read the full interview. Important reflections and go-forward observations about digital rights and the global future of the Internet.

More on the differences between Wikipedia, Wikimedia, MediaWiki, and wiki


Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook CEO-Founder Testifies before US Congress - April 2018

An Internet Snapshot - March 2018

"Surveillance Capitalism", Op-Ed via openDemocracy

Time for a VPN? Virtual Private Networks and Data Privacy

The Problem Beyond Fake News, How to Create Internet Integrity


December 2017


More on the FCC Decision

FCC Votes to Dismantle Dec14,2017.png


FCC Plan to Rollback Net Neutrality Nov21,2017.png

FCC Rollback of "Network Neutrality" Regulations

What to Expect -- https://www.engadget.com/2017/11/21/what-to-expect-fcc-net-neutrality-proposal/

Inside the FCC's plan to end net neutrality -- https://www.axios.com/net-neutrality-2511425288.html

Trump's FCC announces plans to kill net neutrality: The people want net neutrality, but FCC chairman, Ajit Pai, announced his plan to take it away from them. With this, you can expect to see your internet bills go up -- http://www.zdnet.com/article/trumps-fcc-announces-plans-to-kill-net-neutrality/

FCC plan would give Internet providers power to choose the sites customers see and use -- https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-switch/wp/2017/11/21/the-fcc-has-unveiled-its-plan-to-rollback-its-net-neutrality-rules/

Internet Threats Today and On the Horizon

Stephen Fry's stark warning to prepare for the internet of the future, or face the worst of science fiction's predictions

"Whether it is winter that is coming, or a new spring, it is entirely in our hands so long as we prepare."

WikiLeaks -Vault7 - Techmeme.png

Permalinks for Internet Exploits News/Reports

Read More:

WikiLeaks - Vault 7 - Mediagazer.png

Via Publica 2016

The Digital World, Free Software and Next Generation Internet
Digital Rights @ GreenPolicy360
Empire & Internet Empowerment
Re:Publica, Last Kilometer, Last Chance
They're Watching You (You Have No Idea How Closely)
The WebTAP Tracking Study

○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○

Open source initiative.jpg

Digital Rights in a Connected World

Digital Rights/OpenData OpenGov -- http://bit.ly/DigitalRightsLinks

Digital Rights Organizations @ GreenPolicy360

Digital Citizens - @ Wikipedia


Digital rights and responsibilities.jpg

Factoid: "The number of devices online reached 12.5 billion in 2010

& will grow to 25 billion in 2015 and 50 billion by 2020." -- MIT

http://share.cisco.com/internet-of-things.html -- Cisco



Knowledge Ecology Intl logo.jpg



Internet Access Worldwide

Online access is a fundamental right

UN Report declares Internet access a human right

Global Internet User Survey - 2012_Internet Society Internet Society

Report on Internet Freedom around the World_2014

Freedom on the Net_2014
Tightening the Net: Governments Expand Online Controls-Summary
Tightening the Net: Full Report PDF

Global Network Initiative - https://globalnetworkinitiative.org/

Principles on Freedom of Expression and Privacy - https://globalnetworkinitiative.org//principles/index.php

Members of European Digital Rights have joined forces to defend civil rights in the information society. Currently, 33 privacy and civil rights organisations have a membership. They are based or have offices in 19 different countries in Europe.

European Digital Rights

○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○

Facts Count

Poynter Institute in St Petersburg, Florida is independent journalism in practice

Poynter continues to provides 'best practices' for journalists/news organizations/writers
With the launch of its PoliFact project, fact-checking has become a key best practice in an era of attacks on media and the press

Global Fact-Checking Projects in Countries around the World -- PolitiFact

PolitiFact has helped shape political fact-checking across the world...



International Internet Access / Privacy / Digital Rights

In 2015 the European Parliament (EP), members of the European Parliament (MEPs) and assistants from throughout the political spectrum – European Conservatives and Reformists Group (ECR), European United Left, Nordic Green Left (GUE/NGL) and the Greens, European Free Alliance (Greens/EFA) – participated in the individual, customised training sessions.

See the 'Training Menu' | https://www.bof.nl/home/english-bits-of-freedom/


Then There Are We Digital Natives

'I'm a Millennial, I was born Digital, I'm the Gen Y Generation



Internet Users World-Region as of 2016.png

The rise of the internet.png

[edit] Security State and Big Data


Part 1 – "A hidden world, growing beyond control"

Part 2 – "National Security Inc."

Part 3 – "The secrets next door"

Top Secret America The Rise of the New American Security State” by Dana Priest and William M. Arkin

Top Secret America / Strategic Studies PDF

○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○

Acting to Limit State Power

Report (2013-14) Liberty and Security in a Changing World

Transmittal Letter from the Report Group to the US President

Dear Mr. President:

We are honored to present you with the Final Report of the Review Group on Intelligence and Communications Technologies. Consistent with your memorandum of August 27, 2013, our recommendations are designed to protect our national security and advance our foreign policy while also respecting our longstanding commitment to privacy and civil liberties, recognizing our need to maintain the public trust (including the trust of our friends and allies abroad), and reducing the risk of unauthorized disclosures. We have emphasized the need to develop principles designed to create strong foundations for the future. Although we have explored past and current practices, and while that exploration has informed our recommendations, this Report should not be taken as a general review of, or as an attempt to provide a detailed assessment of, those practices. Nor have we generally engaged budgetary questions (although some of our recommendations would have budgetary implications). We recognize that our forty-six recommendations, developed over a relatively short period of time, will require careful assessment by a wide range of relevant officials, with close reference to the likely consequences.


Protecting the Right to Privacy.

The right to privacy is essential to a free and self-governing society. The rise of modern technologies makes it all the more important that democratic nations respect people’s fundamental right to privacy, which is a defining part of individual security and personal liberty.

Protecting Democracy, Civil Liberties, and the Rule of Law.

Free debate within the United States is essential to the long-term vitality of American democracy and helps bolster democracy globally. Excessive surveillance and unjustified secrecy can threaten civil liberties, public trust, and the core processes of democratic self-government. All parts of the government, including those that protect our national security, must be subject to the rule of law.

Promoting Prosperity, Security, and Openness in a Networked World.

The United States must adopt and sustain policies that support technological innovation and collaboration both at home and abroad. Such policies are central to economic growth, which is promoted in turn by economic freedom and spurring entrepreneurship. For this reason, the United States must continue to establish and strengthen international norms of Internet freedom and security.

○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○

New Definitions of National Security



Networking grnlinks.png

GreenPolicy360 GreenLinks | permalink



○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○

Digital Rights | Open Data - Open Gov


FOTN 2016 WorldMap 484x316.jpg

Internet future m.jpg

Open Forum/Twitter


(FB) https://www.facebook.com/allianceforaffordableinternet
(TW) https://twitter.com/a4a_internet
(FB) https://www.facebook.com/CenterForDataInnovation
(TW) https://twitter.com/datainnovation
(FB) https://www.facebook.com/CenDemTech
(TW) https://twitter.com/CenDemTech
(Wiki) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Center_for_Democracy_and_Technology
(Blog) http://www.codeforamerica.org/blog/
(TW) https://twitter.com/codeforamerica
(FB) https://Facebook.com/CreativeCommons
(TW) https://Twitter.com/creativecommons
124K+ data sets as of 2015 - http://www.data.gov/metrics
EcoInforma http://www.data.gov/ecosystems/ecoinforma/
(TW) https://twitter.com/ePluribusUnum
(TW) https://twitter.com/digiphile
(RSS) https://www.eff.org/rss
(Wiki) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electronic_Frontier_Foundation
(Parker Higgins-EFF) https://twitter.com/xor
Tips, Tools and How-tos for Safer Online Communications from Electronic Frontier Foundation
(recommended by EFF)
Lawgeek Lawrence Lessig's blog
Chilling Effects Clearinghouse
(TW) https://twitter.com/chillingeffects
Cyberlaw @Harvard
Ed Felten's "Freedom to Tinker"
Slashdot: Your Rights Online
Ernest Miller's "The Importance Of..."
Sabrina Pacifi's "Be Spacific"
(TW) https://twitter.com/EPICprivacy
Advancing the International Bill of Human Rights - http://www.ohchr.org/Documents/Publications/Compilation1.1en.pdf
Beginning with PolitiFact, the original project at Poynter Institute in St. Petersburg, Florida - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PolitiFact.com
(TW) https://twitter.com/fightfortheftr
(TW) https://twitter.com/FreedomofPress
(FreedomPress Organizations) https://freedom.press/organizations
(TW) https://twitter.com/FundarMexico
Principles on Freedom of Expression and Privacy - https://globalnetworkinitiative.org//principles/index.php
GNU Project - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GNU_Project
(FB) https://www.facebook.com/GovernmentAccountabilityProject
(TW) https://twitter.com/GovAcctProj
(TW) https://twitter.com/TheGovLab
  • GovFuturesLab - Reimagining governance for an age of planetary challenges and human responsibility
(FB) https://Facebook.com/govfutures
App4Gov (TW) https://Twitter.com/App4Gov
(FB) https://www.facebook.com/GovernmentTechnology
(TW) https://twitter.com/govtechnews
(TW) https://Twitter.com/Govtrack
(TW) https://twitter.com/itifdc
(TW) https://Twitter.com/GovFuturesLab
  • Internet Freedom Festival (IFF)
(TW) https://twitter.com/internetsociety
(TW) https://twitter.com/opendemocracy
(TW) https://twitter.com/OpenGov
(TW) https://Twitter.com/opengovpart
(TW) https://Twitter.com/Open_Institute
(Blog) PublicBodies.org - http://blog.okfn.org/2013/07/09/introducing-open-knowledge-foundation-labs/
(Zine) http://zine.openrightsgroup.org/
(TW) https://twitter.com/openscience
(TW) https://twitter.com/theopenmedia
(TW) https://twitter.com/P2P_Foundation
Civic Hall - http://civichall.org/
  • Privacy Rights in the Digital Age (Published 2016)

Privacy rights in the digital age-published2016 s.jpg

(TW) https://twitter.com/PublicAgenda
(Wiki) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Software_Freedom_Law_Center
(FB) https://www.facebook.com/sunlightfoundation
(G+) https://plus.google.com/+sunlightfoundation/posts
(TW) https://twitter.com/sunfoundation
Measuring the Impact of Open Data
(TW) https://twitter.com/tconstituent
(TW) https://twitter.com/webwewant


  • Wikipedia
Jimmy Wales / Founder - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jimmy_Wales

March 2017 Open Letter from Berners-Lee on Threats to the Web
1) "We’ve lost control of our personal data"; 2) "It’s too easy for misinformation to spread on the web"; 3) "Political advertising online needs transparency and understanding"
We must work together with web companies to strike a balance that puts a fair level of data control back in the hands of people.
We must fight against government over-reach in surveillance laws, including through the courts if necessary.
We must push back against misinformation. We urgently need to close the “internet blind spot” in the regulation of political campaigning.


Beginning of WWW 89 TimBerners-Lee CERN.jpg

Personal tools

Log in / Create Account
Daily Green Stories
About Our Network
Navigate GreenPolicy
GreenPolicy360 in Focus
"It's All Related"
Global Green New Deal
Going Green
Green 'Vita Activa'
New Visions of Security
Strategic Demands
Pledge for Planetary Health
Countries & Maps
Fact-Checking, 'Facts Count'
GreenPolicy360 & Science
Biodiversity, Protecting Life
Doomsday Scenarios
Identify Nature's Species
GreenPolicy Reviews
Envir Legis Info (U.S.)
Envir-Climate Dereg (U.S.)
Wiki Ballotpedia (U.S.)
Wiki Politics (U.S.)
Wikimedia Platform
Green News/Dailies
Green News Services (En)
Green Zines (En)
Green Lists @Wikipedia
Climate Action UN News
Climate Agreement / INDCs
Wikipedia on Climate
Climate Denial / Misinfo
GrnNews Reddit Daily
Climate Current Metrics
Climate Historic Studies
Climate Change - MIT
Climate Change - NASA
Copernicus Programme
EcoInternet Search Engine
Ecosia Search Engine