Måned: november 2014

Boklansering: Klima, medier og politikk

OmslagBoken «Klima, medier og politikk» lanseres onsdag 26.11 kl 1700 – 1900 i Nedjma, Litteraturhuset, Oslo.

Boken er redigert av Elisabeth Eide, Dag Elgesem, Siri Gloppen og Lise Rakner og er basert på forskningsprosjektet «Climate Crossroads», finansiert av Norges Forskningsråd.

Climate change — and the missing voices of future generations

The Assembly of Delegates of PEN International, meeting at its 80th World Congress in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan 29 September- 2 October 2014

Recognizing the PEN charter, which states that that literature knows no frontiers and must remain common currency among people in spite of political or international upheavals, and recognizing that society has traditionally regarded its writers as beacons warning against all sorts of dangers and risks;

Reiterating also Article 7 of the PEN International Bled Manifesto which calls for the respect of the environment in order to create sustainable conditions for peace;

PEN International urges the global leaders to pay special attention to the risks posed by climate change. PEN also urges global leaders to pay special attention to risks posed by climate change, and also to writers and others advocating against activities harmful to the climate, who risk being oppressed by governments or corporates with vested interests.