@gigihadid started her modelling career at the age of 2 and unquestionably remains a leader of the fashion elite in her generation. Congrats for opening @itsjeremyscott’s show for fashion week 😘
Link in bio for her 5-Min Web Doco ☝️
So I want this to be funny by making this meme. But jokes aside, honestly props to the people who search that question on google and for questioning what they’ve been indoctrinated to believe. There is nothing wrong with questioning what you’ve been taught and then researching it. Even if others think what u are questioning is asinine.
Personally I question everything, google it, then read a number of articles on it to make sure the one I read about it wasn’t bias. But I’m a reader. Also I highly recommend watching Zeitgeist, u don’t have to agree with it, but it’s good to entertain other thoughts. 🤯 #OpenYourMind#Think#Zeitgeist#ZeitgeistTheMovie#Documentary#ProbablyOnlyGetThisMemeIfYouveWatchedIt#Memes
The story of thousands of Ecuadorians and activists against Chevron/Texaco corporation over the contamination of the Ecuadorean Amazon, a case described as an "Amazon Chernobyl" and one of the largest and most controversial on the planet.
CRUDE shows a real act of terrorism that violates basic human rights and that caused a big and dirty problem to the indigenous people, the animals and the environment. Fighting for his country, in the green corner with the support of the indigenous communities is Pablo Fajardo, an Ecuadorian lawyer currently living in a two room hovel. The documentary shows primarily his work and how the case has been carried on by both sides, the Chevron oil industry and the people of Ecuador, with interviews, inspections, conferences and so on. Crude shows the innocent victims of this criminal act, the indigenous people, now affected by mass diseases, cancer cases, stomach infections, dead relatives due to the pollution of the ground and the water sources. How many of these angry, dying people does it take to prove Chevron's damage?
How many deaths and diseases they have to suffer to finally find justice? The most disturbing thing is watching all of these Chevron representatives speaking up without showing a little compassion, without batting an eye, justifying and defending themselves in front of what happened.
2 photo: Emergildo Criollo, Cofán leader and ClearWater project coordinator. Emergildo displays waste left behind by Chevron-Texaco in the Ecuadorian Amazon. ClearWater is working to provide clean water to people living in the contaminated zone.
If you interested link in my bio👆
Offspring, Bali, Indonesia www.timstegmaier.com 🌎 I had the honor of photographing these Balinese Long-Tailed Monkeys in their natural habitat of The Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary. This park is a perfect environment for the monkeys to thrive as well as for people to visit. I feel that its success comes from both the monkeys and the trees being respected and honored. The Balinese practice Tri Hata Karana. It is three ways to reach physical and spiritual well being. It actively balances the relationships of humans to humans, humans to the natural world, and humans to the supreme God.
Join us Wednesday at 7:30pm for a free screening and panel discussion. The Hurt Locker meets An Inconvenient Truth in The Age of Consequences, a new documentary investigating the impacts of climate change on increased resource scarcity, migration, and conflict through the lens of U.S. national security and global stability.
"A laser-guided film on the perils of climate change to national security." - The Globe & Mail
Featuring a post-film panel discussion with local experts: Gary Krivokapich Engineer at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base; Edward Beshore, Tucson Group Leader, Citizens Climate Lobby; Dr. Gregg Garfin Director of the Southwest Climate Science Center; Austin Yamada, Director of the Defense and Security Research Institute at the UA; Moderator – Katherine Jacobs, Director of Center for Climate Adaptation Science and Solutions. Thanks to our community partners, Citizens Climate Lobby and the UA Institute of the Environment.
THIS IS WHAT I CAME ALL THIS WAY FOR! I grew up watching wildlife documentaries and series every week. I adore the Planet Earth series and sir David Attenborough! So when I saw the episode on the Komodo dragons a few years back, one which became one of my all time favorites, I set a goal to visit this national park as soon as studies and work had settled for me. Here I am today with the happiest smile ever. #goalcheckoff ❤️ ❤❤❤ #planetearth#davidattenborough#nature#bbc#wildlifeonearth#dragons#komodo#documentary
Comes for the dinner by @diningwithflynn, stays for the hot tips on how to make our hair this fresh