Our weekly Twitter round up of great content from our kindred network: a Friday treat for your weekend reading pleasure. Enjoy what we’ve found for you on twitter.
"Activists pushing for global reparations for colonialism and slavery are often accused of asking for the politically impossible. At the international scale, however, reparations are more plausible than one might think." @OlufemiOTaiwo and Mike Franczakhttps://t.co/LeRAODYqUQ
— Fridays For Future (@Fridays4future) January 17, 2022
"Wild birds are routinely blamed by governments and industry for spreading avian flu along migratory routes, but evidence is mounting that intensive farms are potential “mixing pots” for new, deadly viruses." https://t.co/uHHpmkWl46
— Allan Mee (@KerryeagleMee) January 17, 2022
German farmers union @Bauern_Verband Vice-President Werner Schwarz says 12 years until total phase out of CAP direct payments give sufficient time for the needed transformation in #agriculture. Important statement at @BMUV #Agrarkongress Now @jwojc needs to pick it up!
— Konstantin Kreiser (@KostyaBiodiv) January 18, 2022
🚨 #CAP strategic plans update:
🇧🇪Belgium to submit Walloon plan to govt in the next few days
🇧🇬Bulgaria's plan will not be ready until Feb
🇸🇰Slovakian plan is still AWOL
🇫🇷Green MEPs have urged EC to reject French plan@EURACTIV's network has the latest:https://t.co/zGallxHP6S
— Natasha Foote (@NatashaFoote) January 18, 2022
I have the product names, labels and PCS numbers of every neonicotinoid pesticide authorised and then banned in Ireland in case anyone's interested. Not info you can find on the web. pic.twitter.com/Vj4enQF7tz
— Ed Straw (@EdStrawBio) January 20, 2022
New data shows over 1 million people died in 2019 from antimicrobial resistance #AMR – more than AIDS or malaria.
— IPES-Food (@IPESfood) January 20, 2022