Posted on | June 7, 2012 by Timothy Herrmann |
Hardly. But according to well known Brazilian activist, politician, and former presidential candidate Marina Silva (above), it could be…
“I hope that Rio+20 will become the Tahrir Square of the global environmental crisis and that international public opinion will be able to tell leaders that they cannot brush off the science,” Silva told AFP, referring to skepticism about climate change and alluding to the Cairo square that became the epicenter of the uprising that ousted Egypt’s Hosni Mubarak.
Full article from AFP here.