realeyz.tv Reading List: CAPITAL AFFAIRS

     |    Monday, der 20. July 2009

Did Britain’s permissive society start with swinging London? This exciting new account of 1950s London challenges the sexual myth of the 1960s, arguing that its roots lay further back in the city’s dramatic cultures of austerity and affluence that marked the post-war years. A series of spectacular scandals profoundly disturbed London life during the 1950s 

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Tesla

     |    Monday, der 13. July 2009
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In a Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin article on July 10, 2009, writer George Diez points out a few scathing facts while comparing a Tesla to the top CO2-spewer in consumer cars: the Porsche… “Who’s passing whom? And who’s eating whose dust? The eco-front runner Tesla is more attractive than any petrol monster”. Owning a Tesla motor 

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About Kim Longinotto

     |    Friday, der 26. June 2009

Kim Longinotto’s films have won countless awards and have been shown at major film festivals around the world.  Loginotto is an acclaimed, respected and highly admired documentary filmmaker who uses the camera to bring faraway places up close.  She merges into the world of those she portrays, almost to the point of disappearing. You find 

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The BíoBío Dam Construction Project in Chile, the ENDESA and the impending fusion with the German energy corporation, E.ONThe BíoBío Dam Construction Project in Chile, the ENDESA and the impending fusion with the German energy corporation, E.ONThe BíoBío Dam Construction Project in Chile, the ENDESA and the impending fusion with the German energy corporation, E.ONThe BíoBío Dam Construction Project in Chile, the ENDESA and the impending fusion with the German energy corporation, E.ON

     |    Wednesday, der 24. June 2009

Text:  Anika Stowasser: Society for Threatened Peoples, Göttingen and Yvonne Bangert in September 2006 The BíoBío river has great symbolic meaning to the Mapuche people living in Chile. Before Spanish colonialists ultimately completely subjugated the Mapuche people, the river represented the border separating free Mapuche territory from the lands already under colonial rule. Today, the 

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