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Unusual Sources
Tamara Lorincz, Canadian Voice of Women for Peace.
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We interview Tamara Lorincz, of the Canadian Voice of Women for Peace. Tamara is a PhD student at the Balsillie School of International Affairs in Waterloo, Ontario, where she focuses on the impacts on the environment and on climate change of the world's military forces, especially the US military, which has the largest single carbon footprint in the world. She notes the climate change protocols signed at the Paris climate talks exempt the carbon contributions caused by the armed forces of all countries from being counted in calculations of global CO2 production.

Tamara also strongly opposes the role of the Canadian government in the illegal war against Syria.

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00:30:10 1 Dec. 19, 2018
Hamilton, Ontario
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