What is happening in Myanmar and what is the EU's response?

Myanmar is an independent state in southeast Asia, formerly known as Burma , a former British colony. For more than 50 years, the country has been under a military dictatorship, meaning limited civil liberties and great poverty for the ordinary citizens.Democratic governance without the intervention of the military. In early 2021, on the pretext that the elections had been forged, the military arrested the country's president and prime minister and again imposed a military dictatorship that lasted for a third month. Mass protests are organized on the streets of major cities, but unfortunately some of the protests are suppressed by force by the military – innocent citizens, journalists, doctors, etc. have been killed. 

Why and how we must fight climate change

In the last few decades, the temperatures have risen, wildfire seasons have become months longer compared to before, the ice in Antarctica has begun to melt 6 times faster, the colors of the coral reefs have faded and the mosquitoes have expanded their territory and are now able to spread diseases to more people. 

All those changes have been caused by climate change. And climate change has been mainly caused by us.

People influence the climate by deforestation, the burning of fossil fuels, mass livestock farming, and other activities. These activities add huge amounts of greenhouse gases to those which are already excreted naturally and so they amplify the greenhouse effect and global warming.