Is Civil Disobedience The Most Powerful Maker Of Change?

Is Civil Disobedience The Most Powerful Maker Of Change?

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Do you think the "Occupy Wall Street" movements are the right form of expression and can indeed help change policies around the world?

Founded in Vancouver in 1971, Greenpeace turned 40 years old this September. The organization has evolved over the years, and Naidoo tells HuffPost that it has increased focus on civil disobedience because "what we find is governments are showing a big lack of capacity to hear what their citizens are saying, and we need to keep the pressure, because time is running out in terms of climate change."

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