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'Weltuntergangsuhr' steht 100 Sekunden vor Mitternacht
24.01.20

'Weltuntergangsuhr' steht 100 Sekunden vor Mitternacht

Die 'Weltuntergangsuhr' steht nur noch 100 Sekunden vor Mitternacht und ist damit so weit vorangeschritten wie nie zuvor: US-Wissenschaftler haben vor drastischen Gefahren für den Fortbestand der Menschheit gewarnt. Wegen der Klimakrise und der

SHOTLIST WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, VEREINIGTE STAATEN23. JANUAR 2020QUELLE: BULLETIN OF THE ATOMIC SCIENTISTSEINSCHRÄNKUNGEN: NO RESALE1. Totale Rachel Bronson to the far side of the stage and in the foreground Ban Ki-moon, former UN Secretary-General (R), Mary Robinson, former President of Ireland (C) and Jerry Brown, Bulletin Executive Chair & former Governor of California (L) unveiling the 'Doomsday Clock' with a sign that reads: 'It is 100 seconds to midnight' 2. Panorama members of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists sitting on a long table on stage with Rachel Bronson at the lecturn3. Totale Ban Ki-moon, Mary Robinson, Jerry Brown on stage next to the 'Doomsday Clock', Rachel Bronson standing behind them4. O-TON 1 - Rachel Bronson, President and CEO of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists (Frau, English, 31 Sek.): 'To move the clock closer to midnight, moves us into a period that requires new found vigilance and focus from leaders and citizens alike, every second matters. The moment demands attention and new creative responses if decision makers continue to fail to act pretending that being inside the two minutes is no more urgent than the preceding period. Citizens around the world should rightfully echo the words of climate activist Greta Thunberg and ask ‘how dare you?’'5. Rachel Bronson and members of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists leave the news conference

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