WIM2018 Annual motor show and bikers gathering event where bikers from all over the world will be at Dataran Merdeka Kuala Lumpur to socialise with other bikers in conjunction of Federal Territory Day 2018.
From 23 – 25 February 2018 @ Dataran Merdeka Kuala Lumpur
Major press outlets worldwide reported last month that monarchs are in "grave danger", with their population reaching the lowest numbers ever recorded. Now, an independent study has linked the monarch's decline with Monsanto’s "Roundup" herbicide.
One of the most beautiful phenomena in the natural world -- the annual mass migration of 60 million monarchs from Canada to Mexico -- is on the verge of being a relic of history, and a key link in our food chain is under threat. We need to fight this now, before it’s too late for the butterflies.
Join me and tell Monsanto to pull its butterfly-killing herbicide before it’s too late.
I just found out that 7 out of 10 people in sub-Saharan Africa lack access to electricity. 68% of the population lacks access to electricity or other modern energy services. Providing access to reliable and affordable energy is a big poverty of fighting global poverty, and we can do something about it.
There's a bi-partisan bill in Congress right now that can help provide electricity to 50 million people in sub-Saharan Africa, and without any new costs to US taxpayers.
I sent a message to my representative to cosponsor this bill. Can you send a message? It takes two minutes and is huge step in the fight against poverty.
Helping sub-Saharan Africa increase modern electricity access will save lives, boost education, alleviate extreme poverty and accelerate growth.
In sub-Saharan Africa, 30% of health facilities do not have electricity – they can't store vaccines and lifesaving drugs, or operate essential lifesaving medical equipment like incubators and x-ray machines.
90 million children in sub-Saharan Africa attend schools that lack electricity.
Each year, there are more than 3 million worldwide premature deaths from exposure to the toxic smoke of indoor open fires and kerosene for cooking, heating and lighting. That’s more deaths than malaria and HIV/AIDS combined.
According to survey data of African businesses, reliable energy access is a bigger concern than corruption, access to capital, or sufficiently trained labor.
Right now, Big Oil is trying to stop a rule that says if you're an oil and gas company and you make a deal, you have to publish what you pay. If Big Oil wins, that means billions of dollars could end up in the pockets of corrupt leaders, rather than life-saving programs to help pull the world's poorest people out of poverty.
Will you join me and tell the Securities and Exchange Commission that we can‘t be bullied by Big Oil?