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UN workers killed in the Ethiopian Airlines Crash  were coming to Nairobi for a United Nations meeting. One of goal: Geoengineering threatens global peace and security.

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Citizen TV has learnt that many of those killed in the crash were coming to Nairobi for a United Nations meeting. The fourth UN environment assembly is due to kick off tomorrow with more than 5000 delegates from across the world, registered to take part. In the last few hours the United Nations has sent condolences to the affected families and said it was monitoring the developments closely. Makori Ongechi reports on why the meeting may now be thrown into disarray.

'NO SURVIVORS' #EthiopianAirlinesCrash   157 passengers killed in horror Boeing plane tragedy'
THE dead include 7 Brits 8 Americans, 32 Kenyans, 9 Ethiopians, 8 Chinese, 7 French, 18 Canadians, 6 Egyptians, 5 from the Netherlands & 4 from India & Slovakia


Many of those killed in the crash were coming to Nairobi for a United Nations meeting. The fourth UN environment assembly is due to kick off tomorrow with more than 5000 delegates from across the world, registered to take part.

 

Geoengineering at UNEA-4– large-scale intentional manipulation of the Earth’s natural systems such as oceans, lands, atmosphere and carbon cycles – is increasingly being presented as a strategy to counteract, dilute or delay climate change and its effects. The UN Environment Assembly (UNEA) is expected to address the issue at its fourth session, convening in Nairobi, Kenya, from 11-15 March 2019, and should do so with caution.
Geoengineering threatens global peace and security. Some technologies have significant potential to be weaponized.