The story of Jonestown obscures that Guyana in the 1970s was the center of a little known Pan African movement that linked the Caribbean with African and African American political exiles in the fight against empire.
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There exists a habit of blackmailing public institutions and associations that express criticism of Israel and Zionism. Any criticism, even the slightest, is readily branded with the “anti-Semitism” charge.
Whether the carbon is stored in the soil, forests or crust, carbon sequestration from the atmosphere is the only geoengineering approach that is imperative, in order to bring and maintain the atmospheric carbon dioxide level below the safe level of 350 ppm.
Pedagogy of Insurrection speaks to the ambiguity of Peter McLaren’s insurgent political philosophy: he describes himself as a revolutionary Marxist, a Roman Catholic socialist, and a critic of the state capitalism of the USSR, while defending the social-democratic Latin American governments associated with the “Pink Tide.”
Climate change is being wielded as a neoliberal weapon to create the idea of the “green economy” in the hopes of maintaining the state and growing economies, processes that continue land conflict and pacification.
From a Qur’anic perspective, much of what is labelled “halal” is actually haraam, or sinful, specifically the animal flesh that has been produced in cruel and toxic environments to their bodies and souls, and our own.
On the outcomes of the COP21 Paris Agreement, climate justice activists and scientists generally have very sober assessments.
Klein’s book is robust condemnation of many dangerous mentalities, priorities, and policies driven by various forms of climate change denial. A dramatic and well-written policy critique that broad audiences interested in environmental studies and globalization will greatly appreciate for its content and readability.