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Naomi Klein & Yarimar Bonilla—The Battle for Paradise

Here is an interesting public talk hosted by Labyrinth Books Princeton and Trenton Free Public Library: Naomi Klein and Yarimar Bonilla will speak on the ongoing complexities of the financial and social quandaries in Puerto Rico following Hurricane María. 224 ord igjen



Are capitalism and environmentalism compatible? If we can’t accept it, do we have to pick a side? And if you’re on the side of environmentalism, what’s the alternative to capitalism? 53 ord igjen


Climate Change: The Antidote To Democracy’s Mid-life Crisis

Last month, the New York Times published a mammoth article on the early history of US climate politics. ‘In the decade that ran from 1979 to 1989,’ argues the piece’s author, Nathaniel Rich, ‘we had an excellent opportunity to solve the climate crisis… During those years, the conditions for success could not have been more favorable.’ 1 626 ord igjen


An Island Like You: Stories of the Barrio (Cofer)

I once filmed a segment of a documentary with Ms. Cofer. If you have insomnia and a lot of TV stations and live on the East Coast, you may be able to catch it one day, likely between 2-3 in the morning. 118 ord igjen


Thinking through This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs the Climate by Naomi Klein

Reading Naomi Klein’s warnings throughout This Changes Everything, a book published in 2014, four years later in 2018, under a U.S. president who couldn’t care less about the environment, a president that claims that the very idea of climate change is a liberal conspiracy geared toward «stealing» from the 1%, took a lot of emotional effort. 3 266 ord igjen


COMMGiving: No Logo is Nihilistic & Prehistoric

No Logo, and I am pro-Logo, is a soggy piece of Canadian propaganda encouraging people to source from Canada and not export jobs to colored savages. 23 ord igjen


The most effective way to cut emissions

The topic of this blog piece is probably the most controversial I have covered so far. It is a topic which frequently upsets and angers people when brought up, but which is nonetheless important to discuss. 2 098 ord igjen

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