Monthly Archives: November 2019

The Climate Crisis Is Real: Expert Advice on What We Need to Do | The Tyee

A global primer on next steps, from keeping oil in the ground to changing our diets to shifting to a green economy. The debate over whether climate change is happening is over, and the conversation about what should be done … Continue reading

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The Green New Deal offers radical environmental and economic change | Ann Pettifor | The Guardian

The revival of the Green New Deal framework (first developed in a report published in 2008) and popularized by Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Justice Democrats in the US, is a huge advance for green campaigners and, hopefully, for our threatened species. … Continue reading

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The Challenge of a Huge Latin American Migration Surge is Coming. So is the Opportunity – Other News

An element of growth which must be considered in any planning for degrowth. By the end of 2019, more than 40 million people from Latin America and the Caribbean will be living outside their countries of birth according to estimates … Continue reading

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The US city preparing itself for the collapse of capitalism | Cities | The Guardian

From a festival that helps artists trade work for healthcare to a regional micro-currency, Kingston is trying to build an inclusive and self-sufficient local ecosystem https://www.theguardian.com/cities/2019/oct/31/us-city-preparing-itself-for-the-collapse-of-capitalism

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