Naomi Klein: This Is Violence. Inaction In The Face Of Such An Existential Threat (#COP21)

Manif against COP21, Geneva 28Nov2015

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Dandelion Salad

Updated: Dec. 7, 2015

Democracy Now! on Nov 30, 2015

Ahead of the 21st UN climate change conference in Paris, more than 170 nations submitted plans to cut greenhouse gas emissions. But experts say the proposed targets end up falling far short of what is needed to mitigate against drastic heating of the planet, and that the agreements during the negotiations are not likely to be binding. We discuss what’s at stake in Paris and how activists are responding with bestselling author Naomi Klein, author of This Changes Everything: Capitalism versus the Climate.


Updated: Dec. 7, 2015

Part 2: Naomi Klein Extended Interview on Role of Obama, Trudeau & Austerity at U.N. Climate Summit

see also:

London Climate Rally Photographs 2015

COP21 – time is running out by Michael Roberts

from the archives:

Pope Francis’ Address to the UN General Assembly + Transcript

Pope Francis’ Ecological Masterpiece by Rocket Kirchner

Chris Hedges: Time To Dismantle Industrialized Civilization + Guy McPherson, Derrick Jensen and Richard Manning at the Earth at Risk Conference 2014 + #TPP: The Dirtiest Deal

Naomi Klein: This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. The Climate (must-see)

Circus of Deceit–The Big Boys of The Fortune 500 by Wayne Burn

2 responses to “Naomi Klein: This Is Violence. Inaction In The Face Of Such An Existential Threat (#COP21)

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