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The Larger Struggle: Mitigating Capitalism

The Larger Struggle: Mitigating Capitalism Hans Baer |Climate and Capitalism | 11 July, 2019 The climate movement both at the international level and within specific countries is quite disparate, meriting a distinction between climate activists per se and climate justice activists. Representatives


A different Eskom: Achieving a just energy transition for South Africa

A different Eskom: Achieving a just energy transition for South Africa Sandra van Niekerk | DailyMaverick | 04 July, 2019 The knee-jerk reaction of both government and many commentators to the crisis of Eskom has been to tout unbundling as the major solution


What ever happened to the Energy Transition?

What ever happened to the Energy Transition? John Treat | Amandla 64 | June 2019 Anyone trying to understand what’s happening with the world’s energy systems right now can be forgiven if they are confused. On one hand, most people


Ending climate change requires the end of capitalism.

Ending climate change requires the end of capitalism. Have we got the stomach for it? Phil McDuff | Original Source: The Guardian | 18 March, 2019 Climate change activism is increasingly the domain of the young, such as 16-year-old Greta Thunberg,


The Student Strike to Save the Climate Will Leave a Mark

The Student Strike to Save the Climate Will Leave a Mark Piero Bevilacqua | Original Source: Il Manifesto | 27  March, 2019   The event taking place today, the world’s first Global Climate Strike for the Future, is destined to


“Act on the Climate Crisis to Save our People and the Planet” – African Women’s Movements and Women-led organisations

Act on the Climate Crisis! Save our People and the Planet! 25 March, 2019 African women’s movements, movements and women-led organisations call on our governments, the United Nations, and African Union to act on the climate crisis to save our

 

Climate Jobs Booklet (2011)

One Million Climate Jobs