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United Front to Address Loadshedding

Towards a Public Pathway Approach to Energy Transition On Wednesday, July 27th, 2022, representatives of unions and social movements met in Johannesburg to discuss the country’s energy crisis. The representatives agreed to form a united front to resist privatisation of

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THE BIG COP-OUT OP-ED: Our skies are burning while our modern-day Neros fiddle at the UN Conference of the Parties

By Jeff Rudin | Daily Maverick | 14 Aug 2022  With the 27th meeting of the UN’s Conference of the Parties – otherwise known as COP – now only months away, it is pertinent to ask: Who benefits from these annual

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Perils of deregulating energy: Texas blackouts a snapshot of the fraught future of an unbundled Eskom

Perils of deregulating energy: Texas blackouts a snapshot of the fraught future of an unbundled Eskom Jonathan Cannard | DailyMaverick | 26 May, 2021 The so-called developing world – including South Africa – has the advantage of learning from the many

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Mail and Guardian, electric cars are not a panacea

Mail and Guardian, electric cars are not a panacea Jeff Rudin | Mail and Guardian | 03 May, 2021 Life would be simple if the only problem with cars was their petrol engines. Alas, although the transition from fossil fuels

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The climate crisis calls for an immediate capping – not decapitating – of capitalism

The climate crisis calls for an immediate capping – not decapitating – of capitalism Jeff Rudin | DailyMaverick | 04 May The still-to-be-answered challenge in finding a way out of the impasse of the climate crisis is not what constitutes an

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The ‘market’ won’t save us from climate disaster.

The ‘market’ won’t save us from climate disaster. We must rethink our system Robert S Devine | The Guardian Online | 19 November The massive wildfires that have been rampaging across the American west this year are not purely natural

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Why Soweto residents do not owe Eskom R18-billion

Why Soweto residents do not owe Eskom R18-billion Aisha Bahadur | Mail and Guardian |8 March 2019 Eskom is shamelessly harassing Soweto residents for R18-billion; residents are angry — and rightly so. This R18-billion debt — if it is R18-billion —

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Solving the climate crisis? Time to mobilize for the climate jobs of the future

Solving the climate crisis? Time to mobilize for the climate jobs of the future Andreas Ytterstad | OpenDemocracy | 22 January And so, as a new decade begins, the climate crisis has passed the duck test. It looks like a

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Eskom: unbundling and privatisation are not the answer

Eskom: Unbundling and Privatisation are not the Answer Amandla Correspondent | Amandla Issue 67/8 | December 2019 There is clearly an urgent need to deal with massive problems at Eskom. It cannot be business as usual – Eskom does need

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Fritjof Capra: the systematic interconnectedness of global problems

Fritjof Capra: the systematic interconnectedness of global problems In this video, Fritjof Capra, a renowned physicist and systems theorist, deals with the systematic interconnectedness of global problems: energy shortages, environmental degradation, climate change, economic inequality, violence, war etc. Aggravating one

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