This Changes Everything
Capitalism Vs. the ClimateeBook - 2014
The Right is Right : The Revolutionary Power of Climate Change
Hot Money: How Free Market Fundamentalism Helped Overheat the Planet
Public and Paid For : Why Climate Change Forces Us to Reclaim the Commons
Planning and Banning : Slapping the Invisible Hand, Building a Movement
Beyond Extractivism: Confronting the Climate Denier Within
The Green Giveaway : The False Solutions that Wasted Decades
No Messiahs : The Green Billionaires Won't Save Us
Digging in Deeper : The Reckless Dreams of the Geoengineers
Blockadia : The New Climate Warriors
Love Will Save This Place : Rooted Movements, Real Victories
You and What Army? : The Power of Keeping our Word, And Paying our Debts
The Right to Regenerate : From Extraction to Renewal
Conclusion : The Leap Years : Just Enough Time for Impossible.
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"The greatest tragedy of all is that so much of this was eminently avoidable."
"It's not that the companies moving their production to China wanted to drive up emissions; they were after cheap labour; but exploited workers and an exploited planet are, it turns out, a package deal. A destabilized climate is the cost of deregulated, global capitalism, its unintended, yet unavoidable consequence."
Because, underneath all of this is the real truth we have been avoiding: climate change isn’t an “issue” to add to the list of things to worry about, next to health care and taxes. It is a civilizational wake-up call. A powerful message—spoken in the language of fires, floods, droughts, and extinctions—telling us that we need an entirely new economic model and a new way of sharing this planet. Telling us that we need to evolve.
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