Vijay Prashad reflects on the social wealth being wasted in the name of defending U.S. hegemony.
Tag: Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
XR Scientists Glue Hands to UK Govt Building
“I don’t know what else to do,” said one protester. The Extinction Rebellion actions are scheduled through Sunday and come in response to the latest IPCC report.
Dozens Arrested as Scientists Worldwide Mobilize
They want to send an urgent message: Only a “climate revolution” will be enough to avert catastrophe.
COP26: Why Compromise Our Lives?
The UN climate treaty has forged an intimate partnership with the very corporations that have created the climate crisis, writes Vijay Prashad.
COP26: Will Rich Nations Allow Our Planet to Breathe?
Rather than focus on the necessary energy transition, Vijay Prashad says developed countries have taken to crude propaganda against a handful of developing states.
COP26: Britain’s Courtship of Climate-Action Obstructers
The government’s fossil-fuel-expanding trade intentions raise urgent questions about its hosting of COP26, writes Nafeez Ahmed.
The Climate Stat We Can’t Afford to Overlook: CEO Pay
If top U.S. corporate execs are still pocketing jackpots a decade from now, our environment has no shot, writes Sam Pizzigati.
A ‘Just Transition’ from Fossil Fuels
All agree that there are no jobs on a dead planet, writes Linda Flood. But the road to fewer emissions is full of opinions.
The System, Youth and Democracy
When masses of students from all over the world mobilize around a utopia, adults become uncomfortable, writes Roberto Savio.