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By Naomi Klein - April 22nd, 2016
Published in the Boston Globe
Get ready for some high-powered hugging. On Friday, some 60 heads of state and government will gather at United Nations headquarters in New York City to officially sign the climate change pact known as the Paris Agreement.
When it was unveiled in Paris last December, the headlines were euphoric. A 鈥渕ajor leap for mankind,鈥 said one. Another declared that the pact marked the 鈥渆nd of the fossil fuel era.鈥
But there were dissenting voices, too: James Hansen, arguably the most respected climate scientist in the world, called the agreement 鈥渁 fraud really, a fake,鈥 because 鈥渢here is no action, just promises.鈥 And in Paris, thousands of climate activists took to the streets to protest a deal they said was so weak that it would lead to catastrophic levels of warming.
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The Problem With Hillary Clinton Isn #039;t Just Her Corporate Cash. It #039;s Her Corporate Worldview.
By Naomi Klein - April 6th, 2016
Published in The Nation
There aren鈥檛 a lot of certainties left in the US presidential race, but here鈥檚 one thing about which we can be absolutely sure: The Clinton camp really doesn鈥檛 like talking about fossil-fuel money. Last week, when a young Greenpeace campaigner challenged Hillary Clinton about taking money from fossil-fuel companies, the candidate accused the Bernie Sanders campaign of 鈥渓ying鈥 and declared herself 鈥渟o sick鈥 of it. As the exchange went viral, a succession of high-powered Clinton supporters pronounced that there was nothing to see here and that everyone should move along.
What鈥檚 Really at Stake at the Paris Climate Conference Now Marches are Banned
By Naomi Klein - November 20th, 2015
Published in The Guardian
Whose security gets protected by any means necessary? Whose security is casually sacrificed, despite the means to do so much better? Those are the questions at the heart of the climate crisis, and the answers are the reason climate summits so often end in acrimony and tears.
The French government鈥檚 decision to ban protests, marches and other 鈥渙utdoor activities鈥 during the Paris climate summit is disturbing on many levels. The one that preoccupies me most has to do with the way it reflects the fundamental inequity of the climate crisis itself 鈥 and that core question of whose security is ultimately valued in our lopsided world.
Why a Climate Deal is the Best Hope for Peace
By Jason Box and Naomi Klein - November 18th, 2015
Published in The New Yorker
Soon after the horrific terror attacks in Paris, last Friday, our phones filled with messages from friends and colleagues: 鈥淪o are they going to cancel the Paris climate summit?鈥 鈥淭he drums of war are beating. Count on climate change being drowned out.鈥 The assumption is reasonable enough. While many politicians pay lip service to the existential urgency of the climate crisis, as soon as another more immediate crisis rears its head鈥攚ar, a market shock, an epidemic鈥攃limate reliably falls off the political map.
The Post-Savior Society
By Avi Lewis and Naomi Klein - October 24th, 2015
Published in The Daily Beast
Our inboxes runneth over with congratulations from American friends. 鈥淧leasure to be able to look north without wincing,鈥 鈥渨e鈥檙e all thrilled to have regained our sensible neighbors to the north,鈥 鈥淕oodbye Stephen 鈥楰eystone XL鈥 Harper.鈥 And then there was this from England: 鈥測ou now officially have the hottest Prime Minister EVER!鈥
Like us, our friends tend to spend a lot of time thinking about climate change, so you can understand their euphoria. Among other crimes, Stephen Harper shredded environmental protections, re-fashioned our country as a petro-state, and made us climate criminals on the world stage. Now after the ugliest decade in recent Canadian memory, he is gone at last.
So why are we not breathing more easily?
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