Climate Crisis and the Global Green New Deal: The Political Economy of Saving the Planet (Book) – NationofChange

I am not sure where Chomsky is coming form here, but he hias often proved to be a phoney expert: his take on the JFK and 9/11 questions were always off the mark, he never had the courage to stand up to Darwinism despite many hints he knew is it was a croc.
All the people who got cancelled for speaking out on 9/11 deserve redress.

In any case, this piece is of interest…

he issues inherent in the climate crisis as well as the solutions are complex, but Noam Chomsky and Robert Pollin do an excellent job of presenting a clear and actionable analysis of both. If you are looking for a solution based, well thought out approach to the biggest existential threat to humanity today, this book is a must-read.In this month’s BookClub Pick, Noam Chomsky, the world’s leading public intellectual, and Robert Pollin, a renowned progressive economist, map out the catastrophic consequences of unchecked climate change—and present a realistic blueprint for change: the Green New Deal.Together, Chomsky and Pollin show how the forecasts for a hotter planet strain the imagination: vast stretches of the Earth will become uninhabitable, plagued by extreme weather, drought, rising seas, and crop failure. Arguing against the misplaced fear of economic disaster and unemployment arising from the transition to a green economy, they show how this bogus concern encourages climate denialism.Humanity must stop burning fossil fuels within the next thirty years and do so in a way that improves living standards and opportunities for working people. This is the goal of the Green New Deal and, as the authors make clear, it is entirely feasible. Climate change is an emergency that cannot be ignored. This book shows how it can be overcome both politically and economically.

Source: Climate Crisis and the Global Green New Deal: The Political Economy of Saving the Planet (Book) – NationofChange

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