Noxious Deindustrialisation: Connecting Precarity and the Ecological Crisis | Portside

Last year, world leaders got together at COP26 to discuss how to fight climate change, within capitalism of course. Speaking of which, only 23 miles away from Glasgow – in Grangemouth – lies INEOS’s refinery and petrochemical complex, owned by self-made businessman Jim Ratcliffe. One of the richest men in the UK with a net worth of $15 billion, the self-styled “alchemist” does not shy away from controversy.

Source: Noxious Deindustrialisation: Connecting Precarity and the Ecological Crisis | Portside

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