Caught between the pandemic, historic flooding, and governmental negligence, Ecuador’s Indigenous people have launched an international appeal to crowdsource rebuilding efforts.
Source: Climate, crude, and COVID devastate Ecuador’s Amazon
It is easy to think of New York as more of a concept, an easily traversable, cosmopolitan hub, than a place, a part of the natural world. Covid-19 has clarified that our health and lifespan is tied to a zip code. Climate change will make the consequences of the environmental history of the land, of both overdevelopment and neglect of the coasts, of environmental racism and displacement, and of our economic and cultural reliance on our coasts and waterways terribly apparent as the city’s water returns like a recovered memory.
Source: New York’s Rising Tides: Climate Inequality and Sandy’s Legacy | by Willa Glickman | The New York Review of Books
“For decades, big polluters have gone to any lengths to block, weaken, and delay policy. That time is over.”
Source: Big Polluters Must Be ‘Held Liable’ for Destruction of Climate, Campaigners Say at COP 25 | Common Dreams News
A review of Aaron Bastani, ‘Fully Automated Luxury Communism: A Manifesto’ published on 11 June 2019 by Verso Books.
Source: Climate, communism and the Age of Affluence?