The State Will Not Save Us

By Geoff Mann & Joel Wainwright

In policy circles today, the primacy of the capitalist state in efforts to confront climate change is a given. This is a premise worth questioning.

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Who Will Save the Planet?

By Ivan Ascher & Marieke Louis

Might the market provide us with solutions to fighting climate change, or is it part of the very problem that lies before us?

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Public Bookshelf

Keyword of the Week: Climate Change

Let Us Now See Climate Change

By Liz Koslov

How can we learn to see climate change around us? What would it really look like for climate change to come into our homes and lives? It used to be that climate ...

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5,000 Years of Climate Fiction

By Wai Chee Dimock

Kim Stanley Robinson is not the first to write about Manhattan under water. Others, notably Nathaniel Rich in Odds Against Tomorrow (2013), have also ...

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The Big Picture: Building a Climate Coalition

By Robert O. Keohane

Donald J. Trump has given notice of US withdrawal from the Paris Climate Agreement of December 2015 and made clear that his administration is committed to dismantling the government-based scientific ...

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“A Gun to Our Heads”

By Nathaniel Popkin

On October 13, 2016, Almir Suruí, then chief of the Paiter Suruí indigenous people of northwest Brazil, issued a panicked appeal. “This is my cry of alarm, please listen to me!” he wrote to national ...

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