How, Murakami asks, can community after the earthquake be structured around self-reflection rather than cruelty?
Tag: Natural Disaster
How did capitalism waste the crucial decades when climate change could have been halted? By fixating on—and downplaying—“risk.”
Latin America shows how hard it is for states dependent on oil and gas—that is, practically the whole world—to break with fossil fuel capitalism.
A storm is never just wind or rain. Our natural problems are social problems. The solutions to them must be social, too.
“Hurricane Maria ushered in a great deal of trauma and suffering, but it also allowed us to reassess the very nature of the political.”
There is nothing like a prolonged blackout to drive home for American observers the unequal distribution of fortune. We know that no matter what kind of natural ...
In New York 2140, Kim Stanley Robinson takes on one of the almost unimaginable yet probable outcomes of climate change: that in the foreseeable future, some ...