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Decades of environmental justice work shows that communities facing racist violence are also overrun by fossil fuel extraction, pollution, and health disparities. The status quo is killing us so we have no reason to support ‘business as usual’ https://t.co/rSaLr49T0i
“There is something revealing in the insistence with which a people will question itself during certain periods of its growth. It is a moment of reflective repose before we devote ourselves to action again.” 70 years later, still a remarkable, timely read: https://t.co/JGgLRFHKxk
The world lost more than 9 million acres of tropical forest in 2019. It was the third-largest total loss of old-growth since 2002. Only 2016 and 2017 were worse, when heat and drought led to record fires and deforestation, especially in Brazil. https://t.co/vAFq0prI4I
So hard to tell whether we’re effecting change or just voicing our helplessness together. But crucial to do it together, to remember that all looks immobile from the vantage point of the fulcrum — the vantage point that is the pivot point, the leverage point, the point of it all. https://t.co/MgUOLd04IM
SATURDAY | Even in a pandemic, the rich get richer: @AtlanticFellows for Social & Economic Equity Liz Nelson, Masana Ndinga-Kanga and Patricio Espinoza join Professor Mike Savage to talk about wealth, inequality and how to #BuildBackBetter post-COVID19. https://t.co/LBDlj1P8iz https://t.co/h6lggD9axm
'Whose money? Whose power?', our 4th Online Covid-19 conversation on wealth inequalities, tax justice and role of civil society. This is relevant more than ever- as wealthy are amassing wealth during pandemic and poor are further pushed to the margins. #changethesocialcontract https://t.co/6cQAC6Q3vw
So instead of preparing & preventing a second wave of infections, prevailing opinion in UK & US seems to be: maybe this virus will go away, let's wait & see. Isn't this the Jan-March mindset that got both countries into the position they are in? Highest death #s in the world.
I profoundly recommend this book to white people who are ready to open their minds, listen intently, reflect deeply, honestly and painfully - who are ready to do the work and be part of ending racism and changing the world. Thank you Layla F. Saad. https://t.co/DQMttX51RO
I wish this book had not suddenly become more urgently, more violently relevant, but it has. If you are wondering what you, as a white person, can do in the face of racist violence in the US and elsewhere, you can read and learn from this book. https://t.co/v9aSPZeGZS
🚨🚨 New research alert 🚨🚨 This has been a long time in the making, but in this review I'm analysing interventions advocated in the literature on #UrbanSustainability #UrbanResilience #UrbanTransitions #UrbanTransformation https://t.co/8yWMwD2frS - open access for 50days https://t.co/R8nwnQPJIA
An important announcement today from @EnvAgency, @triodosuk, @DefraGovUK and @EsmeeFairbairn. Four projects that restore valuable habitats will receive funding to encourage private sector investment in the natural environment: https://t.co/de6U1bs1ud https://t.co/oMhww2qIr9
Amidst the Corona crisis, let's not forget that crimes against nature by the @hunsencambodia regime continue unabated. This video exposes how far TOO MUCH #sand is being mined from the #Mekong, thus causing widespread river bank collapses, as @unisouthampton recently corroborated https://t.co/cSorI6a0ln
I am a macroeconomist who uses lynching in economic analysis & was a student of George Akerlof, Barry Eichengreen, David Romer & Paul Romer. When I taught at Harvard, I taught 2 fundamental equations for economic analysis: Y = C + I + G + (X-M) (1) and Y = F(K, L, A) (2). 1/N
⏳ Why don't we talk about #sand extraction as much as fossil fuels? One of many perceptive talking points in this interview from @nature with research fellow @Mettebendixen08 What can we do to reduce our reliance on sand? https://t.co/lutUhRynkP #sandstories #sandcrisis