Nature Sustainability published 2 consistent papers recently on carbon emissions.
They show the wealthiest 10% are responsible for about 47% of emissions, where the poorest 50% of only 11%, and the top 1% of 16%.
To blame "humanity" is a gross injustice.
Not enough international attention has been given to the current fight for a new law to protect the indigenous Sámi people in #Finland.
The colonial arguments by the Centre Party hoping to maintain oppression and continued human rights violations have been sickening – not to mention all of the racist attacks against individuals Sámi.
The law needs to finally pass after decades of delays.
There are estimated 60,000 political prisoners in Egypt.
Alaa Abd El-Fattah is one of them, dying on a hunger srike.
The political elite gathered for #COP27 needs to demand the Egyptian government stops the blatant human rights violations.
Naomi Klein writes in-depth about the problem's with Egypt and COP27 here.
The climate movement must stand in #solidarity with related counter-hegemonic struggles.
Is it just me or is it hard for anyone else to relate to the problem that it makes too much noise to move leaves around on my backyard tennis court?
This is what's wrong with Silicon Valley.
Activists of #ExtinctionRebellion Finland are blocking the road to the construction site of a massive new pulp mill in northern Finland.
If built the mill will cause devastating biodiversity loss, reduction of carbon stock, and destruction of reindeer pastures and the indigenous cultural heritage of the Sami.
Metsä Group and other major forestry corporations must scale down their production and reduce logging immediately.
"Imperial mode of living" aptly describes those desirable everyday practices, that rely on:
"(i) the unlimited appropriation of resources; (ii) a
disproportionate claim to global and local ecosystems and sinks; and (iii) cheap labour from