- Coronavirus, crisis and the end of neoliberalismThe Covid-19 pandemic presents an opportunity to imagine a society that can serve the majority and avoid repetition of the devastating outcomes brought on by the crisis. […]
- Financialisation and climate changeFinancialisation promotes economic goals, policies and practices that are incompatible with environmental sustainability, economic diversification, and human values. […]
- Leave it in the ground!The imperative to reduce the global consumption of fossil fuels rapidly and drastically implies that oil-rich countries cannot rely on this resource for their long-term growth strategy, since much of that oil, gas or coal can never be extracted. […]
- Climate versus capitalismJust like when, in the 1940s, the promise of a more equal future gave force and legitimacy to the war effort against fascism, today’s world can find the strength to confront climate change through a commitment to transcending neoliberalism. […]
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@asaadfilho @KingsIntDev: Join us for the first DID seminar of the Spring Term: Prof. @AHAkramLodhi will discuss critical agrarian studies and its relevance for understanding COVID. What are the links between food systems and the pandemic? Jan 19th, 17:00-18:30. Register: https://t.co/Jfq6LIi13t https://t.co/0bK2JKRPkI