How to retrieve the green path in this planetary mess?

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Article about how to get back on track with the green transition that we had finally started to outline towards the end of 2019. Thoughts about physical constraints due to the global health crisis, transformed school system, economic/political priorities in nations, environmental justice (which there has finally been shed light upon in the wake of the global BLM mobilization), and long-term sustainability planning, reference to Naomi Klein’s essay Screen New DealHot Take episode with David Wallace Wells, and other recommendations. Research project on paths to green transition.

In process…

 

Posted on August 6th 2020.

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