We need fresh, bold economics to fight climate disruption. See these great articles.

Here are several interesting new articles in early May 2019:


As Capitalism Fails, We Need a Roadmap to Survive Climate Change.

This article says that the climate crisis ALSO challenges us to think about economics in bold, fresh ways.
The economics that allowed the climate crisis to occur are NOT sufficient to get us out of that mess.
Fossil fuels have fueled our long run of industrial and economic growth.
But that is coming to an end.
Now we need new economics for a post-fossil fuel future.
There are many dimensions to this.
The article at this link is based on an interdisciplinary group of experts – and what they told the U.N.



AOC promotes Green New Deal in Kentucky coal country. This article discusses ordinary people’s thoughts.



Poll: 96% of Democratic Voters Want 2020 Nominee to Prioritize Climate Action

Democratic voters: 96% is virtually unanimous in prioritizing the climate crisis.  And providing health care for EVERYBODY was a close second in what Democratic voters want, according to this poll.








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Since the late 1960s Glen Anderson has devoted his life to working as a volunteer for peace, nonviolence, social justice, and progressive political issues. He has worked through many existing organizations and started several. Over the years he has worked especially for such wide-ranging goals as making peace with Vietnam, eliminating nuclear weapons, converting from a military economy to a peacetime economy, abolishing the death penalty, promoting nonviolence at all levels throughout society, and helping people organize and strategize for grassroots movements to solve many kinds of problems. He writes, speaks, and conducts training workshops on a wide variety of topics. Since 1987 he has produced and hosted a one-hour cable TV interview program on many kinds of issues. Since 2017 he has blogged at https://parallaxperspectives.org He lives in Lacey near Olympia WA. You can reach him at (360) 491-9093 glen@parallaxperspectives.org