Courtesy of Kevin Pluck (2019)

Courtesy of Kevin Pluck (2019)

This amazing new project by Uneven Earth seeks to create “a glossary of crucial concepts in political ecology, alternative economics, and environmental justice…The time is now to put forward concise definitions of key concepts, to explain our political position firmly and clearly.” Contribute or join their mailing list.

Article: The Uninhabitable Earth by David Wallace Wells  A summarised version of his book, these long-read will wake you and anyone else up to the climate catastrophe we are yet to face. A guaranteed sharpener for those lazy days. Stick with it until the end, it’s worth it.

Article: The Uninhabitable Earth by David Wallace Wells

A summarised version of his book, these long-read will wake you and anyone else up to the climate catastrophe we are yet to face. A guaranteed sharpener for those lazy days. Stick with it until the end, it’s worth it.

Article:  The Green New Deal: system change or saving the system?  by Helena Nicholson  A great clarification and addition to the debate on the GND. Thorough and worthwhile.

Article: The Green New Deal: system change or saving the system? by Helena Nicholson

A great clarification and addition to the debate on the GND. Thorough and worthwhile.

Helpful meme!

Helpful meme!

Short and sweet way of phrasing it.

Short and sweet way of phrasing it.

In 1962 Exxon-Mobil boasts it has the ability to melt millions of tonnes of ice per day from glaciers “unmelted for centuries”. In 2017, its CEO is appointed US Secretary of State. He wrote ‘Arctic Potential: Realising the Promise of Arctic Oil and Gas Resources’ in 2015.   1962: carbon dioxide in the atmosphere was at 318.43 parts per million. 2016: it passed 400 ppm for the first time in human history, and would not return.  May 2019: 415 ppm for the first time.

In 1962 Exxon-Mobil boasts it has the ability to melt millions of tonnes of ice per day from glaciers “unmelted for centuries”.
In 2017, its CEO is appointed US Secretary of State. He wrote ‘Arctic Potential: Realising the Promise of Arctic Oil and Gas Resources’ in 2015.

1962: carbon dioxide in the atmosphere was at 318.43 parts per million.
2016: it passed 400 ppm for the first time in human history, and would not return.
May 2019: 415 ppm for the first time.

Extra resources on the Overshoot Day: https://www.overshootday.org/?fbclid=IwAR0Cw4xJeh7N4d5R0NW32s4mJ85ygMt2TFB1K2w5oGpHqk6xUvlcAd_yZ1w  Image from: https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2019/07/earth-overshoot-day-is-here-earlier-than-ever?fbclid=IwAR3tiVZyLCvW304K5zxmbCHAVovigw9nYodH5Pz5ixOLUeELGqLli6na15w

Extra resources on the Overshoot Day: https://www.overshootday.org/?fbclid=IwAR0Cw4xJeh7N4d5R0NW32s4mJ85ygMt2TFB1K2w5oGpHqk6xUvlcAd_yZ1w

Image from: https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2019/07/earth-overshoot-day-is-here-earlier-than-ever?fbclid=IwAR3tiVZyLCvW304K5zxmbCHAVovigw9nYodH5Pz5ixOLUeELGqLli6na15w

Article: When Climate Change Broke My Heart and Forced Me to Grow Up by Mary Heglar  This speaks to anyone who goes through the rollercoaster of climate-related emotions. And of course, we’re sentimental and emotional bitches, so we had to include this.

Article: When Climate Change Broke My Heart and Forced Me to Grow Up by Mary Heglar

This speaks to anyone who goes through the rollercoaster of climate-related emotions. And of course, we’re sentimental and emotional bitches, so we had to include this.

An NPR podcast recommended to us by Jenny Zhong, a Summer 2019 contributor. It’s called ‘Why Our Brains Weren't Made To Deal With Climate Change’, and looks at the behavioural psychology behind the spectrum of climate denial that exists in our society.

An NPR podcast recommended to us by Jenny Zhong, a Summer 2019 contributor. It’s called ‘Why Our Brains Weren't Made To Deal With Climate Change’, and looks at the behavioural psychology behind the spectrum of climate denial that exists in our society.

Article: Are Extinction Rebellion whitewashing climate justice? by Leah Cowan via gal-dem.com

Article: Are Extinction Rebellion whitewashing climate justice? by Leah Cowan via gal-dem.com

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