Climate Change and Social Justice
Arlen Dilsizian interviews Larry Lohmann

by Arlen Dilsizian with Larry Lohmann

first published 10 July 2008

Neither the origins of nor the solutions to the climate crisis can be understood without facing enduring political questions about class, race, gender, colonialism, corporate power, North-South relations and so on. This interview with Larry Lohmann of The Corner House for the Greek website Re-public: re-imagining democracy explores the connections between the fight against catastrophic climate change and movements for social justice; attempts to depoliticise the global warming issue; the US role in promoting the Kyoto Protocol; the contradictions of carbon trading; the relative isolation of Northern middle-class activists; the role of India and China; and the dangers of technology monopolies.


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