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Beyond the Lightbulbs: Reflections on Race and Climate Justice

A few years ago, I worked as a community pedagogue for an international development organization in Canada. At the time, one of my key workshops was on the climate crisis. At the conclusion of the seminar, the first question I would get would be, “Okay, but what can  I do? Do you have a handy guide for recycling?” There are many handy guides, it’s...

Amazonia: An International Socio-environmental Crisis

The whole world stopped to watch and mourn the reports on the Amazon fires, which were immediately mistaken for forest fires due to global warming, but were actually man-made. After the true origin of the fires came to light, many blamed the Bolsonaro government's inability for the situation, as, since taking office in January, the retired militarian has defended the expansion of agribusiness in...

Enough! Response to Programme of Government

Enough! Welcomes the Programme of Government as an acknowledgement of and commitment to responding to the Climate Emergency. The Enough Collective, Scotland's new climate and economy think-tank, has issued the following statement on the Scottish Government's Programme for Government and its climate emergency policies. Enough! repeats our assertion that any efforts to tackle climate change without talking about economic systems change fundamentally fails to engage...

The Love In Deep Adaptation

Ahead of our meeting with Jem Bendell later this month in Glasgow 'Deep Adaptation,. Deep Solidarity' here is an introduction to some of the ideas and approaches behind Deep Adaptation (see also "Because it’s not a drill: technologies for deep adaptation to climate chaos" downloadable here as a PDF). As people begin to discuss what “Deep Adaptation” could mean (and what it doesn’t), we...

How Scotland Can Escape the ‘Great Car Economy’

Roads to Nowhere: can Scotland Escape the ‘Great Car Economy?’ The use of the term “movement” to describe mass political organisation has its origins in the mid-19th century. At a time when enormous industrial growth had created a vogue for speed and motion, the metaphorical link to transport was clear. Amidst all those new railways, steam packets ploughing the oceans, and telegraph wires buzzing underneath them — the association of new...