Rise Up Times, Media for Justice and Peace Summary, December 4, 2022

Media for Justice and Peace New Posts for December 4, 2022 PLEASE SHARE WIDELY Share     Tweet     Forward                 DONATE TODAY The Past, Present, and Future of Work, by Chris Winters One notable effect of this radical societal reordering has come to be termed the “Great Resignation.” More than 47 million people in More

Rajan Menon: Our Global (Dis)Order and Climate Change

In fact, it’s now reasonable to ask whether an international community connected by a consensus of norms and rules, and capable of acting in concert against the direst threats to humankind, exists. Sadly, if the responses to the war in Ukraine are the standard by which we’re judging, things don’t look good.

Ignoring How Militarism Fuels Climate Change Will Be the Death of Us, by Sue Ann Martinson

Unfortunately, not much has changed since this article was origianlly published in the Women Against Military Madness Newsletter and on ScheerPost, except the climate crisis has worsened with extreme heat waves in southeast Asia and more climate dhange in the U.S. and worldwide while the fossil suel industry and the corporations drag their feet at does the Biden administration, dependent on their money.

Corporate Media Must Stop Making Ads For Fossil Fuel Companies

Even now, when scientists say we’ve done irreversible damage to our planet, corporate and legacy news outlets won’t give up the fossil fuel dollars. Corporate Media Must Stop Making Ads For Fossil Fuel Companies Alex Kotch, Maria Bustillos, Amy Westervelt  The Lever  Opt Out  July 6, 2022 Who’s to blame for a lack of action More

How Charles Koch Purchased the Supreme Court’s EPA Decision, by Sharon Lerner

“Whatever else this Court may know about, it does not have a clue about how to address climate change. Yet the Court today prevents congressionally authorized agency action to curb power plants’ carbon dioxide emissions. The Court appoints itself—instead of Congress or the expert agency—the decisionmaker on climate policy. I cannot think of many things more frightening.”

Chris Hedges: The Triumph of Death

The rage of the betrayed is articulated by imbecilic demagogues vomited up from the social and political swamp. Corporations and the billionaire class will continue to exploit, but under a cruder and crueler authoritarianism. The social, political, economic, and environmental breakdown will accelerate.

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