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“We have to confront those powers…” George Monbiot – Extinction Rebellion


George Monbiot: Ending Meat & Dairy Consumption Is Needed to Prevent Worst Impacts of Climate Change

Democracy Now! Published on Nov 29, 2018 – We look at the link between climate change and meat consumption on the heels of a series of damning reports that say if humans don’t act now to halt climate change, … Continue reading

Our cult of personality is leaving real life in the shade | George Monbiot | Opinion | The Guardian

Illustration: Ben Jennings Wed 3 Oct 2018 01.00 EDT Last modified on Thu 4 Oct 2018 06.33 EDT By reducing politics to a celebrity obsession – from Johnson to Trump to Corbyn – the media misdirects and confuses us What … Continue reading

Celebrity isn’t just harmless fun – it’s the smiling face of the corporate machine | George Monbiot | Opinion | The Guardian

@GeorgeMonbiot Tue 20 Dec 2016 15.03 EST Last modified on Fri 9 Feb 2018 13.57 EST Our failure to understand the link between fame and big business made the rise of Trump inevitable Now that a reality TV star is … Continue reading

George Monbiot | The Guardian

Finally, a breakthrough alternative to growth economics – the doughnut | George Monbiot | Opinion | The Guardian

A New Politics for an Age of Crisis | George Monbiot

George Monbiot on why ‘Climate Change Goes Deeper Than Capitalism’

The Elephant Published on Feb 2, 2016 Guardian columnist George Monbiot is one of the foremost progressive political thinkers in Britain today, one who has long put a spotlight on environmental issues, particularly those ignored by the mainstream press. He … Continue reading

Eating the Earth – George Monbiot

17th January 2018 A rough transcript of my speech at the Oxford Farmers’ Conference debate, on the motion “This House Believes Eating Meat Will Be A Thing of the Past by 2100” By George Monbiot, delivered at the Oxford Union, … Continue reading

Insectageddon: farming is more catastrophic than climate breakdown | George Monbiot | Opinion | The Guardian

The shocking collapse of insect populations hints at a global ecological meltdownn ‘Flying insects are the pollinators without which a vast tract of the plant kingdom, both wild and cultivated, cannot survive.’ Photograph: Paul J Richards/AFP/Getty Images Which of … Continue reading