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Contrary to Martin Thomas’ view (Solidarity 274), Cumbria’s anti-nuclear lobby cannot simply be dismissed as parochial NIMBYs.
The widening gap between the risks of ecological degradation and the politics needed to prevent massive damaging social and environmental impacts is well illustrated by recent climate announcements.
On 30 January, Cumbria county council voted against allowing further surveys to see if an underground dump for spent nuclear fuel can be safely built in its area.
The irony should not be lost. The irony of holding the latest round of climate talks in the desert in Qatar, which has the highest per capita emissions of any state as well as an appalling record on workers’ rights.
On Tuesday 25 September 4000 workers of the IlVA steelworks went on strike in the Italian port city of Taranto.
Fracking, or hydraulic fracturing, is a technique for getting methane gas out of shale rocks.
Mark Lynas has written a provocative book that deserves to be read and discussed.
Training Room, Liverpool Guild of Students, 160 Mount Pleasant, L3 5TR
How do we understand climate change and the wider ecological crisis that now threatens the homes and food of millions?
With guest Speaker Robin Sivapalan, Workers' Climate Action activist and key organiser of solidarity with workers' occupation of the Vestas wind turbine blade factory on the Isle of Wight
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Top Bar (by the Blues Café)
Can revolutionary, working-class socialism develop answers to capitalist climate crises?
With a speaker from the Workers' Climate Action campaign.