Climate Apartheid: The Disparity of Responsibility

Failure to tackle emissions and bolster against rising heat, both natural and anthropogenic, coupled with continued ecological collapse is the culmination of capitalism in its current form. Direct ecological protection via conservation and legislation is good, but is only really a bandaid to be pulled off time and again by a system that seeks to perpetually exploit it. We can provide security for nature in the short-term, but will ultimately be lost if we carry on like this.

Environmental Racism: How Inequality is Unsustainable.

Environmental racism is defined as the discrimination of low-income and minority communities on environmental grounds, exposing said communities to degraded land, pollution and the effects of climate change. Deep-seeded in history, this issue is still playing out today at both the national and international level...