Juan Bordera Romá

Juan Bordera Romá is a screenwriter and journalist. He has worked on documentary, series, theater, radio and television projects. Has written for the main Spanish media such as CTXT, ElDiario, ElSalto or Público. Degrowth activist in Extinction Rebellion and the Transition Network.

extinct DODO

The IPCC leaks and unbridled capitalism

And this sixth mass extinction is happening because of us. Yes, us. We are the meteorite now. At least the unbridled economic system we have built.

September 2, 2021

Roman ruins

The century of limits

We have to assume that we have reached the century of limits, and the current model is no good for us. We have to plan and try to redistribute while reducing our impact.

August 9, 2021

Chilean protests 2020

Citizens’ assemblies and independent politics

The second alternative that is widening the boundaries of democracy is even more transformative, which does not exclude participatory processes such as the Citizens’ Assembly, on the contrary, it is nourished by them, which is the rise of independent politics.

July 30, 2021

dried-out soil

The last climate warning: heatwaves and the IPCC leak

The companies that used to spend millions to deny that climate change even existed, now, since it is no longer possible to cover up the elephant in the room, seek to promote these doubts about the origin of it, emphasizing that the earth has always changed, that it is no big deal, etc.

July 27, 2021

cows on the commons

The tragedy is not having common goods

In order to close the circle, the commons must be that which helps to provide the minimum subsistence that guarantees a decent quality of life.

July 22, 2021

black elephants

The black elephant in the room

The Black Elephant In The Room, in this case, is that nothing grows forever. Unlike what our system – the Elephant in The Room – pretends to do, which is designed to do so and doesn’t know how to slow down.

July 20, 2021

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