On this episode, physicist Antonio Turiel joins me for a wide-ranging discussion from oceans and climate to energy and culture.
Finding a way out of this “polycrisis” requires a deep transformation in how energy and food are produced and distributed, with actions that challenge corporate control head on.
The best way to ensure help reaches everyone who needs it is through universal approaches that seek to lower energy bills for all.
The news is full of stories about a system whose rivets are about to pop en masse. Disparate calamities are arising out of a system that applies certain “principles” across sectors of society. Those principles have their origin in rigid economic ideology. Let us take Texas utility customers who shivered through rolling electricity blackouts last week.
As the world now gets to grips with the realities of making a rapid transition away from fossil fuels in the next decade, is it time to look again at how quickly we moved back in the 1970s, when we had to?