In this episode we explore two issues that are frequently ignored in discussions about the climate crisis: first, how the impacts of climate change will be unequally felt around the world, and second, the negative side of the politics of the climate movement in the global North.

Our guests include: Betsy Hartmann, author of “The America Syndrome: Apocalypse, War, and Our Call to Greatness” (2017, Seven Stories Press), Anne Hendrixson, senior policy analyst at Challenging Population Control; Max Ajl, author of “A People’s Green New Deal” (2021, Pluto Press); Fikret Adaman, professor of economics at Boğaziçi University; and Kasia Paprocki, author of “Threatening Dystopias: The Global Politics of Climate Change Adaptation in Bangladesh” (2021, Cornell Press). In addition to these interviews, the episode includes some excerpts from Jame K. Boyce’s lecture titled “Climate Change in an Unequal World,” available on Security in Context’s YouTube channel. James K. Boyce is the author of books, such as “The Case for Carbon Dividends” (2019, Polity Press) and “Economics for People and the Planet: Inequality in the Era of Climate Change” (2019, Anthem Press).

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Feb 1, 2022
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