Category: climate change

September 20: union actions against the climate emergency

September 20: union actions against the climate emergency

Heat stress and extreme climate events Joining in on September 20 It is now just one month and a bit before the next secondary school students’ local and global action against climate change and, in particular, the fossil fuel industry and its drivers. The secondary school students are urging adults and adult run organisations to…

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A delicate moment | Michael Roberts Blog … this is actually a big deal for the Australian election and its aftermath

A delicate moment | Michael Roberts Blog … this is actually a big deal for the Australian election and its aftermath

IMF chief economist, Gita Gopinath reckoned the global economy had entered “a delicate moment”. She offered a decisive insight: “If the downside risks do not materialize and the policy support put in place is effective, global growth should rebound. If, however, any of the major risks materialize, then the expected recoveries in stressed economies, export-dependent…

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Socialism’s Relevance Here and Now in Australia

Socialism’s Relevance Here and Now in Australia

Talking about socialism here and elsewhere Dr. Tristan Ewins consistently seeks, from within the ALP, as an open socialist to the left of Australian laborism, to promote discussion about the meaning of socialism in Australia in the 21 st century. Click here for his latest piece , “ALP Socialist Left Forum: The Prospects for Socialism…

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