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Can Capitalism Survive Climate Change? with Noam Chomsky and Robert Pollin

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Noam Chomsky is one of the world’s most influential political commentators, widely admired – and widely criticised – for his decades of .. Read more anti-imperialist writing and activism. is one of the world’s most influential political commentators, widely admired – and widely criticised – for his decades of anti-imperialist writing and activism. Now he turns his attention to the greatest challenge that has ever faced humanity – the environmental crisis. And with leading economist Robert Pollin he comes to Intelligence Squared to talk about the themes of the new book they have written together, The Climate Crisis and the Global Green New Deal. Chomsky and Pollin will argue that the leaders of the US, the most powerful state in human history, are dedicating themselves with a passion to destroying the prospects for organised human life. At the same time, the authors argue, there is a solution at hand, which is the Green New Deal.

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John William Clarry

John William Clarry

Lecturer at Cedar Crest College

Philadelphia, United States
jemi Irwansyah

jemi Irwansyah

Researcher at Traction Energy Asia

Gambir, Indonesia
Yuyun Indradi

Yuyun Indradi

Executive Director at trend asia

Gambir, Indonesia
Tommy Pratama

Tommy Pratama

Executive Director at Traction Energy Asia

Gambir, Indonesia
Rival Ahmad

Rival Ahmad

Lecturer at Jentera

Depok, Indonesia
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