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With planetary survival in question, multinational giants like ExxonMobil, Microsoft, AT&T, Citibank, and British Petroleum—villain of the 2010 Gulf oil disaster—operate with relative impunity, subject to loosened or poorly enforced regulations, laws, and ethical constraints. S. history. Many academics as well, often reliant on corporate largesse for their “research,” have joined the denial frenzy. 16 In an illuminating investigative report, Naomi Klein, writing in the Nation, describes at length the global-warming denial machinations at the right-wing Heartland Institute, which held its sixth International Conference on 10 E c o lo g y a n d R e vo lu t i o n Climate Change in late 2011.
16 In an illuminating investigative report, Naomi Klein, writing in the Nation, describes at length the global-warming denial machinations at the right-wing Heartland Institute, which held its sixth International Conference on 10 E c o lo g y a n d R e vo lu t i o n Climate Change in late 2011. Conference delegates were motivated by one all-consuming interest: to reject the scientiﬁc consensus that human activity is responsible for warming the planet. The deniers were highly imaginative in their concerns, some believing that climate change is a plot to steal American freedoms and democracy, others convinced that it is simply “a stalking horse for National Socialism,” yet others taking the view that it is President Obama’s scheme to deliver the United States over to some form of Communism.
Building on a merger of environmental, feminist, antiwar, and community groups, the Greens sought new modes of political articulation consistent with efforts to win governmental leverage. 23 From T h e R a d i c a l I m p e r at i v e 15 the outset, however, the West German Greens were ﬁrmly divided between radical (Fundi) and moderate (Realo) wings, the latter preferring electoral and governmental alliances with Social Democrats, the former more closely aligned with local movements. 24 Green literature retained obligatory nods to radical change, but everyday politics carried the parties inexorably toward social democratic reformism.
Ecology and Revolution: Global Crisis and the Political Challenge by Carl Boggs (auth.)