Three Steps to Establishing a Politics of Global Warming
October 31, 2012
Despite increasingly worrying scientific evidence, worsening extreme weather disasters, and years of advocacy by the major environmental groups, political leaders in the United States have not acted seriously on climate change. Because efforts to push climate change action through regular political channels have clearly failed, a mass movement of grassroots citizen activism is necessary.
This is a chapter from The ENERGY Reader: Overdevelopment and the Delusion of Endless Growth (2012).