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An eye-opening and well-researched talk by activist Vincent Emanuele. He explores the three crises that are making the world--at best--highly unstable. Then he suggests some steps that the people can take to make our uncertain future as livable as possible.
Since neither government nor business is likely to do anything positive about these crises, useful responses will have to come from the grassroots.
All three crises are deeply rooted in the United States. Two of them are now global. The crises are
- social collapse in the U.S.
- ecological disaster
In Part 1, Emanuele shows the dimensions of social collapse and militarization and begins his discussion of the ecology crisis.
In Part 2, Emanuel explores the ecology crisis in depth and then proposes some general actions that the organized grassroots can take to maintain (insofar as possible) a good,decent, and cooperative life for the people.
Emanuele spoke at the Open University of the Left, in Chicago, on September 24, 2016. Thanks to Dale Lehman/WZRD, for the original audio recording, which I have condensed and slightly edited.