[WSMDiscuss] [REDlistserve] Green New Deal: how revolutionary?
h.paul at gn.apc.org
Wed Apr 15 13:36:33 CEST 2020
Yes! Reduction of consumption is absolutely key. And the conversion of
millions of the better off from consumers, which just means serving the
corporations, to engaged human beings.
We have to move from party systems and leaders to people systems without
all that and I feel that citizen assemblies as tried in Ireland, can help
On 15/04/2020, 12:23, "Ashish Kothari"
<radical_ecological_democracy at googlegroups.com on behalf of
ashishkothari at riseup.net> wrote:
>The Green New Deal is the most progressive manifesto of any American
>politician (and paralleled by UK's Labour Party under Corbyn) for a long
>time. But it also has fundamental flaws. My short piece in Wall Street
>International Magazine. (A longer one coming up hopefully soon!)
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