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2 Apr, 2021 06:48

Debunking economics w/ Steve Keen, the second largest oil spill in US history, the origins of 911

Lee Camp interviews the economics professor and author of 'Debunking Economics,' Steve Keen. Keen's scholarship gives insight into the ways that neoclassical economic models misunderstand climate change. These models, therefore, stop our political institutions from responding to the crisis and provide cover for corporations to continue their polluting business practices. The conversation covers the climate crisis and the continuing failure of modern societies to take it seriously.

Naomi Karavani reports on the second-largest oil spill in US history. The North Carolina oil spill went undetected until two teens stumbled upon it by accident. The company responsible for the spill already had a terrible safety record and managed to keep the story fairly quiet despite the scale of the problem. Anders Lee takes a look back at the racist history of the 911 emergency call system.

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