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15 Apr, 2019 08:34

The memory we could be

Rearranging the proverbial deckchairs on the Titanic is the work of the career politician. Their other role is to listen to lobby groups and bend economic policy to suit the needs of vested interests.

But when politicians gift economic power to the corporates who pollute our environment the most, it makes taking real action on climate change nearly impossible.

So, whilst the icebergs continue to melt, how do we begin a different conversation that allows us to take proper action on the biggest issue that confronts us all?

Host Ross Ashcroft is joined by author and campaigner, Daniel Macmillen Voskoboynik, and the executive director of War on Want, Asad Rehman.

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