We are standing on a precipice
Douglas Murray on Triggernometry on how the collapse of western civilisation will be the fault of unruly social justice warriors, hellbent on cancelling history, rather than spiralling global heating or rampant inequality....
Global Elites Announce ‘Great Reset’ Plan—And It’s Even More Radical Than the Green New Deal
Article by the editorial director of the Heartlands Institute: “For those of us who support free markets, the Great Reset is nothing short of terrifying."
“Build back better” – The Latest Code Phrase for Green Global Tyranny
Breitbart on how "BBB is actually a United Nations invented phrase and what it actually means is more world government, more green taxes and regulation, more expensive energy, more identity politics, more corporatism — and, of course, less freedom and entrepreneurialism.”
Framing Vaccines in the US
Addressing the role that ‘moral foundations’ play in state-led efforts to encourage people to take vaccines. Also references similar research that focused on climate action.
Our relationship with nature is broken
WWF's Living Planet Report: “This is our opportunity, for a new balance with nature, one that recognises our future is intimately connected with all other life on earth.”
"Imperative 21 is driving a RESET from shareholder primacy to stakeholder capitalism, which creates shared wellbeing on a healthy planet. The stewards of the Imperative 21 network – include: B Lab (certifier of B Corporations), The B Team, Chief Executives for Corporate Purpose (CECP), Common Future, Conscious Capitalism, The Global Impact Investing Network (GIIN), JUST Capital, and Participant."
Ready to deal with another crisis? Prospects for attitudes towards climate change in the post-Covid-19 world
Assessing the value-action gap on climate action, referencing data from the last decade up to now, with implications for climate action post-Covid-19.
Talking Tax, How To Win Support For Taxing Wealth
Research from Tax Justice UK finding strong cross-party support for taxing the wealthy and cracking down on avoidance, but also found that people see accumulating wealth as a moral good.
Students want a green recovery
NUS researching showing that students think “climate change is as serious a risk as COVID-19” and “support prioritisation of climate change in the economic recovery after the pandemic.”
We Need to Talk About How We Talk About Systems Change…
Guidance on how to talk to people about systems, a critical skill for this moment.