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Climate Emergency Declaration and Mobilisation Campaign — 3 Comments

    • Dear Kevin, your work looks really important. Students at Warwick University are campaigning on this, I wonder if it might be valuable to connect? I have seen your resource page and I’ll share this with them. However, you might be interested in some work that has been done here. https://globuswarwick.com/climateemergency/

      All the best,
      Alastair Smith
      Senior Teaching Fellow,
      Global Sustainable Development,
      University of Warwick

  1. To use progress for our benefit and for the benefit of life on Earth, we must reduce drastically the time of work. We have to work one day a week or even less. All means of production are too efficient to live. In the same way, forbid to work more! For those who want to work, the government and other actors who depend on the work, should facilitate the direction of work towards organic farming, work that could be done without time limit, with non-polluting means.

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