This is the most important general election in a generation.
We head to the polls at the culmination of a year of climate action with public concern at its highest levels recorded. At the same time we continue to see increasingly severe warnings against inaction by the international scientific community.
In this report, Fatima Ibrahim and Hannah Martin ask how a Green New Deal can emerge from the social movements that are propelling climate justice, and open up onto a sustainable, hegemonic political force. Through a compelling methodological approach that draws from union organising, the anti-road movement, and Sisters Uncut, this paper investigates what an intersectional Green New Deal would look like on the ground.
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