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Green Capitalism Is Not Enough

Expanding democratic ownership Transitioning to ecological sustainability

“[T]here is a growing consensus that the institutional framework that underpins the Green New Deal must be democratic. Common Wealth has argued for the creation of a Green New Deal commission that could bring together ‘communities at the sharp end of environmental and industrial change as well as unions, businesses, technology experts, and scientists’ to develop collective solutions to the problem of climate breakdown. In the USA, The Democracy Collaborative think tank has argued for the creation of an ‘energy democracy’ through policies like rolling out a community-owned power administration.”

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Publication date: 2021-01-20
Publisher: Tribune
Publication URL: Green Capitalism Is Not Enough

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