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Hundreds Disrupt Global Climate Action Summit, Demand Climate Justice

Transitioning to ecological sustainability Expanding democratic ownership

Civic and business leaders convened at California Governor Jerry Brown’s Global Climate Action Summit, but protestors decried their “false solutions” to the climate crisis. Johanna Bozuwa offers thoughts on the public voice’s power against large corporations. 

Publication date: 2018-09-13

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