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BB interviews…Noam Chomsky

BB interviews…Noam Chomsky | anthropogenic | Scoop.it



“If you look at the countries of the world and ask how are they dealing with climate change — probably our biggest challenge as a species — one of the worst records is in the US, the richest country, and one of the best, maybe the best, is in Bolivia, the second-poorest country of South America. It’s striking that countries that have large indigenous populations are at the forefront of this battle.” He pauses. “They are pressing very hard for what is often called ‘rights of nature’ but should be called ‘right to survival’”.


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BB interviews…Noam Chomsky

BB interviews…Noam Chomsky | anthropogenic | Scoop.it



“If you look at the countries of the world and ask how are they dealing with climate change — probably our biggest challenge as a species — one of the worst records is in the US, the richest country, and one of the best, maybe the best, is in Bolivia, the second-poorest country of South America. It’s striking that countries that have large indigenous populations are at the forefront of this battle.” He pauses. “They are pressing very hard for what is often called ‘rights of nature’ but should be called ‘right to survival’”.


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BB interviews…Noam Chomsky

BB interviews…Noam Chomsky | anthropogenic | Scoop.it



“If you look at the countries of the world and ask how are they dealing with climate change — probably our biggest challenge as a species — one of the worst records is in the US, the richest country, and one of the best, maybe the best, is in Bolivia, the second-poorest country of South America. It’s striking that countries that have large indigenous populations are at the forefront of this battle.” He pauses. “They are pressing very hard for what is often called ‘rights of nature’ but should be called ‘right to survival’”.


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