Columnists
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland. Image credit: Chrystia Freeland/Facebook
Chuka Ejeckam | In a conversation about policy priorities, is economic benefit the most pertinent aspect of a transformative investment in child care? Or, does it harm the broader pursuit of justice and liberation?
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Penney Kome | Consumers and investors have a new reporting framework that uses environmental, social, and governance standards to measure corporations.
Columnists
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Duncan Cameron | A new report from the UN Environment Programme identifies climate, biodiversity and pollution as "the three interconnected planetary crises facing humanity."
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Tracy Glynn | Activist Berta Cáceres would likely look at the inequalities that COVID-19 has made more visible and still demand more of the activists concerned about climate change and forced migration.
Book Review
Image: "Dead Epidemiologists" front cover
Raluca Bejan | "Dead Epidemiologists" argues that we need to be less concerned with whether Wuhan's wet market was the origin of COVID-19 and instead focus our attention on the structural causes of disease.
Podcast
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David Peck | Jennifer Abbott and Joel Bakan talk about "The New Corporation," a film about the devastating power of corporations and their role in spiralling inequality.
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Khadijah Kanji | Part two in a series addressing the myths that conflate multiculturalism and anti-racism.
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Ed Finn, Brian Arden | A satirical look at the doctrines and dogmas of capitalism and neoliberalism.
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Ed Finn | Only if enough valiant and dedicated progressives rally behind a global campaign to dump capitalism in time to avert another pandemic will humankind survive.
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Ed Finn | We cannot afford to return to a business-as-usual economic model that kills many, impoverishes millions and fuels global warming.
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Ed Finn | Can world wide catastrophe be prevented? Yes, it could, but only if capitalism is replaced by a planet-friendly progressive socialist economy.
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Transmission electron micrograph of SARS-CoV-2 virus particles, isolated from a patient. Image: NIAID/Flickr
Jeff Shantz | The pandemic has shown that society organized around production for profit destroys nature and harms most of the world's population. But we are also seeing signs of socialistic alternatives.