Tag Archives: COP26

Gulf stream slowdown shows need to end climate change & capitalism

By Haritha Olaganathan The Gulf stream’s warmth stretches from the tip of Florida northwards along the US East Coast. It is one of many currents in the thermohaline, or Atlantic meridional overturning circulation (AMOC), an essential system credited for the hospitality of the Northern hemisphere. It carries warm water from the Tropics to the North Atlantic “like a conveyor belt,” ...

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Climate change: Prepare for mass protests at COP26

By Connor Rosoman, International Socialist Alternative We are living through a decisive period in the fight against climate change. A recently leaked report from the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has warned that at current rates, we are heading for 3C of warming — well above the 2C limit set by the Paris Agreement to avert a climate disaster. But ...

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Climate catastrophe: A socialist world is needed- now more than ever

The following is an extract from a speech given by Socialist Party member, Haritha Olaganathan at “The Rally for a Socialist World” (link here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HPdWsEuUIzw) organised by International Socialist Alternative.  I’m really looking forward to the mobilisation in Glasgow in November [protests taking place at the UN COP26 meeting on climate change] because I’m sure you remember one of the ...

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