How the Virus Has Hit the Climate Movement: Bill McKibben

"A few weeks ago, this was looking like a big year for Canada’s climate movement.


After years of grassroots opposition to the Trans Mountain pipeline in B.C., an eruption of rail blockades across the country in solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en natural gas fight and Teck Resources shelving a major new oil sands mine for economic reasons, all the conditions seemed there to push for economy-transforming policies on the scale of the Green New Deal.


Then the coronavirus hit."


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