NO WAY TO SOLVE CLIMATE WITHOUT ANTI-RACIST RESPONSE, U.S. MARINE BIOLOGIST ARGUES
"Racism derails the effort to fight the climate emergency, and the only way for white people to maintain a habitable planet is to become anti-racist, marine biologist and Ocean Collectiv founder Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson argues in a widely-circulated article for the Washington Post.
“The sheer magnitude of transforming our energy, transportation, buildings, and food systems within a decade, while striving to reach net zero greenhouse gas emissions shortly thereafter, is already overwhelming. And black Americans are disproportionately more likely than whites to be concerned about—and affected by—the climate crisis,” Johnson writes."
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