This article is meant to be a companion piece to the rhetoric of first safe country. The recent rise arguments … Continue reading Ecobordering: The Far-Right Movement of Eco-Fascism Painted as Environmental Protection.
Let’s talk about rhetoric! Following the impromptu protest, which shut down one of two dawn raids in Glasgow where police … Continue reading First Safe Country: Rhetoric or Reality?
This experiment is influenced by John Rawls “A Theory of Justice” and a short story in Chuck Palahniuk’s “Haunted.” I … Continue reading My very first attempt at developing a thought experiment.
“Every drug death is avoidable.” At least that was the stance of the U.K. House of Commons Health and Social Care … Continue reading U.K. Drug Policy
It must be noted that at the time of this writing, the world is facing a global pandemic, which is … Continue reading Poststructuralist Greenwashing
A new trend has begun to emerge in the sphere of charitable giving, but this new model of charity does … Continue reading Philanthrocapitalism and Food Security: The “Charity” of Billionaires Comes at a Cost
There is little ambiguity that anthropogenic climate change—through the steady increase in the Earth’s mean temperature—poses the greatest threat to … Continue reading Health and Human Rights: The Complications of Climate Change
As information continues to trickle out slowly regarding the current state of affairs between Ethiopia, Eritrea, and Tigray, I will … Continue reading Climate Smart Energy Production in Ethiopia/sub-Saharan Nations. Solar and Wind are the Future.
In Tim Hayward’s “The Case for a Human Right to an Adequate Environment,” he makes the argument that there is … Continue reading The Human Right to a Habitable Environment
How I Interpret Justice As the blog is about Justice (and climate change); I should explain what I mean about … Continue reading What Justice Means