Abundant Futures for Whom
Possibilities for (and Despite) a Scarred Earth

The implications of Green New Deal politics for left organizing:

Socialist feminist perspectives bring important insights to our understanding of what abundance means and what kinds of work, done by who, it requires
—Alyssa Battistoni

How "energy abolition" offers a way to reframe energy politics along with the contours of necessary, viable and desirable forms of livable worlds and abundant futures.
—Jesse Goldstein

The broad, bi-partisan political opposition to meaningful climate solutions and what this means for left organizing and socialist strategy today
—Kate Aronoff

Two different kinds of democracy—democratic ambivalence about energy intensity, and radical democratic control of design—should guide the left's efforts to reconstruct the US built environment
—Daniel Aldana Cohen

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