Naomi Klein on climate change

Author explains why a lack of climate change consensus is harming human development.

    At the climate summit in Copenhagen, Denmark, environmental groups have said that while everybody agrees that there is a climate crisis, no action has been taken in accordance with the consensus.
     
    Naomi Klein, author and journalist, tells Al Jazeera why climate change has emerged as the single greatest barrier to human development, and why there is a critical need for a mass movement to tackle it.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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