During our show on September 5th, you can hear the most recent Climate Hour podcast, Impacts of the Russo-Ukrainian War on Labor’s Climate Movement, produced by Bob Grove.
Over the past few months, we’ve seen a massive realignment of global alliances and supply chains caused by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. How is this impacting the U.S. labor movement and how does it affect the movement’s ability to focus on climate issues?
Join host, Bob Grove, and guests as they discuss Labor’s Climate Movement and the impacts of the Russo-Ukrainian War.
Larry Williams Jr. – Executive Director of the Labor Network for Sustainability, Founder of UnionBase, and former Labor Coordinator for Sierra Club
Mijin Cha – Assistant Professor of Urban and Environmental Policy at Occidental College, and Fellow at the Cornell Worker Institute.
Todd Vachon – Director of the Labor Education Action Research Network at Rutgers University.
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George Carlin said “we (meaning people in general) are arrogant to think we (usually meaning they) are a threat to the planet. This planet put up with dinosaurs for 165 million years then waited another 65 million before putting up with people. Do any of you think people, humans, can last 165 million years?”