Greenpeace organisations from around the world are telling their stories and hearing from other voices throughout the movement. Listen to them talk first-hand about how they are taking action in their region. Get ready to get inspired!
Nicholas Shaxson, author and expert on the global economic system, looks at the intricate web of global finance, exploring the unseen forces shaping our economies and societies and exposing the hidden impacts of tax deregulation and monopolistic market practices.
Renata Salecl lays bare the fraying fabric of our communities, worn thin by corruption and apathy, and examines corporate exploitation, the unchecked dominance of technology behemoths, and the unsettling rise of new authoritarianism.
Eva von Redecker, applies the lens of critical theory and feminist philosophy to challenge the notion that the current economic system is inevitable and offers insights into how we can begin to change it and build something new in its place.
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