Naomi Klein explains how governments and the global elite will exploit a pandemic.
I’ve marched for climate change. I’ve read Naomi Klein. What else can I do?
"Anger has to go somewhere," she explains. "When things don't work the left traditionally blames big power, while the right blames immigrants."
Canada's NDP voted 52 percent in favour of getting rid of party leader Thomas Mulcair, in favour of picking a new chief.
VICE News meets Naomi Klein and Jeremy Corbyn and finds out what this new international climate justice movement has in store for the end of the summit.
A clip from "This Changes Everything," which connects our polluted world to the economies that caused it.
"The drug war distorts how we think about drugs themselves. You might put on Facebook, 'I had a great bottle of wine last night', but you'd be foolish to put 'I had a great line of coke last night'."
Not surprisingly, Klein doesn't have many nice words for Stephen Harper.
The rally was timed to bring attention to the cause ahead of this week's Climate Summit of the Americas in Toronto, this fall's Canadian federal election and the highly-anticipated UN Paris climate talks in November.
A conversation about "resolutions" at the 'Institutions of Resolution Disputes [iRD],' which opened last Saturday night at Transfer Gallery in Brooklyn.
Quite categorically: C-51 is soft on terrorism and hard on democracy.