Climate Change Justice and Resistance from Doha to East Texas

Anne Petermann of the Global Justice Ecology Project discusses the recent climate conference in Doha, Qatar which is characterized more as a trade show for corporations looking to profit from climate change than a conference about solutions, and the increasing exclusion of non-corporate voices. She says solutions to the climate crisis are coming from the …

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Crises in Tuition & Predatory Student Lending

On International Human Rights Day we look at the right to education. Tyler Paige is one of 11 students occupying a building at Cooper Union demanding that the college continue to offer free education. Students, faculty and alumni are united in this effort which is part of the global movement for the right to education. …

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Israel, Gaza and Egypt

In this show we talk with Sydney Levy of Jewish Voice for Peace about the recent Israeli attack on Gaza, the UN vote to give Palestinians UN state observer status and the work of JVP for human rights for all people. JVP promotes the Boycott/Divestment/Sanctions campaign to pressure Israel to give Palestinians freedom and equal rights …

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Archive of Clearing the FOG Shows

Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese speaking in Ashland, OR in 2012. The Clearing the FOG website went public at the end of 2012. All shows that were produced prior to that time can be listened to at the archive here. We have had a lot of great guests covering a wide range of important issues, among …

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Show on Global Agriculture and Trade Policy

This show featured noted Indian Journalist P. Sainath and International Program Director of the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy, Karen Hansen-Kuhn. We speak about rural agriculture and poverty and the real effects of globalization and neo-liberal policies. Subsidies and trade policies have led to failing farms around the world and farmers committing suicide in …

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