How Will Climate Change Affect Politics? - The Atlantic


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Climate change is going to revolutionize politics in cities across the world.
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6 weeks ago by lgtout
Climate change is going to revolutionize politics in cities across the world.
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7 weeks ago by spaceninja
A public swimming pool near Cape Town stands empty in March 2018. Morgana Wingard / Getty R ainfall in Cape Town is a dramatic affair. In the winter wet season,…
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8 weeks ago by paryshnikov
What happens when a city is about to run out of water
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8 weeks ago by martinpickett
Climate change is going to revolutionize politics in cities across the world. Rainfall in Cape Town is a dramatic affair.
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8 weeks ago by jeffhammond
Cape Town Is an Omen
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8 weeks ago by edenman
Climate change is going to revolutionize politics in cities across the world. Rainfall in Cape Town is a dramatic affair. via Pocket
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8 weeks ago by archizoo
Had the pleasure of playing the resilience game with the MTSC peeps at Roland Kupers class on complexity today. It was a terrific, terrifying, and deeply rich window into human nature. This piece on “Day Zero” makes me draw connections to what we faced at class. In particular, how simple it is to talk about collaboration and co-operation, and how damned hard it can be to shift that for real - in our case, we required varying combinations of insight, timing, commitment to values, and the right crisis to catalyse a need to overthrow the status quo. - From the moment Day Zero became a political problem, it deepened the rifts between the parties. Under South Africa’s Constitution, the ANC is responsible for providing water to all citizens, but the actual infrastructure and services in the Western Cape falls upon the DA to manage. This arrangement would seem to necessitate cooperation, but in reality that hasn’t been the case. The two sides have bitterly smeared one another, blaming the collapse of a number of schemes to boost water supply on the intransigence or ineptitude of opponents. In one case, DA leaders criticized the ANC-led national government for reportedly rejecting assistance from Israel, which employs advanced conservation techniques in its water infrastructure. The South African government is officially aligned in support of Palestine, and has now engaged in a boycott of Israel for decades.
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Climate change is going to revolutionize politics in cities across the world. Rainfall in Cape Town is a dramatic affair. via Pocket
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R ainfall in Cape Town is a dramatic affair. In the winter wet season, ominous clouds and strong winds rumble in from the northwest, carrying with them the…
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A public swimming pool near Cape Town stands empty in March 2018. Morgana Wingard / Getty R ainfall in Cape Town is a dramatic affair. In the winter wet season,…
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