CT302 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Climate Justice, Protectionism, North American Free Trade Agreement

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CT 302 Lecture
Sept. 29
GREENHOUSE: Interview with the Director
-Need to change our economy, people pushing the government for
equitable change
-The climate justice change movement is winning and growing
momentum
-Tar sands: largest industrial development in the world right now
-Write something in our reflection to show that I’ve been here, a
present in class
-Engage in the class discussions: under the communication tab
First Assignment: READING CRITIQUE
- Summary: maximum of 3 pages summarizing what the authors
consider most important. Be concise
- REFLECTION: what ideas do you think are important in the readings
and why?
- WHAT IS MISSING: What, if anything, does Klein miss when explaining
that “This Changes Everything” If you feel it misses nothing, why not?
(4-6) Double spaced pages long
- No need to touch on Ch. 10 (no reference page needed)
- DROP BOX ONLY
-Cap and Trade: in California it works
-Initiative coming out: come up with/create a commodity out of CO2 that
can be used
-Trade agreements always trump environmental agreements
-Economy: have law, corporations and bullies
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