Naomi Klein is a senior correspondent at The Intercept and the UBC Professor of Climate Justice at the University of British Columbia. She was the inaugural Gloria Steinem endowed chair of media, culture and feminist studies at Rutgers University until September 2021. She is an award-winning journalist and best-selling author, most recently of “How to Change Everything.” She has also written “On Fire: The Burning Case for A Green New Deal,” “The Battle for Paradise,” “No Is Not Enough,” “This Changes Everything,” “The Shock Doctrine,” and “No Logo.”
Climate CrimesStuck in the Smoke as Billionaires Blast Off
Climate inaction was never really about denial. Rich countries just thought poorer countries would bear the brunt of the crisis.
Intercepted PodcastStealing Children to Steal the Land
Naomi Klein speaks to the legendary Manuel family about the uncovering of a mass grave of 215 Indigenous children.
A Climate Dystopia in Northern California
California’s divided and fire-scarred cities, reeling from climate disasters, need a Green New Deal.
India Targets Climate Activists With the Help of Big Tech
Tech giants like Google and Facebook appear to be aiding and abetting a vicious government campaign against Indian climate activists.