Naomi Klein is Contributing Editor 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 CrimesThe Hunger Striker vs. The Dictator
The hunger strike of Egypt’s Alaa Abd El Fattah overshadows Sisi’s attempt to whitewash his regime’s human rights record at COP27.
Climate CrimesHolding the COP27 Summit in Egypt’s Police State Creates a Moral Crisis for the Climate Movement
The ongoing hunger strike of Egyptian political prisoner Alaa Abd El Fattah forcefully reminds us that there can be no meaningful climate action without political freedom.
The Supreme Court’s Shock-and-Awe Judicial Coup
The rolling judicial coup coming from this court is by no means over.
Toxic Nostalgia, From Putin to Trump to the Trucker Convoys
War is reshaping our world. Will we harness that urgency for climate action or succumb to a final, deadly oil and gas boom?