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Oil Companies Spent Millions To Defeat Green New Deal In Washington State

Climate change appeared on the ballot in numerous states during the 2018 midterm elections, an indication of the growing concern among average citizens about the catastrophic effects of fossil fuel burning. But the struggle for regulations on emissions was repeatedly blocked by the money machinery of the oil industry. Record amounts of money were spent trying to derail the efforts of activists and labor unions fighting to save the environment. One such instance was over Initiative 1631 in Washington State where the oil industry spent more than $30 million trying to sabotage the struggle for a better world. In this exclusive Truthout interview, Jeff Johnson — who led the fight for the passing of Initiative 1631 — reflects on the lessons activists nationwide can draw for the future from the climate change struggle in Washington State.

C.J. Polychroniou: Jeff, share with me the background of the movement you led in Washington State for climate change and Initiative 1631.

Jeff Johnson: For the record, I am one of seven leaders representing communities of color, the environmental community, tribes and labor that came together to form the Alliance for Jobs and Clean Energy. The Alliance spent three years building a climate justice movement based on principles of equity and giving assistance and voice to those most disproportionately impacted by climate disaster. Initiative 1631 was a product of this work.

I-1631 created a carbon fee of $15 a metric ton on carbon pollution and would have used the resulting $2.3 billion generated over five years to invest in clean energy, clean water and healthy forests – creating tens of thousands of family wage jobs and pulling 20 million tons of CO2 out of the air every year. Read more

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Dagblad Trouw – Sylvia Heimans ~ ‘Deze ontspoorde wereld’: een indringend dagboek van een onderduikster die een donkere toekomst tegemoet gaat

Trouw – 1 december 2018. Oorlogsdagboeken vormen als geen ander een directe stem uit het verleden, en blijven daarom tot de verbeelding spreken. Ook al – of juist omdat – de oorlog inmiddels meer dan zeventig jaar achter ons ligt. ‘Deze ontspoorde wereld’ is de nalatenschap van een vrouw die 45 was toen Duitsland Nederland binnenviel. Die leeftijd maakt haar dagboek een compleet andere beleving dan de bekende verhalen van jonge vrouwen zoals Anne Frank en Etty Hillesum. Hier geen levenslustige toon, relativering, humor, verliefdheid of perspectief op een naoorlogs leven. Ze hanteert, op een enkele uitzondering na, een feitelijke, beheerste stijl, minder literair, wel adequaat.

Paula Bermann is een keurige Duits-Joodse vrouw die in de jaren twintig trouwde met de Nederlandse Coenraad van Es. In het begin van de oorlog wonen ze met hun drie kinderen in Amsterdam-Zuid. Bermann is dan nog zeer op haar omgeving gericht. Haar eigen kinderen vindt ze egoïstisch, en op straat ziet ze tot haar afkeuring de zedeloosheid toenemen. Haar echtgenoot lijdt na het verlies van zijn werk aan depressies en daar kan ze maar moeilijk begrip voor opbrengen. Financieel hebben ze het goed.

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