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About Daniel Macmillen Voskoboynik

Daniel Macmillen Voskoboynik is an educator, campaigner and author. He is the co-founder and co-editor of The World at 1C, a communications initiative designed to humanise the ecological crisis and clarify its causes.

Articles by Daniel Macmillen Voskoboynik

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El colonialismo incesante

Desde las poblaciones diezmadas de las primeras colonias hasta los recientes asesinatos de activistas medioambientales en Honduras, la aritmética de la crueldad y la destrucción sigue su curso. English

Colonialism can’t be forgotten – it’s still destroying peoples and our planet

From the population decimation of the first colonies to the recent murders of environmental activists in Honduras, the arithmetic of cruelty and destruction is still unfolding. Español

To fix the climate crisis, we must face up to our imperial past

It’s time to join the dots between our overlapping crises of – and shared solutions to – environmental degradation, damaged health, racial oppression and gender injustice.

The Mocoa massacre in Colombia, a tragedy foretold

When deforestation, climate change and extreme rainfall are coupled with a lack of human preparedness, catastrophe becomes inevitable. Español

La masacre de Mocoa, Colombia: anatomía de una tragedia anunciada

Cuando la deforestación, el cambio climático y las precipitaciones extremas se juntan con la falta de preparación humana, la catástrofe se hace inevitable. English

A multinational fracking boom begins in Colombia

New concessions threaten the water supply to the capital city of Bogota. Español

 

Boom del fracking en Colombia

La concesión de licencias para la extracción de petróleo vía fracking proliferan, amenazando comunidades indígenas, ecosistemas, e incluso el suministro de agua a la capital, Bogotá. English

Corbyn and the climate crisis

Corbyn can become a leader on climate change if he positions its cause at the heart of a new economic design. 

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