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Bolivia: Capitalism must be 'destroyed' to solve climate change - 13 Oct 2015 - News from BusinessGreen


Bolivia: Capitalism must be 'destroyed' to solve climate change - 13 Oct 2015 - News from BusinessGreen:

"The capitalist system promotes consumerism, warmongering and
commercialism, causing the destruction of Mother Earth and humanity," it
stated. "The capitalist system is a system of death. Hence, capitalism
is leading humanity towards a horizon of destruction that sentences
nature and life itself to death. In this regard, for a lasting solution
to the climate crisis we must destroy capitalism."

The document also set out "10 structural solutions to the climate
crisis", which included establishing a global environment court,
eliminating technology patents and diverting military resources to
climate finance.

Speaking at a conference on Monday, Bolivian President Evo Morales
urged industrialised nations to reduce emissions. "Don't go against the
natural world, natural law, go with Mother Earth," Al Jazeera reported
him saying. "She has a certain way of doing things and when you start
going against that there are no penalties or fines, there's only
consequences when you go against natural law."

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