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Card image 26 March 2018 Daily Maverick

It’s Complicated: The land issue according to the ANC Nasrec conference

On Monday afternoon the ANC finally published the resolutions from its Nasrec Conference, which finished in December 2017. Yes. There has been a gap of three months between when the resolutions were agreed to by delegates at the conference, and when they were published. Which means that those in control of the process of publication may well have been able to, shall we say, have a strong input into the final wording. While it is impossible to suggest that one set of policies is the overarching priority to the exclusion of all others, it is surely possible to say that the resolutions on what the ANC calls “Economic Transformation” are a priority. Especially when it includes the land expropriation language. By STEPHEN GROOTES.

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A bit late, but here is my review of "The future is Degrowth" by @MGSchmelzer @a_vansi and Andrea Vetter, published by the ever fantastic @VersoBooks
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The “dinosaur chart”:

Most of the increases in carbon dioxide emissions since the year 1990 have been due to the consumption of the global top 10% income earners.

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