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The more you look at ethics and animal welfare, the more you realize that there's no logical reason to treat other animals as if they have less ethical value than humans.
@raven0144 @bedap To me this comes down to, yet again, all revolutions of liberation if they're to be successful and not just replace one oppressive system with another, has to begin with and be centered on, community building.
And by that I don't just mean the social relationships, but stuff like keeping your community fed, clothed, housed, ect. Which means considering proper infrastructure.
I had a dream a long time ago that all streets but the boulevards were lush and green. People rode bikes and horses to get around and fruit trees created a shaded canopy. Some streets were paths, with flowers and grasses and micro ponds, others were long greenhouses who's roofs stretched from one side of the street to the other. The giant homes and mansions were now filled with life. We reclaimed the space from concrete, from capitalists, from the brink of extinction.
@bedap this definitely something I've been thinking about. And something I think we need to be working on. If we're going to have a revolution and not just end up where we started we need to supercede capitalism in ever way. The lights need to stay on, the water needs to keep running, ems services need to be active, food distribution needs to happen, hospitals need to stay open, we need to figure out what society without prisons and police looks like
Anyone who is a victim of a system of oppression, like racism, is automatically more effected by the climate crisis. For example, over 65% of fossil fuel infrastructure is built in majority black & brown communities. This is not a coincidence....
....corporations take advantage of communities that are marginalized, and the disproportionate amount of fossil fuel infrastructure in #POC communities is poisoning them, and causes high rates of asthma and cancer. Climate Justice IS #BlackLivesMatter
Hey, here's another tumblr transfer new to here. I'm a student (age 19) studying environmental engineering to help organize vulnerable communities with self-sustaining infrastructure/ renewable energy generation outside of state and corporate control. I'm a queer gal ecosocialist/ anarchist. I love gardening, DIY projects, and just generally anything outdoors.
Hi, 19 yo queer gal here! I'm a perpetually tired environmental engineering student. Prob posting mostly solarpunk. I'm here to meet people, so message me!
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