The Elephant in the Room: Militarisation & the Climate Crisis
In this episode of Know Your Stuff, we interview Nick Buxton, an activist and researcher at the Transnational Institute (TNI), about militarisation and climate change. We examine the significance of militarisation as a topic at COP26 in Glasgow and whether it is adequately addressed.
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Nick Buxton is an activist and researcher at the Transnational Institute (TNI), an international research organisation that supports social movements. He works actively on issues of border politics, climate change, militarism and economic justice and was co-editor of the book The Secure and the Dispossessed – How the military and corporations are seeking to shape a climate-changed world. He is founder and chief editor of TNI’s flagship annual publication, State of Power. (Born in the UK, he is currently based in Davis, California but has also lived for a number of years in Bolivia, Pakistan and India.)