Co-operatives Need to Confront Climate Chaos

Farmelo, Sean
August 2015
Grassroots Economic Organizing Newsletter;Aug2015, p1
The article explains strategies by which the cooperative movement can support organizations in their effort to stop the Big Six Energy Companies which allegedly burn fossil fuels for profit and use the cover of rising oil prices to grossly inflate their prices.


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