Activist Naomi Klein talks with “Democracy Now!” about the Leap Manifesto, a plan to transition away from fossil fuels to a 100 percent clean economy by the middle of the century.
Inspired by journalist Naomi Klein’s best-selling book, "This Changes Everything," a new documentary of the same name re-imagines the vast challenge of climate change. The film, which opens Friday, profiles communities on the front lines of the climate justice movement—from Montana’s Powder River Basin to the Alberta tar sands, from the coast of South India to Beijing and beyond.
Check out the latest "Fault Lines" episode, in which Avi Lewis travels Bolivia to talk about climate change, climate debt and the current environmental movements in the global south that challenge our perceptions about climate and development.
Check out this new "Fault Lines" video in which Avi Lewis examines the lives of Americans who are jobless or underemployed -- a number approaching 30 million.
On the most recent episode of Avi Lewis' "Fault Lines," Princeton professor Cornel West talks race, class, foreign policy, the global recession, and the current political pressure that is being put upon Barack Obama.
This week on Al Jazeera's "Fault Lines," Avi Lewis investigates the political causes, the human impact and the global economic repercussions of California's budgetary crisis. Check out this great report, which features Truthdig's own Robert Scheer.
Across Europe and even in the U.S., a new wave of direct action to “rebuild the economy from the ground up” is rising. Some workers are responding to layoffs and workplace shutdowns by ousting their bosses and seeking to run things their own way. Naomi Klein and Avi Lewis report on the state of worker-control movements today in light of the current economic crisis.
Washington's role in Mexico's drug war, from the $400 million in annual military aid to the U.S. security contractors teaching torture techniques to Mexican police, is often ill-reported in the mainstream media. Canadian journalist Avi Lewis and the "Inside USA" television crew look critically into the conflict that has killed 1,800 people so far this year alone.