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Geo-Engineering and Consequences of Global Warming



Slavoj Zizek

Fora TV

Posted: Apr 21, 2011


On April 4th, 2011 philosopher Slavoj Zizek spoke in New York City on “The Situation Is Catastrophic, but Not Serious.” This is our attitude towards the ongoing crisis: we are aware of the looming (ecological, social) catastrophes, but we somehow don’t take them seriously. What ideology sustains such an attitude?

In the seventh segment he asserts that we need to embrace geo-engineering as a global responsibility.


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