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Naomi Klein
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Readers should recall that Klein suggests these two events are polar opposite responses to the threat of disaster that climate change represents. The students were striking because they are concerned about the future of the world they will inherit and angry at the politicians that are failing to protect that world. The Christchurch shooter was an eco-fascist angry that people of other ethnicities were seeking refuge in New Zealand as a result of climate change stressors. The students' actions were productive, whereas the shooter's actions were destructive.

How does Klein establish the connection between climate change and capitalism? How does she believe capitalism has caused and continues to worsen the present climate situation?

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