Over the last 40 years, the world has lost more than fifty percent of its wildlife population.
The amount of carbon dioxide has exceeded the critical 400 ppm limit and emissions continue to rise.
The oceans now contain only 10 percent of the original mass of fish.
Capitalism creates an elite of a few super-rich, while ever larger masses of people are impoverished.
We must take the situation seriously, unite old movements, create new movements and devise new strategies to counter the destruction of our world and rising social inequality with decisive resistance.
Time is short. Environmental and social justice movements must move from the defensive to the offensive if we want to leave our children and grandchildren an earth on which life is still possible.