The ISL’s Global Socio-environmental Forum has ended. With thousands participating in person and virtually from dozens of countries on five continents, the event was a great success. We share some images of the three panels of the second day.
Panel 4: There is no Planet B. Crisis of civilization, transition in dispute and socialist ecology
Mariano Rosa, Coordinator of the Ecosocialist Network, MST (Argentina), Omer Abdullah, organizer of the North Punjab Revolutionary Students Front (Bagh Kashmir, Pakistan), James Plested, Red Flag editor, Socialist Alternative member and environmental expert (Australia), and Renato Flores, Colectivo Cibercom (Spanish State).
Panel 5: Socio-environmental radiography of Africa. Imperialism and proposals from below
Joyce Wambui, Osaka Honyango and Ezra Otieno, Revolutionary Socialist League (Nairobi, Kenya).
Panel 6: Central America and Colombia from the communities. Corporations, common goods and anti-capitalist program
Ligia Arreaga, human rights and environmental activist (Panama); Fernando Benjumea, professor at the National University in Medellin (Colombia); Ariana McGuire, Alternativa Anticapitalista (Nicaragua).