Faith, Nature & the Climate Crisis: An Evaluation

By Fazlun Khalid
December 9, 2021

BIRMINGHAM, UK (IDN) — As the post-colonial world emerged in the middle of the last century it left in its wake a host of dismembered traditional societies which for millennia had faith as their anchor and embraced the natural world as the source of life.

The transition to the new world order was in a sense seamless as the ruling powers offloaded their territories creating secular nation-states in their own image. The emerging states were left with institutions defined by the departing powers the most important of which was the central bank whose ability to create money out of thin air sustained the model with debt.

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