The Council on Foreign Relations is probably the most important capitalist policy planning institution in the United States, and it has served in that role since pre-World War II. Among other issues, the Council is now considering the realities of climate change with an eye to their effect on finance capital and their neoliberal geopolitical world order.
Larry Shoup will make a short presentation with a focus on the Council and its evolving perspective on climate change during the past several decades, followed by discussion. Larry has just completed his second book on the Council on Foreign Relations, which will be published next year.
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