SOAPBOX is our environmental column by writer Mike Hembury.

The issue of the environment is one close our hearts here at The Wild Word, particularly in these political times where denial of climate change is a real and challenging enemy.  Mike Hembury’s SOAPBOX combines informed opinion with a sense of urgency, making it an essential read for all those who believe in protecting our planet.

Mike Hembury is an Anglo-Berliner originally from Portland, England.  He’s a writer, translator, musician, coder, sailor, environmentalist and guitar nerd in no particular order.  You can follow Mike on Twitter here: twitter.com/schnappz

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Mike Hembury on why the climate justice movement should support Black Lives Matter and the power of the general strike

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Mike Hembury on actively addressing the inequalities of today for a better tomorrow

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Mike Hembury on how these times have revealed our basic human needs and rights and the need now to fight for them

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Mike Hembury on how the global coronavirus crisis is highlighting the cruelty of capitalism and the need for change

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Mike Hembury on fighting the paralyzing fear of climate change and transforming it into action to save the planet.

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Mike Hembury on the need for planet-wide people power in the face of governmental inaction to climate change

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Mike Hembury on the spectacular fall of Extinction Rebellion co-founder Roger Hallam

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Mike Hembury on different responses to the climate crisis and why the time for a global Climate Strike is now

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Mike Hembury on seizing the day in the fight against climate change and the power of working collectively

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Mike Hembury on the devastation of climate breakdown and the growing rebellion to save the planet

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Mike Hembury on the inspiration of the student climate strikes and how we older generations need to follow

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