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 the failure of Cop26 and the next real steps needed to avoid climate catastrophe

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Mike Hembury on building on the learnings of past protests and planning for a planet-wide strike

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Mike Hembury on the urgent action needed by us all to fight the climate crisis

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Mike Hembury on the moral imperative for a coordinated global response to the pandemic

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Mike Hembury on a future beyond the system and how resistance is hope

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Mike Hembury on optimism entering 2021 and defending democracy by demanding democracy

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Mike Hembury on how America’s left must now take this moment to cement a plan for radical change

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Mike Hembury on Halloween 2020 with the US election and labor mobilization to defend democracy

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Mike Hembury on America’s downspiral as a warning to the world and the power of mass protest

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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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