What can those individuals, groups and organisations on the ‘the left’ or the ‘progressive’ side of politics do to bring an end to global corporate rule?
Faced with a highly organised, well-funded and strategically savvy band of ultra conservatives – those who have planned the corporate takeover of the globe - how do we set about creating a unified movement capable of bringing about fundamental and lasting change?
We need a movement that challenges corporate power, and speaks more broadly and effectively to the disenfranchised about the possibility of a more peaceful, sustainable and equitable future? Given the rise of ultra-conservatism, the consolidated power of multinational corporations, and the threat to our very existence, the challenges we face have never been greater.
Jeremy holds degrees in literature and law, and for the last 25 years has been an environmental activist. This has included work in North Queensland on coastal development, the Great Barrier Reef, sugar cane expansion, industrial development, threatened species, climate change and mining. Jeremy has also worked for both the Democrats and the Greens as an environment advisor and more recently for Greenpeace on GMO issues and as head of their political unit. Jeremy now works for Friends of the Earth Emerging Tech project, which focusses on nanotechnology, synthetic biology and geoengineering.