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Worlds End

A comic illustrating effects of climate change on our society, and the hope in the struggle for a better world. 
Produced by the Mycelium Collective, drawn by Inky Mollusc, hpublished by Corporate Watch 2019

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A comic illustrating effects of climate change on our society, and the hope in the struggle for a better world. 

Doom, despair, denial, depression, IT’S THE END OF THE WORLD!!!!

These are common reactions when people learn about the reality of climate change.

Similarly, sometimes when people think about capitalism it can seem as though nothing can be done to change it, that it’s too big, too strong, that maybe that’s just the way the world is.

But things change, worlds end. New ones begin…

Part of what prevents action on these big issues is the way people tend to talk, think and feel about them. Using words and pictures, this new comic aims to help people understand climate change and capitalism and encourage a different approach, one that builds power to fight them.

Produced by the Mycelium Collective, drawn by Inky Mollusc, hpublished by Corporate Watch 2019
Corporatewatch.org/worlds-end

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