Aidan Regan: In a world of carbon inequality, the biggest challenge is to develop a working-class climate politics
If our climate politics focuses on taxation rather than investment to generate the public financing conditions for behavioural change, then we can expect nothing less than a Le Pen-style backlash
The French presidential election has once again highlighted the deep social divide that exists within western Europe, as the liberal centrist Emmanuel Macron prepares, yet again, to face off against the far-right Marine Le Pen in a run-off vote on April 24.
The far-right are increasingly anchored in the older and traditional urban and rural working class, whereas the left and liberal-right are anchored in the new and younger professional salaried middle class. Climate politics ...