Noam Chomsky on Why We Must Pay Attention to the Environment.

“…the interest of the general population is to preserve human life; the interest of corporations is to make profits – those are fundamentally different interests.”

In a series of discussions that took place in Rowe, Massachusetts in early 1989, Noam Chomsky, the great linguist and political dissident, was asked whether he thinks there are “any developments over the past few decades that are new on the international scene, which people should be aware of as we analyze things that are taking place in the world.”

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