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AT THE HEART OF CLIMATE CHANGE IS POLITICS.

This maxim guides the mission of The Trouble. We do not see the crisis as a human error, a result of human irrationality or some other psychological defect. Rather, we contend that climate change is a fundamentally political phenomenon; that is, it is the result of power relations between people with opposing material and ideological interests.

Our aim is two-fold: to spark conversation about the political underpinnings of climate change, and to catalyze meaningful leftist climate action. The Trouble is for those who are deeply disturbed by climate change and its correlative injustices, committed to collective action, and interested in strategizing with others about how this can happen.
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“Buying a Patagonia jacket didn’t make me feel better, so I’m giving this a shot.”

Troublemaker
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“I’ve been blessed with fortune and rakish good looks—now I’m ready to make it (continue to) rain.” 

AT THE HEART OF CLIMATE CHANGE IS POLITICS.

This maxim guides the mission of The Trouble. We do not see the crisis as a human error, a result of human irrationality or some other psychological defect. Rather, we contend that climate change is a fundamentally political phenomenon; that is, it is the result of power relations between people with opposing material and ideological interests.

Our aim is two-fold: to spark conversation about the political underpinnings of climate change, and to catalyze meaningful leftist climate action. The Trouble is for those who are deeply disturbed by climate change and its correlative injustices, committed to collective action, and interested in strategizing with others about how this can happen.

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Tiers
True Proletarian
$2 or more per month

“I have anxiety about climate change, but I also have student loans.”

Emitter's Guilt
$5 or more per month

“Buying a Patagonia jacket didn’t make me feel better, so I’m giving this a shot.”

Troublemaker
$10 or more per month

“I’ve been blessed with fortune and rakish good looks—now I’m ready to make it (continue to) rain.”