The environmental crisis forces us to question the way our societies are built. Within that crisis are multiple crises in one, and untangling all of them can often feel overwhelming.
'the discourse' has nothing to do with reality.
This is the constant in Lebanese politics: scapegoating refugees.
Another look into the October 2019 uprising in Lebanon, from a published book chapter.
This article is an invitation to explore the links between the movement to stop the Bisri Dam project, a proposed project in the Bisri Valley located in Mount Lebanon, and the wider importance of integrating an environmental and social justice perspective to our understanding of modern Lebanese politics.
A long conversation on identity, trauma, history and the protracted now.