A huge elephant in the room was the failure to even consider tackling the fossil fuel-powered war industry’s part in this crisis.
Author: Joe Murray
Joe Murray is the coordinator with Afri – Action from Ireland, a national and independent Irish organization working for human rights, global justice and environmental action since 1975. An activist with Afri for 21 years, Mr Murray played a prominent role in anti-apartheid demonstrations in the 1980s, including actions supporting the 1984 Dunne's Stores strike. Afri’s patron is the Nobel peace laureate Archbishop Desmond Tutu. Joe Murray has been recognized in the past with an unsung hero award from Desmond Tutu and a humanitarian award from the Dalai Lama.