The high point of Left electoral success represented by Corbynism, the Sanders campaign, Mélenchon and others seems to have passed. Meanwhile, the climate and broader ecological crises intensify and much of the mobilisation around these issues – from XR to the school climate strikes to Just Stop Oil – originates outside of the conventional Left. How should the Left engage with the climate movement, and vice versa, at a time when the cost-of-living crisis and the largest wave of strikes for 30 years are also urgent priorities?
Asad Rehman, Director War on Want
Feyzi Ismail, Lecturer in Global Policy and Activism – Goldsmiths, University of London
Robin Wells, director of Fossil Free London, a grassroots climate organisation