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socialismartnature: A system based on the exploitation of people and things (i.e., capitalism) is incapable of solving the environmental crisis. A capitalist would sooner find a way to make money off of “End of the World” merchandise than relinquish even a fraction of their money or power in order to actually prevent the world from ending …