Plans claiming to implement “radical” climate action generally mean that their actions—widespread electrification, renewable energy production, and other green technologies—are more directly related to reducing carbon emissions than blatant capitalist schemes like carbon trading. But describing a “radical” relationship between carbon emissions and technology limits the potential scope towards an analysis of technology and capitalism. Changing the energy source or production technology still does not change the fundamental causes of climate change: ever-increasing energy and material consumption, fueled by ongoing colonialism and capitalism. Because they leave the roots in place, these superficial solutions—even and especially when implemented at a large scale—allow consumption and extractivism practices to morph, with unknown rebound environmental effects. We agree that we need radical change--but by that we mean tearing out the colonial capitalist foundations of climate change via land back and abolition.