Ecosocialist Notebook

Top 25 articles in the 'new' Climate and Capitalism'

These are the 25 most-read articles in Climate and Capitalism, in the three months since we launched our new website in cooperation with  Monthly Review.

  1. Video: One million climate jobs now!
  2. The four laws of ecology and the four anti-ecological laws of capitalism
  3. The Facts About the Alberta Tar Sands
  4. ‘Deep Green Resistance’ – How not to build a movement
  5. If growth is the problem, why hasn’t it been stopped?
  6. What’s Wrong with a 30-Hour Work Week?
  7. ‘When civilizations start to die they go insane’
  8. Saving resources and the environment: A modest proposal
  9. Stephen Harper as captain of the Titanic …
  10. Eric Hobsbawm: The myth of “responsible capitalism”
  11. On the origins of green liberalism
  12. Green energy won’t save the earth without social change
  13. Can capitalism survive the end of growth?
  14. Liberalism and climate change: A remedial assessment
  15. The UN’s ‘Green Economy’ plan is a destructive illusion
  16. An appeal to some supporters of women’s rights: Please stop promoting the 7 Billion scare
  17. Why ‘living simply’ isn’t the answer
  18. Murray Bookchin: Anthropocentrism versus biocentrism – a false dichotomy
  19. The Myth of the Tragedy of the Commons
  20. Africa: Why The Richest Continent Is Also The Poorest
  21. India exports food while millions starve
  22. Paulo Freire: The ‘generosity’ of the oppressors is nourished by death, despair, and poverty
  23. Canada’s tar sands: The true cost of dirty oil
  24. Ocean damage from climate change will cost $2 trillion a year
  25. Growth and Consumerism: Nature or Nurture?

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Ian

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Jamil Jonna
4 years 3 months ago

I also really the turn of phrase used by Beck Clausen and Stefano Longo in this more recent article: The Tragedy of the Commodity:The Overexploitation of the Mediterranean Bluefin Tuna Fishery. http://oae.sagepub.com/content/24/3/312.abstract

Jeff_White
4 years 3 months ago

Nice to see the perennial “bestseller”, The Myth of the Tragedy of the Commons, is still making the list (#19)!

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