Canada’s government is deliberately promoting policies that will kill over 100 million people by 2030. When will these criminals be called to account?
Archive | November, 2012
Peter Rugh on struggles in NYC after Sandy … Marxist Critique of Carbon Markets … David Adam on Marx & Bakunin … NPR on food waste … Michael Klare on the World Energy Report
Study shows once again that the IPCC is far from alarmist, but in fact has under-estimated the problem of climate change
New European Union report says “economically lagging regions are also the most vulnerable to climate change.” Translation: Even in a rich continent, the poor will suffer most.
The World Bank, which says emissions must be cut quickly to prevent catastrophic global warming, is a major investor in fossil fuel projects that are turning the heat up.
When the handmaidens of the 1% meet, don’t expect progressive results
Are fish ‘obsessed’ with water?
The countries most responsible for climate change have broken their promises to help the poorest countries cope with it
A government study of tar sands corrosion ignores real pipeline conditions
Patrick Bond on sub-imperialism … UN on emissions gap … World Bank on 4 degrees … ProPublica on U.S. pipeline safety … Anti-Capitalists on capitalist realism … Age UK on cold and the aging
Teach-in delivers a clear grass roots message: there is now a strong basis for organizing education and broad collective action to stop Enbridge from piping tar sands oil across southern Ontario.
The cynical thoughts of an ecovandal
Simon Butler tells a populationist meeting that the super-rich are the real ecological vandals
Since the beginning of 2011, over 2.7 million acres have been rescued from large landowners and redistributed to small farmers or turned into cooperatives
An important new book examines what went wrong with 20th Century socialism, why it went wrong, and how we could avoid repeating the same mistakes in the future.
West Coast fishermen are calling for a boycott of the world’s biggest retailer, which in one year put over $71 million into plans to privatize fisheries for the benefit of giant corporations
Women working in the Canadian automotive plastics industry are almost five times as likely to develop breast cancer as women working elsewhere
Land grabbing … Agroecology and peasant seeds … Diabetes and climate change … Germany’s nuclear phase-out … Fracking fraud
Translating climate science into music
After repeatedly failing to overturn the $19 billion judgment for destroying rain forest, Chevron is now trying to hide its vast wealth in international subsidiaries.