Every week or so, I publish a round-up of recent articles, reports, and talks that are relevant to Climate & Capitalism‘s ecosocialist mission. For quite a while, this feature was called “Weekend Reading” — but I don’t always want to wait for the weekend, and sometimes when the weekend arrives I don’t have anything to recommend.
So I changed the title to “Ecosocialist reading list” — but some people thought that meant these are readings about ecosocialism, which some are, but many aren’t. Someday I will compile an actual reading list on ecosocialism, and I don’t want people to be confused.
So now I’ve changed the heading on all of them, to a title I used long ago for a different column … Ecosocialist resources. I think/hope that’s clearer.
And here are this week’s selections …
Seed Giants vs. U.S. farmers (pdf)
Center for Food Safety and Save Our Seeds
Striking it Richer: The evolution of top incomes in the United States (pdf)
Backgrounder: Climate impacts from the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline (pdf)
Natural Resources Defense Council
Day of the people: Gracchus Babeuf and the communist idea
Doug Enaa Greene
Links International Journal of Socialist Renewal
For links to all past Ecosocialist resources columns, click here.
And if you read (or write) an article that might be appropriate for a future list, please post your suggestion in the Climate and Capitalism Facebook group.