A former leader of the National People’s Congress says industrial civilization has come to a dead end and an ecological civilization is needed
Archive | March, 2013
World Social Forum participants urge broad unity in a global campaign to stave off catastrophic climate change
Ian Angus responds to a new book that says campaigns against environmental crises promote apathy and strengthen the right.
We are in a fight for the survival of all humanity. To change the system we need to recover our ability to dream.
Book review: Essential reading on the battle to protect west coast land and water from predatory corporations and neoconservative politicians
Don Fitz: “Rather than being dismissive toward ongoing struggles against growth, socialists should enthusiastically participate and point to their anti-capitalist essence.”
For an activist feminist movement; Critique of an ecosocialist manifesto; Life after oil and gas; Two years after Fukushima; Global warming is speeding up
If Marxism is to live up to its own maxim as a theory to not merely interpret the world but to change it, then it must include strong ecological theory and practice.
Global temperatures are rising faster than at any time in 11,000 years
Aboriginal groups will block pipelines; Can climate change be reversed?; Chomsky: capitalism vs civilization; Two souls of socialism; Global food policy report
If they can’t get it to a news conference, how will it protect the coast from oil?
We know it will take a lot more to defeat Harper and the corporate agenda. But against the power of their money and weapons, we have the power of our bodies and spirits.
A liberal movie, not a radical one
The formation of the Réseau écosocialiste, an achievement for Québec solidaire, is part of the process of unifying the political left in Quebec
Book Review: A compelling contribution to our understanding of the challenges facing Latin America’s ‘pink tide’
A Marxist analysis of farming today, from landless peasant movements to corporate agribusiness
Ian Angus and Simon Butler reply to a critic who says their opposition to population control puts them in the anti-environment, pro-corporate camp.
For a more collaborative left that can grow into something powerful enough to push the climate justice movement toward revolutionary conclusions.
A powerful film indicts an industry run by liars
Chavez wasted Venezuela’s money on healthcare when he could have built gigantic skyscrapers