More recommended reading for ecosocialists and other greens and lefts. As always, inclusion in this list does not mean that I agree with everything the article or report says.
Ecosocialism as a human phenomenon
Class polarization and ecological destrucion are faces of a much deeper crisis, an estrangement from nature stemming back to the origins of civilization, which has now reached global proportions
Just 90 companies caused two-thirds of man-made global warming emissions
Chevron, Exxon and BP among companies most responsible for climate change since dawn of industrial age, figures show
Nature bites back in the Philippines
Super-storm Haiyan, which left trail of death and destruction in the Phillipines has no parallel in the country’s history. As climate change begins to take on dangerous proportions, such extremes will be more common
Down to Earth
Greening capitalism? A marxist critique of carbon markets
The institutionalization of carbon markets is the most recent expression of ongoing trends of ecological commodification and expropriation
Carbon emissions on tragic trajectory
Global CO2 emissions are projected to rise 2.1 percent higher than 2012, the previous record high, according to a new report released Tuesday by the Global Carbon Project.
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