The sea-level rise of 10 to 16 feet will come in decades, rather than centuries. It will submerge nearly every port city in the world.
Archive | May, 2014
‘My Water’s On Fire Tonight’ is a product of Studio 20 NYU, in collaboration with Pro Publica: Journalism in the Public Interest.
Environmentalists who oppose ‘extractivism’ on principle are oversimplifying the complex issues faced by the peoples and governments of Latin America today
Over 300 miners have been killed by a system that values fossil fuels and profits above the lives of those who are paid poverty-level wages to dig for coal
What’s ailing the earth?
Ian Angus replies to Anders Ekeland: Ecosocialists must understand and build on James Hansen’s entire program, not reduce it to a single policy that isn’t suitable for building mass movements.
Jonathan Neale says climate change isn’t just a moral issue, it’s a matter of life and death … and socialists can play an important role in stopping it.
The global food crisis is tightly connected to poverty, climate change, ecological destruction, migrant workers, imperialism, health and the super-exploitation of workers.
From the archives: A socialist review of a 1970 novel that predicted an overpopulation apocalypse in two decades
Has the left been unduly critical of carbon taxes as a means of reducing greenhouse gas emissions? Is James Hansen’s “fee and dividend” scheme the kind of practical and concrete plan we should endorse and promote?
Video from Australia: Socialist Alliance member Gemma Weedall speaking at the Marxism 2014 conference.
Call For Papers: Climate change stream at the Eleventh London Historical Materialism Conference, November 2014
Global warming is driving us towards a precipice, but capitalism just keeps on with business as usual. Why won’t our rulers slam on the brakes?