Long before today’s scientists accepted the idea, socialist-ecologist Barry Commoner argued that there had been a qualitative change in humanity’s relationship with nature in the years following World War II … and explained why it happened and what it means for our future.
Archive | June, 2014
‘Only we can save the source of life and society: Mother Earth. Our planet is under a death threat from predatory and insane capitalism. Another world is not only possible, it is indispensable, because otherwise, no world will be possible.’
Will we lose the climate endgame; Reality, risks and response to climate change; Climate change is violence; Leave Australian coal in the ground
BP’s ongoing threat to the Great Lakes; What happened in Lac Megantic; To stop climate change, stop capitalism; Michael Lowy on ecosocialism
Continuing the debate on extractivism in Latin America. Don Fitz says it highlights different views on what type of society we are working to build and how we plan to get there.
The movement to divest from fossil fuels is strong and growing. It’s time for the labor movement to join that process.
Least Developed Countries warn that if substantial progress isn’t made this year, the Paris climate meeting is likely to be another failure
Video: Jonathan Neale, author of Stop Global Warming: Change the World, explains what needs to be done to stop emissions — and why a socialist vision is the essential first step
50 years ago, Barry Commoner explained why rising levels of carbon dioxide in the air could lead to disaster
Bookchin got it right 50 years ago, long before anyone else noticed.
Climate and growth in Vietnam; Tar sands in Quebec; Obama’s emissions plan; Oil-by-rail on trial; Nuclear energy; Climate change and carbon trading
The debate continues: Is ‘Buen vivir’ an effective and just development alternative to mining and resource extraction industries in Latin America?