This book may well change everything, not because it gets everything right, but because it helps us move forward … more grounded, more savvy and more hopeful
Archive | November, 2014
Ian Angus reviews two very different books on the life of Karl Marx’s closest collaborator
Quebec vs tar sands; Systemic roots of ebola; Class interests in economics; SPGB vs ecosocialism; Naomi Klein and extractivism; Trends in Third world debt
Danny Dorling’s new book demonstrates the harm done to the whole of society by rising inequality
Socialists can’t just criticize neoliberal and liberal responses. We must actively support and build the movements that are confronting the climate crisis
Radicals who attack Klein’s book ‘from the left’ just expose their political irrelevance
My explanation of the origin of an important revolutionary slogan has been widely accepted.
Video: Ian Angus argues for a movement based on socialist and ecological principles, to save humanity and the rest of nature from capitalist ecocide.
Global governments spend more than double what energy companies invest to find new regions for oil and gas drilling, despite climate change risks, report finds
More women died in India this week, the latest victims of official government population control programs.
Class conscious blues, from the wonderful New Orleans blues musician Mem Shannon.
Centuries of imperialist plunder created the horrendous environmental and economic devastation that has made the Ebola epidemic possible.
Belgian ecosocialist Daniel Tanuro says the latest IPCC report has sounded an alarm that we must not ignore. Only radical change can avert climate disaster.
In the 1920s, the Soviet Union led the world in environmental protection and ecological science. That experience, and its tragic reversal, has important lessons for ecosocialists today.
Eighteen key conclusions from the summary report issued this week by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
Breaking the power of the fossil fuel industry won’t be easy, especially since it has to happen fast. But, thanks to the IPCC, no one will ever be able to say they weren’t warned.
Why capitalism must grow; The cost of climate change; Banks invest $80 billion into coal; Major aquifers in trouble; Global wealth inequality gets much worse