Ecosocialist resources, 69

Ecosocialist Resources, published at irregular intervals in Climate & Capitalism, links to articles, reports, talks and videos that are relevant to our mission and goals. Inclusion of a link does not imply endorsement, or that we agree with everything (or even anything!) the item says. If you read or write an article that might be appropriate for this column, please post your suggestion in the Climate and Capitalism Facebook group.

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Largest anti-fracking demonstration in U.S. history (pdf)
Photo essay on the ‘March for Real Climate Leadership’ in Oakland, California on February 7 2015
Climate Justice Project

Environmental Justice, the Tar Sands, and Indigenous Rights
Video of a meeting in Toronto, February 1, with speakers Keith Stewart (Greenpeace), Heather Milton-Lightening (Indigenous Tar Sands Campaign) and Lana Goldberg (No Line 9 Coalition).
Moderated by Greg Albo
Socialist Project

Corporate land grab: a neoliberal menace in Pakistan (pdf)
The global rush for farmland is pushing farmers onto smaller and smaller plots of land – threatening both rural livelihoods and overall food sovereignty. This paper exposes the vast corporate takeover of fertile farmland in Pakistan.
Peoples Common Struggle Center, Pakistan

Licensed to grab: How international investment rules undermine agrarian justice (pdf)
By granting foreign investors far-reaching rights and excessive protection, the rules of international investment law hinder the struggle for land and food sovereignty, including efforts to roll back land grabbing.
Transnational Institute Briefing

Why climate scientists are right about how hot the planet is going to get
Climate science deniers often challenge the IPCC’s estimate of how much warming will occur for a given increase in CO2 levels. New evidence confirms that the actual scientists got it right.
Puneet Kollipara
Washington Post

Posted in Climate Change, Ecosoc resources, Fracking, Indigenous, Land grabbing, Science, Tar Sands
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