Ecosocialist resources, April 2015

green socialistNote: This formerly occasional column will now be published monthly in Climate & Capitalism.

Ecosocialist Resources, published monthly in Climate & Capitalism, links to articles, reports, talks and videos that are relevant to our mission. 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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Experts warn of “cataclysmic” changes as planetary temperatures rise
Dahr Jamail, Truthout

The World Bank’s long war on peasants
Tanya Kerssen and Eric Holt-Giménez, Telesur

The world has reached peak plutocracy
Soren Ambrose, IPS News

Wind powers “green” growth in Kenya, but for whom?
Chris Williams, Truthout

Hollow Promises: An FPIC assessment of Golden Veroleum and Golden Agri-Resource’s palm oil project in south-eastern Liberia (pdf)
Forest Peoples Programme

The biggest source of plastic trash you’ve never heard of
Elizabeth Grossman, Ensia

Have we passed the point of no return on climate change?
EarthTalk. Scientific American

Reviving the ocean economy: The case for action – 2015 (pdf)
World Wildlife Federation

Reading I.F. Stone on Earth Day: Why we still won’t get anywhere unless we connect the dots
Naomi Klein, This Changes Everything

Extreme weather already on increase due to climate change, study finds
Karl Mathiesen, The Guardian

‘Extractivism’ debate continues: Beyond lithium (and other poisons)
Don Fitz, Links International Journal of Socialist Renewal

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