Naomi Klein and Cardinal Peter Turkson are set to head a prominent climate change conference at the Vatican.
Archive | June, 2015
Anthropocene and the Global Environmental Crisis … Why We Can’t Afford the Rich … Big World, Small Planet … Unprecedented … Collision Course … Molecular Red
The G7 ‘plan’ is an excuse to keep pumping oil while relying on hypothetical, unproven or nonexistent technologies to save us
“The human environment and the natural environment deteriorate together; we cannot adequately combat environmental degradation unless we attend to causes related to human and social degradation.”
The G7 Summit set a political trap for climate activists — and some NGOs fell right in, declaring a victory that didn’t happen.
Book review: “Economic expansion is unavoidable under capitalism, and destruction of the planet is the inexorable result.”
Participants in this graduate seminar “were united in expressing surprise at just how prescient Marx’s observations regarding human-environment relations were.”
What does it take to stop a transnational corporate giant in its tracks when it threatens workers, farmers and communities? The people of Arequipa, Peru have an answer.
Largest French daily in Switzerland praises ‘Une planète trop peuplée’ by Ian Angus and Simon Butler
A forgotten comment by a noted Marxist, on our collective responsibility to preserve natural wealth so that future generations can survive and flower.
New scientific analysis shows that the rate of global warming has continued without pause. The ‘hiatus’ simply didn’t happen.
Clive Hamilton sums up four misinterpretations that minimize the threat that the Anthropocene poses to humanity and the Earth