Atilio Boron: “What has emerged in Latin American politics is more than a debate over development, growth or the environment; it is a profound controversy over the course of civilization itself.”
Archive | August, 2015
Militarized and profit-making approaches to climate emergencies and other crises pose a serious threat to environmental justice, civil rights and democracy
A call for mass action in Paris to declare our determination to stop crimate climes and keep fossil fuels in the ground.
Call for energy justice … 2015 is hotter than you think … Islamic climate change declaration … Against Deep Green Resistance … Anthropocene book review … Exporting crude oil … Racism and ‘speciesism’ … Climate change in Canadian election
Three new books by ecosocialist Derek Wall … The commons in history … The sustainable economics of Elinor Ostrom … Economics after capitalism
Well-written, but totally false, this fictional account of Lizzie Burns’s life with Friedrich Engels thoroughly misrepresents their revolutionary partnership.
Fred Magdoff reviews Labor and the Locavore. Can the ‘buy local food’ movement support both sustainable farming and justice for farmworkers?
A year ago, two of the UK’s top climate scientists reviewed the regulations that Obama has now promised to impose. They weren’t impressed …
Australia’s coal industry is propped up by huge government subsidies, despite the downturn in the global coal trade and a divestment campaign.