To respond to the climate emergency, our politics must be as radical as our reality.
“We need a much broader definition of violence than is allowed for by limiting its meaning to a physical and immediate brutal act of aggression, and one that includes an environmental dimension. “
Video of talks and discussion at a public forum on “Strategies to Stop Climate Change” hosted by the Vancouver Ecosocialist Group, in Vancouver, BC, on December 3
Replying to a critique in Monthly Review, Eddie Yuen says Ian Angus “misses my central problematic of politicization.” Angus says Yuen’s response displays “the most debilitating of common leftist neuroses.”
At the climate talks in Warsaw, rich countries stalled, poor countries walked out, and climate justice activists chanted ‘The Philippines, Pakistan, New Orleans: Change the System, Not the Climate.’
Monthly Review replies to Christian Parenti: Realistic climate politics are not reformist politics. Immediate reforms are needed, but there will be no real solution without truly revolutionary social change.
The Anthropocene epoch requires us to rage against the few anthropods who are making a killing off of the extraction and burning of fossil fuels at the expense of the human race.
As continents burn and extreme weather accelerates, three of the world’s richest countries are leading the fight to do nothing about greenhouse gas emissions
A new report shows why an energy revolution is needed, and identifies the powerful forces that stand in the way.
EXCLUSIVE: Climate and Capitalism is proud to republish a long unavailable pamphlet that introduced the coming together of greens and reds in comic strip form, in 1980.
Filipino socialists respond to Typhoon Haiyen disaster: To save lives, redistribute food now! To prevent future catastrophes, stop economic and environmental plunder!
If we are not talking about massive public investments in green technology and social services then we are not really talking about responding to the climate emergency.
Ian Angus reviews ‘Recovering Bookchin’ — An important book on the anarchist environmentalist that redeems his reputation and provides an invaluable overview of the political project he called social ecology.
Oil giant Chevron is using its colossal wealth to destroy anyone who dares speak out against its destruction of people and land in Ecuador.
Why the fight against ‘hydraulic fracturing’ for natural gas has become a key focus of environmental protests in Britain
Industry-funded research at one of Canada’s largest universities has been used to cover up the overwhelming scientific evidence that asbestos is deadly
Marine scientists say the health of the oceans is in crisis. A ‘deadly trio’ of emission impacts may have already initiated a mass extinction event, a mass die-off of species and catastrophic loss of biodiversity.
Green Left activist Sean Thompson says ecosocialists should leave the rightward-moving Green Party, and join the effort to build a new political party of the left in Britain.
Interview: How laborers, sharecroppers, and tenant farmers have united to block construction of the giant El Quimbo Dam, a multinational project that would destroy the homes and livelihoods of hundreds of peasant families in southern Colombia.
Artificial demand for biofuels is undermining the right to food, causing significant increases in food insecurity, malnutrition, and land-grabbing. European and North American governments must end policies that undermine food by promoting biofuels