“Conventional people are roused to fury by departures from convention, largely because they regard such departures as a criticism of themselves.” -Bertrand Russell
Part of the price one pays for being an editor is having to read occasional letters from crackpots.
Gas or bitumen or … (oops!)
Participants in the July 2012 national conference of the Australian youth organization Resistance explain what socialism means to them
Essential reading on Indigenous Peoples’ front-line struggles for the defense of Mother Earth
Journalist Laura Kaminker posts an independent summary of our arguments against populationism
How Canada’s Environment Minister earns his $230,000 salary
A Marxist science fiction writer on how we feel about the art we like or dislike, and how that relates to politics
Michael Perelman says Thorstein Veblen has become more relevant than ever.
This wonderful song by U.S. singer/songwriter David Rovics has been running through my head
An appeal for support to “Bookchin on Bookchin,” a documentary on the life and ideas of a legendary political thinker, philosopher, anarchist and environmental activist.
There are definitely too many other people.
When Enbridge threatened to cancel a $5 million advertising campaign, the Vancouver Province immediately removed this satire from its website.
In 1896, this artist got it exactly right
World Bank and G20 megaprojects provide cheap power to giant corporations, bypassing the poor.
Che Guevara, 1960: When asked whether or not we are Marxists, our position is the same as that of a physicist, when asked if he is a “Newtonian” or of a biologist when asked if he is a “Pasteurian.”
WWF and Greenpeace think the European Union’s failed Emissions Trading System can be repaired. That would be fixing the unfixable.
I like the redesigned Climate & Capitalism a lot, but it has had one drawback. It’s great for publishing essays, news and statements, but …
These are the 25 most-read articles in Climate and Capitalism, in the three months since we launched our new website in cooperation with Monthly Review.
Cartoon from Le Devoir …