“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.”
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.
Clive Hamilton sums up four misinterpretations that minimize the threat that the Anthropocene poses to humanity and the Earth
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Biased ‘news’ coverage of wildlife and the Ebola crisis illustrates the worst prejudices of modern American journalism on the subject of Africa.
A powerful and effective (and true and funny) protest song for our time
Highly recommended reading: Two articles on the contradictions between growing food to meet essential human needs and growing food to produce profit
Green Party International Coordinator recommends books for candidates
When it comes to explaining destructive growth, many green writers confuse cause and effect
In referendum, 74% of Swiss voters reject eco-nationalist call for immigration limits and third world population control
“A remarkably well-documented book that debunks this overpopulation myth.” —Serge Mongeau’s preface to Une planète trop peuplée?, in English and French
These Climate & Capitalism articles, both new and old, attracted the most readers in 2014 …
Behold, the efficiency of capitalism …
Choice, not control: Global aid organization says environmentally-motivated birth control programs undermine women’s rights, and don’t protect the earth
Are the authors of ‘This Changes Everything’ and ‘Marx’s Ecology’ undermining the fight for radical social and environmental change?
The definitive ecosocialist response to overpopulation myths is now available in a French-language edition.
Ian Angus reviews two very different books on the life of Karl Marx’s closest collaborator
Radicals who attack Klein’s book ‘from the left’ just expose their political irrelevance
My explanation of the origin of an important revolutionary slogan has been widely accepted.