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Stan Cox argues that localist movements fail because they treat a symptom of capitalism, the crippling of local communities, as if it’s the disease.
World War I began 100 years ago. Today’s ecosocialist movement has much to learn from the revolutionaries who campaigned to stop that catastrophe.
Some left critics of progressive governments in South America point to differences between ‘pro-extractivists’ and ‘anti-extractivists.’ Federico Fuentes says that framework hinders real understanding of the issues.
Ian’s Ecosocialist Notebook
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- Global warming stopped? Not in the real world.
- On environment, Sam Gindin gets it wrong
- Early warning 2: Commoner on global warming
- Early warning: Bookchin on global warming
- Fracking song, 2
- A terrifying diagnosis
- Population pulp fiction: A failed prophecy from 1970
- Conference to examine capital and climate change
- Population control group uses Earth Day to attack immigrants
- Quoting Bookchin
- Climate crisis: The rich don’t want solutions