Pablo Solon and Walden Bello: The biggest polluters don’t want a climate agreement. Their public disagreements mask a common desire to continue destructive policies at home and around the world.
“We will continue mobilized in unity and struggle and, in combat against our common enemy, we will build a country and a society that is just, compassionate, and sustainable.”
Occupy and labor unions … Left and labour in Canada … Climate change scorches U.S. … Food prices at record levels … Dutch Socialist Party … Ecuador’s revolutionary Yasuni model … Ingo Stützle on David Graeber’s “Debt” … Dark side of green economy
How can you tell when tars sands pipeline promoters are lying?
Congratulations to Derek Wall
Yes it’s possible … if we do agriculture right
Arctic sea ice and Greenland’s glaciers are melting far faster than predicted, posing a near-term danger of sea level rises and massive release of methane.
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Nuclear reactors in the tar sands … Greenwashing apartheid … Meteorologists on global warming … Capitalism and ‘guest workers’ … Commons as alternative … Two critical reviews of David Graeber’s “Debt: The First 5,000 Years”
Activists outraged as Environmental Defense Fund takes $6 million from Bloomberg to shill for the gas industry
Campaign urging direct action against hydraulic-fracturing wins broad support; thousands of fracktivists march in state capital
Hunger and malnutrition are man-made, hardwired in the design of industrial and chemical agriculture. But healthy and nutritious food for all can also be designed, through food democracy.