Over the last several months, Alberta has killed more than 500 wolves, to conceal the impact of rapid industrial development on woodland caribou
Why, in the face of massive evidence that the constant expansion of production and resource-extraction is killing us, do governments and corporations keep shoveling coal for the runaway growth train? Ian Angus introduces Gareth Dale’s critique of the “the growth paradigm.”
Video: Marxist historian Eric Hobsbawmn interviewed on the BBC. Can capitalism change its stripes?
Video of Bella Bella residents’ welcome to the government’s pipeline review panel, and an eyewitness report on the protest and the regulators’ cowardly response.
Whatever the slipperiness of its meaning, usage, or connotation over time, liberalism is and has always been, at bottom, a defence of capitalism. If we are serious about addressing climate change, it is long past time to move forward beyond liberalism and beyond social democracy.
A new study shows that rapid Arctic warming exerts a growing influence on the weather far beyond the Arctic Circle raising the probability of long-duration extreme events for many years to come.
Members of the Lakota Nation in South Dakota have launched a 48-hour hunger strike against the Keystone and Gateway pipelines, in solidarity with the indigenous peoples of British Columbia
Firm resistance by Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug (KI) has forced the Ontario government to buy out mining leases, preventing another assault on Indigenous rights and lands
by John Bellamy Foster. The ever-growing conflict between ecology and capitalism reflects the startling degree to which profit-making has become the primary and most powerful connection between human beings and between human beings and nature.
Video: On March 24, mock corporate representatives erected an illegal occupation — and the NYPD forces that usually defend the interests of the 1% had to evict the “corporate polluters” from UN grounds
A valuable book that exposes the brutal devastation caused by mining companies and identifies the tycoons who benefit, the monsters in our midst.