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The Green New Deal depends on continued growth. Our focus must be on finding ways to decrease production while increasing humanity’s quality of life
Ian Angus says ‘environmental catastrophism’ is a red herring. The real issue is whether socialists should give high priority to resisting capitalism’s war on the planet.
Long before today’s scientists accepted the idea, socialist-ecologist Barry Commoner argued that there had been a qualitative change in humanity’s relationship with nature in the years following World War II … and explained why it happened and what it means for our future.
Ian’s Ecosocialist Notebook
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- 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
- Ecosocialist online discussion group launched