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In ‘Capital in the Twenty-First Century,’ Thomas Piketty says capitalism has avoided a Marxist apocalypse. This misrepresents Marxism, and ignores the ever-increasing degradation and destruction of life on Earth, and the looming threat of climate disaster.
Archbishop and Nobel Prize winner Desmond Tutu calls for international action against companies that are destroying our planet’s future.
Resistance to rapid industrialization and encroachment by poisonous industries has led to pitched battles between residents and police in many cities.
Simon Butler says Martin Empson’s ‘Land and Labour’ is a very readable Marxist history of humanity’s relationship with the rest of nature and an important contribution to the movement for ecosocialism
Ian’s Ecosocialist Notebook
- Quoting Bookchin
- Climate crisis: The rich don’t want solutions
- Ecosocialist online discussion group launched
- Ecosocialism Canada: A new activist resource
- Global inequality, illustrated, described, explained
- Pete Seeger, 1919-2014
- Doug Taylor, 1956-2014
- Toronto study group: Ecology and Socialism
- Haymarket has good news for ecosocialists
- Mystifying Marx
- Marxism, ecology and human history
- Breaking news! Lower income = lower consumption