Refinery workers strike and class struggle environmentalism … Fossil fuel divestment … Kenyan government aims to dispossess Maasai … Small farmers versus big agriculture
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Why capitalism must grow; The cost of climate change; Banks invest $80 billion into coal; Major aquifers in trouble; Global wealth inequality gets much worse
A People’s Climate March organizer reflects on the march’s successes and missed opportunities, and sees a movement on the verge of a new beginning.
The Harper government is closing libraries, trashing documents and firing thousands of scientists — while handing out billions to oil companies
The Anthropocene epoch requires us to rage against the few anthropods who are making a killing off of the extraction and burning of fossil fuels at the expense of the human race.
Obama proposes a vast expansion of fracking on public and tribal lands — under rules written by the drilling industry
Peter Rugh on struggles in NYC after Sandy … Marxist Critique of Carbon Markets … David Adam on Marx & Bakunin … NPR on food waste … Michael Klare on the World Energy Report
Hurricane Sandy and the suffering it has caused are intimately related to the business that the dark towers of Lower Manhattan symbolize. In the hardest hit areas, Occupy activists are organizing grassroots relief efforts
Campaign urging direct action against hydraulic-fracturing wins broad support; thousands of fracktivists march in state capital