Climate justice activists have not yet found a path to transformational change. That can only emerge from the experiences of all working people here and worldwide, present and past.
Tag Archives | Umair Muhammad
Lifestyle change and ‘ethical consumerism’ are not bridges to effective social change, but barriers to it. To build effective social movements, we must begin by rejecting individualist approaches.
Book Review: Elizabeth Kolbert’s best-selling account of mass extinctions blames human nature, ignoring the crucial role of capitalism’s relentless search for growth and accumulation.
The class politics of pipeline resistance; Environmentalists must stop ignoring the needs of poor nations when combating global warming; Tar sands, trade rules and the gutting of human rights for corporate; Communal lands – Theater of operations for the counterinsurgency
Protests, marches and direct actions are vitally important, but to win our goals we need to build mass, democratic political organizations
Ian Angus reviews an essential book, written by an activist for activists, a practical contribution to building real struggles for a better world. “Confronting Injustice is a powerful call for collective action against the social causes of poverty and climate change.”