The latest issue of Canada’s most widely read magazine of the left focuses on the “rising tide of ecosocialism”
From the Canadian Dimension website:
The division within the environmental movement between market ecologism and ecosocialism has become increasingly clear with the failure of Copenhagen and the promise of Cochabamba. This issue of CD focuses on the rising tide of ecosocialism. We feature an exclusive interview with ecosocialist founder Joel Kovel; the CD panel at the Peoples’ Summit on building the ecosocialist movement; a first-hand report on the historic Cochabamba meetings by collective member Terisa Turner; Ian Angus’s up to date account of the world-wide ecosocialist movement; Andrea Levy’s critique of climate change deniers on the Left; Cy Gonick’s introduction to ecosocialism as a system of thought; and Leigh Brownhill’s article on food sovereignty.
Articles in the September-October issue include:
- CD Editorial Collective: Once More Around the Bloc: Tactics, Democracy, and Mass Politics
- Barbara Legault and Jody Proctor: Sexism and Assault in “Torontonamo” Jails Brings More Shame to G20
- Terisa E. Turner: From Cochabamba: A World Movement of Social Movements to End Climate Chaos by Ending Capitalism
- Interview with Joel Kovel: Ecosocialism as Holistic Earth Care: Redefining Our Role as Environmental Agents
- Ian Angus: What’s Next for Ecosocialists?
- Andrea Levy: Burn, Baby, Burn! Climate Change Sceptics on the Left
- Cy Gonick, Nick DeCarlo, Terisa Turner and Clayton Thomas-Muller: Finding a Movement in the Second Contradiction: A People’s Summit Panel Discussion
- Leigh Brownhill: Putting the Cream Back in the Can: Ecologically Responsible Farming is our Future
- Cy Gonick: Exploring Ecosocialism as a System of Thought
Some of these articles are available on the Canadian Dimension website now … but we encourage all Climate and Capitalism readers to help keep independent radical journalism alive by subscribing to the print edition.