Yes it’s possible … if we do agriculture right
Archive | August, 2012
Arctic sea ice and Greenland’s glaciers are melting far faster than predicted, posing a near-term danger of sea level rises and massive release of methane.
As seen on Fox Seuss
Nuclear reactors in the tar sands … Greenwashing apartheid … Meteorologists on global warming … Capitalism and ‘guest workers’ … Commons as alternative … Two critical reviews of David Graeber’s “Debt: The First 5,000 Years”
Activists outraged as Environmental Defense Fund takes $6 million from Bloomberg to shill for the gas industry
Campaign urging direct action against hydraulic-fracturing wins broad support; thousands of fracktivists march in state capital
Hunger and malnutrition are man-made, hardwired in the design of industrial and chemical agriculture. But healthy and nutritious food for all can also be designed, through food democracy.
Unprecedented floods have destroyed homes, livelihoods and crops … and the resulting poverty and debt is creating a generation of undernourished children
Why I refused an invitation to speak at a public meeting in Washington
The answer to the question “Can capitalism solve global warming?” is “Yes, but you really won’t like the solution!”
How the U.S. invasion and occupation of Iraq paved the way for Big Oil’s rise — and now for its possible fall
The “Green Economy” treats the economy as more important than the ecological system on which the economy depends. Nature is redefined as “natural capital” as a prelude to more intense exploitation.
21st Century Barbarism is driven by men in suits
The Swiss ecosocialist journal A l’encontre (La Breche) translates Chapter 11 of ‘Too Many People?’
“It’s just another form of genocide. When it comes to Indians, they don’t give a shit. All they like to do is take, take, take, and destroy.”
America wastes 40% of food … Keystone and tar sands … Vandana Shiva on seeds … James Hansen on the cause of extreme weather … Misleading CO2 reductions
“There is no such thing as ‘responsible upgrading’ or ‘sustainable tar sand production.’ We must stop this crime before it ruins more lives and destroys the climate.”
Unless Greens come to grips with fundamental economic questions, they will continue to promote policies that are supremely unsuited to their ultimate aim of a more just and sustainable world.
On July 25, 45 tonnes of copper concentrate slurry spilled from a pipeline Santa Rosa de Cajacuy, dousing the village with a witch’s brew of toxic dust and sludge.
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