Conquering a new popular hegemony … Victories in Quebec … Costs of fracking … Return of the Malthusians … David Harvey’s Rebel Cities
Archive | September, 2012
For developing countries, a future of more frequent and intense extreme weather, reducing food availability and raising prices, means a downward spiral of worsening food insecurity and deepening poverty.
Carbon trading was supposed to save the climate, but it’s all hot air
Canada and climate change by the numbers
Judith Shapiro has laid out well the enormous environmental challenges facing the people of China If there is to be a sustainable future, they will have to be at the forefront of fighting for it.
Too Many People? rebuts claims that population is the source of environmental crisis. Since capitalism is the problem, the fight for a sustainable society must be at the centre of the struggle against austerity
You can’t believe anything Enbridge says
Morales’ action is a victory for local social movements fighting corporate violence. and a step towards ending 500 years of foreign powers stripping the country of its natural resources.
The Review of Radical Political Economics is going to publish a special issue on “Political Economy of Sustainable Development.”
Pablo Solon and Walden Bello: The biggest polluters don’t want a climate agreement. Their public disagreements mask a common desire to continue destructive policies at home and around the world.
“We will continue mobilized in unity and struggle and, in combat against our common enemy, we will build a country and a society that is just, compassionate, and sustainable.”
Occupy and labor unions … Left and labour in Canada … Climate change scorches U.S. … Food prices at record levels … Dutch Socialist Party … Ecuador’s revolutionary Yasuni model … Ingo Stützle on David Graeber’s “Debt” … Dark side of green economy
How can you tell when tars sands pipeline promoters are lying?
Congratulations to Derek Wall