Stop the Energy East pipeline
Archive | July, 2013
“Oil companies do not operate for the purpose of producing oil. They operate for the purpose of producing maximum profit. To solve the energy crisis, we have to reorganize our economic system.”
The catastrophe at Lac-Mégantic is not an isolated or technical problem. It poses the need for social mobilisation aimed at ecological transition and liberation from unscrupulous big business and its accomplices in the Canadian State.
“With agroecology we can produce enough food to feed the world, but if the inequalities and structural forces that cause hunger are not resolved, then hunger will continue, whether or not we produce enough.”
Climate & Capitalism editor challenges mayor to oppose a dangerous and destructive pipeline project in Eastern Ontario
The Lac-Mégantic disaster shows once again that capitalists are self-interested, uncaring, anti-social actors, not worthy of presumptions in their favor.
30 years of environmental justice; Saving humans from capitalism; Imperialism and ecology; Misleading climate scenarios; Two replies to another populationist tract
A deep green program for saving the world and building better lives: Reduce working hours and ensure that everyone has enough work while no one is overworked, while building safer and healthier communities.
We are fighting for our rights, against neo-liberalism and patriarchy, for food sovereignty with gender justice
Two articles identify the root cause of Canada’s worst train disaster: a system that always puts profit before people.
Quebec activists: Local tragedies, such as the one in Lac Megantic, must not distract from the global tragedy which threatens us all.
Ian Angus’s talk at at Socialism 2013
Obama proposes a vast expansion of fracking on public and tribal lands — under rules written by the drilling industry
Environmentalists aim to build broad movement to block TransCanada’s plan to pipe tar sands bitumen through sensitive ecosystems in Canada’s capital city.
Ian Angus: “It’s not enough to say that socialism is the solution. In the 21st century, fighting capitalist ecocide must be at the heart of our vision, our program and our activity.”