Ian Angus replies to Sam Gindin: If we agree with Marx, then supporting and building the real environmental movement, while finding ways to advance ecosocialist ideas within it, will take precedence over worries about imperfect statements some participants might make.
Archive | July, 2014
Terry Moore says that all movements and activists exaggerate or downplay sometimes. Only open and fact-based debate can help us avoid mistakes.
Replying to Ian Angus, Sam Gindin says the real issue is how to build mass support for replacing capitalism with an environmentally-sensitive socialism.
Protests, marches and direct actions are vitally important, but to win our goals we need to build mass, democratic political organizations
Mass actions planned at UN meeting: Join the ecosocialist contingent and help build a broad coalition to fight climate change and environmental degradation.
Remember all those articles that claimed global warming has stopped? Here’s proof that those were anti-scientific fantasies.
The Green New Deal depends on continued growth. Our focus must be on finding ways to decrease production while increasing humanity’s quality of life
Gabriel Levy reviews Paul Sabin’s book, “The Bet: Paul Ehrlich, Julian Simon, and Our Gamble over Earth’s Future.”
Ian Angus says ‘environmental catastrophism’ is a red herring. The real issue is whether socialists should give high priority to resisting capitalism’s war on the planet.
Vancouver ecosocialist Brad Hornick responds to Sam Gindin’s dismissal of “environmental catastrophism”