Syriza’s colors are red and purple and green, identifying it as socialist, feminist and environmentalist. Its platform includes all the key demands of the Green Party.
Archive | January, 2015
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While no one has a positive interest in destroying the environment, the capitalist class has an interest in blocking the measures that could protect it. Recognizing this class dimension to the environmental struggle is vital.
Cuba: The ‘solarisation’ of Granma province … Global population control policies fuel India’s sterilization atrocities … Wealth: Having it all and wanting more … Pablo Solon on building a post-capitalist global movement.
The Durban diesel disaster polluted rich whites’ gardens … but the cause is systematic discrimination against the black majority.
The reality of an economic order built on white supremacy is the whispered subtext of our entire response to the climate crisis, and it badly needs to be dragged into the light.
Outside the scandalous UN meeting in Lima, an unofficial international assembly met to plan global resistance to capitalism and fight for a model of life in harmony with Nature and Mother Earth.
New research finds biodiversity loss, fertilizer use, climate change and land use have all entered danger zones where rapid environmental decline becomes possible.
Forget the UN: South African activist says only an alliance from below, linking unions and social justice movements, can stop capital from destroying planetary life.
Massive transformation of the global water cycle is threatening billions of people around the world. This 3-minute film charts the scale of change.
Can Borneo’s tribes survive the biggest environmental crime? … Big Oil’s carbon counterattack … Lima’s roadmap for global burning … Post-quake Haiti: Left in the rubble … Conserving, restoring and enhancing Africa’s soils
Greening Malthus … The Cuban Revolution and its economic reforms; … 2 degree target means 80% of coal is unburnable … People pushed out of Ethiopia’s fertile farmland … The death of international development
If this book arms people with the information they need to convince more people to join the struggle to save the earth from capitalism, then it will have done its job.
Essential reading for ecosocialists. Paul Burkett shows that humanity’s relationship to nature is central to Marx’s critique of capitalism and vision of socialism.