“We have been mortgaging the health of future generations to realize economic and development gains in the present”
Author Archive | Ian Angus
Environmental destruction isn’t driven by human nature or mistaken ideas. It is an inevitable consequence of a system built on capital accumulation.
Long-time activist Joan Kuyek brilliantly shares lessons from decades of fighting environmental and community disruption by Canada’s mining corporations
Cuba’s experience suggests that urban farming can help stave off potential famine when the climate crisis cuts food production
Rising ocean temperatures are amplifying the accumulation of neurotoxins in fish that are often eaten by humans
When population is cast as the problem, restrictions like fertility control, heightened borders, dispossession, detention and imprisonment are posed as the solutions
The red and green shelf is overflowing! Nine important new books address topics ranging from ecosocialism and rising seas to trees, growth and global poverty.
‘Into the Tempest’ argues for a transnational popular project that leads to globalization from below
Composed and performed by The Sweet Janes, a duo based in Innsbruck, Austria.
How the global nitrogen cycle has been disrupted by an economic system that values profits more than life itself.
Produced by Bill Carroll, a musician and ecosocialist activist from Victoria, British Columbia.
Part Four of Ian Angus’s examination of the disruption of the global nitrogen cycle by an economic system that values profits more than life itself.
Within three decades, almost 80% of the lands that depend on groundwater will start to reach their natural irrigation limits as the wells run dry.
Defenders of capitalism, joined by some on the left, are attacking the young woman who has become the symbol of a mass movement. Our place is by her side.
New books for reds and greens. Climate Change Guide; After Geoengineering; Environment & Health; Canada’s Climate Failure; Whose Water is it? Air Travel.
In Facing the Anthropocene, I showed that CO2 levels are higher than they have been for 800,000 years. New research extends that to 2.6 million years
Capitalism will not and cannot prevent climate disaster. A socialist response at governmental and societal level is an historic necessity.
Part Three of Ian Angus’s examination of the disruption of the global nitrogen cycle by an economic system that values profits more than life itself.
We seldom receive enough new books to justify two columns in one month, but our red and green bookshelf is overflowing …
As the world leader in renewable energy capacity and production, China has the potential to open up a path for global ecosocialist transition, if …