The gap between the world’s richest and poorest countries is 25 percent larger than it would have been without climate change
Author Archive | Ian Angus
The last remaining underexploited economy in southeast Asia offers new opportunities for capital accumulation with a green veneer
Study highlights combined effects of extreme heat and humidity, which are especially dangerous to human health
A socialist biologist explains the tight links between new viruses, industrial food production, and the profitability of multinational corporations.
Meteorologists agree that temperatures will continue to rise, and record years like 2019 are becoming the new baseline
David Schwartzman argues that we can’t prevent catastrophic climate change without negative carbon emission technologies
There is no monitoring program for abandoned wells, so they can leak for a long time before emissions are detected and repaired.
“We are protecting our land and the life on it. We have to preserve this life for our children’s future.”
Even if Paris goals are met, climate change could wipe out 20% of species by 2070. If warming is greater, far more will die.
Robbery of nature; Choosing a future; Neoliberal lives; Indigenous resistance; Canadian oil vs the climate; Environmental justice in danger; Agrobiodiversity; Cars and capitalism
What’s behind the breakdown of the relationship between human society and the natural world on which we depend?
Nnimmo Bassey: Africa will face calamitous roasting unless radical social and ecological transformation starts soon
Existing emission policies will not harm oil and gas profits. They also won’t stop global warming from rising to globally destructive levels
African journal interviews John Molyneux, a founder of the new Global Ecosocialist Network, on the challenges before ecosocialists today.
“A new phase in humanity’s relationship with the biosphere, where the ocean is not only crucial but is being fundamentally changed”
Joint Cuba-U.S. study finds sustainable agriculture in Cuba keeps river pollution far below levels in U.S. waterways
Activists on five continents form a new international association, a network of ecosocialists to coordinate activity and build worldwide resistance to capitalist ecocide
Once again, authorities are scrambling to deal with a fast-spreading disease after the fact, while the systemic causes remain in place.
After 50 years of debate, academic philosophers of environmental ethics still interpret the world in various ways, but aren’t much help in changing it.
Methodological nitpicking obscures the undeniable fact that a ludicrously small number of individuals hold the same amount of wealth as billions of others