Category - Anthropocene
Industrial farming has killed billions of birds
Ecological ruin or ecological revolution?
Insect Apocalypse in the Anthropocene, Part 4
Ecosocialist Bookshelf, March 2023
Insect Apocalypse in the Anthropocene, Part 3
Insect Apocalypse in the Anthropocene, Part 2
Insect Apocalypse in the Anthropocene, Part 1
Ecosocialist Bookshelf, August 2022
Ecosocialist Bookshelf, June 2022
A major advance in defining the Anthropocene
Ecosocialist Bookshelf, December 2020
Facing the Anthropocene: An Update
The Heat of 3.6 Billion Atom Bombs
Running Low on Oxygen
Ecosocialist Bookshelf, August 2020
Dead Zones: Industrial Agriculture versus Ocean Life
Ecosocialism or barbarism: African journal interviews C&C editor Ian Angus
Millions of years of low CO2 … until now
Again: Does Anthropocene Science Blame All Humanity?
What kind of rebellion will save humanity from extinction?
Ecosocialist Bookshelf, June 2019
Major step towards formalizing the Anthropocene
Fossil capitalism, ecosocialism, and the Anthropocene crisis
Broiler chickens: The defining species of the Anthropocene?
Why the Anthropocene is not ‘climate change’ — and why that matters
IPCC report puts global warming crisis in Anthropocene framework
An unstoppable drive to Hothouse Earth?
Studying the health impacts of global environmental change
Uniting ecology and revolution: ‘Facing the Anthropocene’ featured in leading Québec newspaper
‘A contribution to a genuinely materialist ecology’