Category - Biodiversity
Capitalism – not ‘humanity’ – is killing the world’s wildlife
Agribusiness drives severe decline of essential insects
Rising heat may crash entire ecosystems
A third or more of all species could be gone by 2070
Amazonian community’s lands destroyed for ‘sustainable’ palm oil
Overwhelming evidence shows global biodiversity in crisis
Ecososocialist Bookshelf, January 2019
Capitalism is killing the world’s wildlife, not ‘humanity’
Greenhouse gases and mass extinctions: Speed kills
Half-Earth: A biodiversity ‘solution’ that solves nothing
Invasive species and ‘rewilding’ – Is doing nothing a solution?
Scientists urge immediate action to prevent global biodiversity collapse
Electrical pulse fishing: Switch it off now!
Major study shows species loss destroys essential ecosystems
Is mass extinction unimportant? (Updated)
Dead Zone: Where the Wild Things Were
Capitalism driving biodiversity loss to point of no return
Two Views on Marxist Ecology and Jason W. Moore
Ecosocialist bookshelf, April 2015
Did early humans wipe out most large mammals?
The Sixth Extinction: Are humans the enemy?
Bolivia condemns UN's pro-market biodiversity policy
Nature’s matrix: Linking agriculture, conservation and food sovereignty
UN biodiversity plan: neoliberal measures to commodify nature
Climate change impact: 11% of species extinct by 2100
Biodiversity: The agreement that isn't