China’s reckless mode of development has savaged its environment and ecology. Is a new revolution the only way to prevent disaster?
‘If wildlife-oriented solutions distract from the weaknesses that COVID-19 has exposed in global health security, the next pandemic will levy a higher toll.’
A socialist biologist explains the tight links between new viruses, industrial food production, and the profitability of multinational corporations.
Once again, authorities are scrambling to deal with a fast-spreading disease after the fact, while the systemic causes remain in place.
As the world leader in renewable energy capacity and production, China has the potential to open up a path for global ecosocialist transition, if …