New books for reds and greens. How the Richest Drive Climate Change; Planning from Below; The Scottish Clearances; Slime; Here Comes the Sun; Eco-Socialism and Practical Utopias
Grim reading from US government scientists. For five years, every July has set a worldwide temperature record — and this year was the worst of all
Summary of new UN report that documents the impact of climate change on land and agriculture — and how land misuse accelerates climate change.
Dangerous climate change is not just something that might happen in the future. It is visibly happening now and it is rapidly getting worse.
Book review and full video of meeting to launch ‘System Change Not Climate Change: A Revolutionary Response to Environmental Crisis.’
Video: What would a just and ecologically sustainable society look like? If the current economic system can’t respond, what strategies will advance our struggle?
Warming the climate and polluting the sea is leading to explosive outbreaks of new infectious diseases
‘Fully Automated Luxury Communism’ trivializes the global environmental crisis with badly-researched techno-hype and political plans that don’t come close to addressing the world’s problems.
The winner of the 2018 Deutscher Prize discusses Karl Marx’s radical understanding of capitalism’s deadly disruption of the universal metabolism of nature.
Seventh consecutive year of steep increases leads to the highest greenhouse gas concentration recorded in 61 years of observations
Marxist environmental essays … Science and the Anthropocene … Is disaster avoidable? … Capitalism at sea … Beef and class struggle … Climate and the biggest volcano
New report investigates how US unions are addressing climate change — and why and how their positions vary.
It would be criminal if political criticisms keep the organized left from supporting and joining the Extinction Rebellion campaign. Three articles from the British left …
Only a mass socialist, feminist, internationalist, pro-peasant, anti-racist, indigenous, and anti-colonial movement can save humanity
Warming of over 2 degrees Celsius is above the global average and well above the average of the rest of the Arctic region
There is an enormous unused human potential waiting to be drawn into the job of saving the ecosphere. How can it be mobilized?
We need truly radical measures, and ultimately a different kind of government with the political will to lead, coordinate and consolidate the transition
Climate change, caused by industrialized rich countries, is responsible for the disaster now unfolding in Mozambique, Zimbabwe, and Malawi
UN report says emission cuts will not stop Arctic devastation or worldwide sea level rise
Where climate change may lead, the global water crisis, Europe’s Little Ice Age, the human costs of Haiti’s unending catastrophes, against constructing nature