The gap between the world’s richest and poorest countries is 25 percent larger than it would have been without climate change
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
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.
Even if Paris goals are met, climate change could wipe out 20% of species by 2070. If warming is greater, far more will die.
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
Australia’s out-of-control bushfires dramatically confirm the need for a government that doesn’t serve the interests of multi-national corporations
Emissions are rising. Each decade is warmer than the last. The oceans are heating up. Australia is burning. And that’s just January.
Mining in late capitalism; Green New Deal; The Pentagon and climate change; Big Oil vs democracy; Climate justice; Nature in Canada; History of human labor
At UN conference, Greta condemns government and corporate refusal to take effective action to reduce emissions.
Environmental destruction isn’t driven by human nature or mistaken ideas. It is an inevitable consequence of a system built on capital accumulation.
Cuba’s experience suggests that urban farming can help stave off potential famine when the climate crisis cuts food production
Rising ocean temperatures are amplifying the accumulation of neurotoxins in fish that are often eaten by humans
Composed and performed by The Sweet Janes, a duo based in Innsbruck, Austria.
Produced by Bill Carroll, a musician and ecosocialist activist from Victoria, British Columbia.
Within three decades, almost 80% of the lands that depend on groundwater will start to reach their natural irrigation limits as the wells run dry.