Marxist environmental essays … Science and the Anthropocene … Is disaster avoidable? … Capitalism at sea … Beef and class struggle … Climate and the biggest volcano
Ian Angus speaking in Ottawa following a tour of the National Gallery of Canada exhibit on the Anthropocene
Two views of food and farming. The origin of climate science denial. The high cost of living well. And a socialist who mostly disagrees with ecosocialism
Continuing our discussion on the strengths and weaknesses of the Green New Deal proposal, and how the left should respond.
Only a mass socialist, feminist, internationalist, pro-peasant, anti-racist, indigenous, and anti-colonial movement can save humanity
Michael Löwy reviews two important books for ecosocialists: ‘Karl Marx’s Ecosocialism’ by Kohei Saito, and ‘Red-Green Revolution’ by Victor Wallis.
There is an enormous unused human potential waiting to be drawn into the job of saving the ecosphere. How can it be mobilized?
By keeping these simple ideas in mind in all our struggles, we can begin to create a world worthy of our best instincts and desires
Break the power of capitalists and guarantee a vibrant natural world that is home for humanity and all forms of life, for many generations to come.
Activists from System Change Not Climate Change discuss the strengths and weaknesses of the Green New Deal proposal, and how the left should respond.
How can socialism be rejuvenated to ensure social parity, democratic processes, and environmental sustainability for humanity?
The 137 articles we published in Climate & Capitalism this year were read by more people than ever before. These were the most popular …
Michael Löwy initiates a wide-ranging debate on the great transition from capitalist destruction to a just and sustainable future
Kohei Saito honored for his brilliant study of Marx’s views on the relationship between society and nature
A superb popular account of what’s wrong with capitalism and what working people must do to get rid of it. Highly recommended!
Many socialists have contributed to the debate on Marxism, nature, and value, strengthening our common understanding of the enemy we face and the movement we must build.
A bumper crop! Eight new books on biofuels, nutrition fraud, imperialism, post-capitalism, indigenous sovereignty, coral reefs, moral economists, and chicken
Veteran socialist says ‘A Redder Shade of Green’ should be read by all who are concerned with climate change and the degradation of the environment.
The ecological insights of degrowth theory are undermined by blindspots about renewability, agriculture, unalienated labor, and the power of our enemies
On the precipice of disaster, we have vast numbers of potential allies. All our differences pale next to the overwhelming urgency of our common task.