Category - Energy
Ecosocialist Bookshelf, November 2020
Ecosocialist Bookshelf, September 2020
People’s Power: Reclaiming the Energy Commons
Covid-19: Will Big Oil emerge more powerful than ever?
Reconsidering Nuclear Power
Fossil fuel production and use exploded in the 20th century. Can we stop the flow in the 21st?
Thinking about nuclear: Hard choices that may cost the planet
Energy and Climate Change: No progress in 20 years
Renewables plan would leave world’s poorest in the dark
Jacobin and ecomodernism: Two replies
The green energy cornucopia is 100 percent wishful thinking
Should the left build an alternative energy commons?
Ecosocialist Bookshelf, August 2017
Is renewable energy really environmentally friendly?
Why capitalism is addicted to oil and coal
Govts give fossil fuel companies $10 Million a minute
$88 billion a year in subsidies for climate disaster
Environmentalists urge Hansen to rethink nuclear
Socialists debate nuclear, 4: A green syndicalist view
Socialists debate nuclear, 3: Unsafe, unaffordable, unnecessary
Socialists debate nuclear, 2: Still no nukes!
Corporate power blocks global energy transition
A socialist defends nuclear energy
Oil, energy and capitalism: An unpublished talk by Barry Commoner
Lac-Mégantic and the presumed innocence of capitalism
Bolivia puts people and environment before profit
To save the earth, nationalize the energy industry
Stop the dash for gas! Activists shut UK power plant
Thirst for power: How coal, nuclear and gas waste our water