“We need an internationalist perspective of climate justice that recognizes that we are all a part of the global ecosystem. We can only resolve climate change by achieving climate justice. None of us are free, until we are all free.”
Our job is not to stand across the street yelling at people until they pass resolutions calling for the abolition of surplus value. We must be with the masses, where and when they are willing to struggle.
Syriza’s colors are red and purple and green, identifying it as socialist, feminist and environmentalist. Its platform includes all the key demands of the Green Party.
Green Left activist Sean Thompson says ecosocialists should leave the rightward-moving Green Party, and join the effort to build a new political party of the left in Britain.
A deep green program for saving the world and building better lives: Reduce working hours and ensure that everyone has enough work while no one is overworked, while building safer and healthier communities.
Convention approves changes to focus on social and environmental justice
A defining feature of politics today is the refusal of the capitalist class and its political representatives to confront the global climate crisis.
A good starting point would be to learn to ‘fail better.’ There are no predetermined solutions and we have to be open to the possibility of being wrong.
West Coast fishermen are calling for a boycott of the world’s biggest retailer, which in one year put over $71 million into plans to privatize fisheries for the benefit of giant corporations
Congratulations to Derek Wall
Activists outraged as Environmental Defense Fund takes $6 million from Bloomberg to shill for the gas industry
Unless Greens come to grips with fundamental economic questions, they will continue to promote policies that are supremely unsuited to their ultimate aim of a more just and sustainable world.
Many of the biggest conservation NGOs have done deals with international agribusiness. They greenwash industrial commodity agriculture in exchange for vague promises of sustainability and social justice. ++++++++++++++++ by Jonathan Latham Independent Science News, February 7, 2012 Imagine an international mega-deal. The global organic food industry agrees to support international agribusiness in clearing as much […]
The Sierra Club’s advertising campaign and its praise for Obama reveal how little it takes to appease mainstream, corporate-minded environmentalists. (more…)
Should the World Wildlife Fund Canada be taking money from a corporation that destroys the environment and wildlife in other parts of the world? (more…)
“It’s shocking that one of the world’s most trusted conservation groups deems it acceptable to take money from such companies” (more…)
Is Conservation International any more than a green Public Relations agency? (more…)
“I just don’t see how their bitter philosophy has any place in a party which stands for social and ecological justice …” (more…)
Rogue actors known as corporations have hijacked our democracy, but the environmental NGO industrial complex stays in Washington D.C. without a rudder or a clue (more…)
“We’re aiming to help reinvigorate Canadians to participate in democracy and hold the Harper government’s feet to the fire on the most pressing issue facing the planet.” (more…)