Category - Metabolic Rift
Climate change and overfishing boost toxic mercury levels in fish
Disrupting the nitrogen cycle: Articles on a major metabolic rift
How Capitalism ‘Solved’ the Nitrogen Crisis (continued)
When will the world’s wells run out of water?
Capitalism ‘Solves’ the Nitrogen Crisis: A Brief History
Capitalism versus the Global Carbon Cycle
The Discovery and Rediscovery of Metabolic Rift
Superbugs in the Anthropocene: A Profit-Driven Plague
Nitrogen glut: Too much of a good thing is deadly for the biosphere
Nitrogen Crisis: A neglected threat to Earth’s life support systems
No shortcuts: The climate revolution must be ecosocialist
Broiler chickens: The defining species of the Anthropocene?
‘Dust Bowls of Empire’ exposes capital’s global assault on the land
New study: Greenhouse gas is more dangerous than regulators thought
Exploring the deep biosphere: Organisms abound in regions thought devoid of life
IPCC report puts global warming crisis in Anthropocene framework
The Omega Principle: A vicious circle of fish, cattle and capitalism
Carrying capacity, technology, and ecomodernist confusion
An unstoppable drive to Hothouse Earth?
State of the Climate Report: It’s hot and getting hotter
Scientists urge immediate action to prevent global biodiversity collapse
Online now: Cesspools, Sewage, and Social Murder
Socialist magazine explores capital’s metabolic rifts
Vladimir Vernadsky and the Disruption of the Biosphere
Earth’s Circular Economy: Recycling as a Law of Life
Marx, nature, and political morality
Marx and Metabolism: Lost in translation?
The Keeling Curve at 60: A portrait of climate crisis
Five Revolutions: How bacteria created the biosphere and caused the first climate crisis
14 Billion Years of Revolutionary Change