Category - Ecosoc Notebook
Anthropocentrism vs Ecocentrism: Notes on a False Dichotomy
Banning wild animal sales won’t prevent another pandemic
Angus interview in Peruvian indigenous newspaper
A system that steals from our future
Disrupting the nitrogen cycle: Articles on a major metabolic rift
Millions of years of low CO2 … until now
Again: Does Anthropocene Science Blame All Humanity?
Barry Commoner: The systems we depend on are upside down
Superbugs in the Anthropocene: A Profit-Driven Plague
Major step towards formalizing the Anthropocene
Defining a safe operating space for food systems in the Anthropocene
An outline of ‘Democratic Eco-Socialism as a Real Utopia’
‘Karl Marx’s Ecosocialism’ wins the 2018 Deutscher Prize
Reply to Trump: Global warming explained in three easy tweets
Online now: Cesspools, Sewage, and Social Murder
Socialist magazine explores capital’s metabolic rifts
Marx and Metabolism: Lost in translation?
The Keeling Curve at 60: A portrait of climate crisis
New materialism: ‘Idealism of the most useless sort’
Top ten Climate & Capitalism articles in 2017
New reports expose ‘high and rising’ global inequality
John Bellamy Foster on Jacobin and Ecomodernism
Science & Society reviews Facing the Anthropocene
Memo to Jacobin: Ecomodernism is not ecosocialism
Jacobin and ecomodernism: Two replies
Cholera, Contingency, and Marx’s Drinking Water
What are the essential books on ecosocialism?
Angus interview: How can we save the planet?
Les Misérables: Metabolic rift in the sewers of Paris
Anthropocene scientists reply to critics