From Canadian musician/activist Bill Carroll, a very blue song and video that explains climate crisis and climate justice in three minutes.
A powerful and effective (and true and funny) protest song for our time
The movement that stalled after the failed climate talks in Copenhagen 2009 is back on the streets – bigger, stronger and more confident than ever
Cuba: The ‘solarisation’ of Granma province … Global population control policies fuel India’s sterilization atrocities … Wealth: Having it all and wanting more … Pablo Solon on building a post-capitalist global movement.
Massive transformation of the global water cycle is threatening billions of people around the world. This 3-minute film charts the scale of change.
Video: Ian Angus argues for a movement based on socialist and ecological principles, to save humanity and the rest of nature from capitalist ecocide.
Class conscious blues, from the wonderful New Orleans blues musician Mem Shannon.
It’s made from all natural ingredients, but watch for side effects …
Video: Jonathan Neale, author of Stop Global Warming: Change the World, explains what needs to be done to stop emissions — and why a socialist vision is the essential first step
Video from Australia: Socialist Alliance member Gemma Weedall speaking at the Marxism 2014 conference.
Pete Seeger sings an ecosocialist song, written before the word existed.
Video of talks and discussion at a public forum on “Strategies to Stop Climate Change” hosted by the Vancouver Ecosocialist Group, in Vancouver, BC, on December 3
Video from Ecosocialism 2013: Ideas for action, held in Manchester, UK, on October 15, 2013
The co-author of What Every Environmentalist Needs to Know About Capitalism makes the case for radical social and economic change as the only to stop the drive towards planetary destruction
Video: Robert Redford explains why the tar sands are good for oil companies but deadly for the Earth.
Audio: The co-author of “What Every Environmentalist Needs to Know About Capitalism” explains the root causes of today’s global climate crisis
Think about this the next time someone tells you pipelines are safe …
Are Marx’s views on ecology relevant to today’s environmental crises?
Video of meeting to protest Enbridge’s tar sand pipeline, organized by Toronto East End Against Line 9, August 25, 2013
Emily Blyth tells them where to frack