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- Antarctic melt: tipping point by 2060If emissions continue at current rates, the world will soon be committed to irreversible and catastrophic sea level rise---READ-->>
- Ecosocialist Bookshelf, May 2021Seven new books about capitalist environmental destruction and the fight to save the earth---READ-->>
- Intensive Fishing and the Birth of Capitalism, Part 4Centuries before the industrial revolution, the first factories transformed seafood production---READ-->>
- UN Food Summit: Cover for an Agribusiness Coup?Peasant and indigenous organizations and civil society groups are organizing a counter-summit---READ-->>
- Vaccine Patents = Mass MurderThe row over waiving patents on Covid vaccines reveals the inhuman logic of intellectual property---READ-->>
- Worldwide glacier retreat speeds upGlacier thinning rates have doubled over the past two decades---READ-->>
- Can sabotage stop climate change?Andreas Malm’s call for minority violence is eloquent and sincere, but self-defeating---READ-->>
- Pollution Report: Oceans are ‘at the precipice of disaster’The aquatic food web has been seriously compromised by chemical pollution and climate change---READ-->>
- Climate Scientists: ‘Net Zero’ is a dangerous trapThe only way to keep humanity safe is by immediately and radically cutting emissions in a socially just way.---READ-->>
- Ecosocialist Bookshelf, April 2021Seven new books to read on Earth Day---READ-->>
- Indian monsoons becoming more chaoticStudy warns of grave consequences for agriculture and economy, affecting over one billion people---READ-->>
- The ocean is becoming more stable – and that’s not good newsA growing rift in the ocean’s metabolism disrupts circulation and starves essential organisms---READ-->>
- Carbon dioxide levels now at highest level in 3.6 million yearsDespite pandemic shutdowns, atmospheric carbon dioxide and methane levels surged in 2020---READ-->>
- Intensive Fishing and the Birth of Capitalism, Part 3How England’s government-licensed pirates stole the Newfoundland fishery from Europe’s largest feudal empire---READ-->>
- Tipping points confirmed for massive Antarctic glacierA small rise in ocean temperature may trigger catastrophic collapse of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet.---READ-->>
- Ecosocialist Bookshelf March 2021, Part TwoMarx on stealing wood, Human development in the Anthropocene, Solar energy, Nature dialogs, and two on food---READ-->>
- Protect fish to produce more food and reduce greenhouse gasNew research confirms that reducing fishing is the best way to get more benefits from the oceans.---READ-->>
- Can ‘ethical investing’ save the world?Superbanker Mark Carney quotes Oscar Wilde on value and price, but ignores his socialist conclusions---READ-->>
- Ecosocialist Bookshelf, March 2021Six new books that are worth reading … and one that isn’t---READ-->>
- The financialization of environment protectionPollution markets and green finance are forms of profit accumulation, not practical tools for sustainable development.---READ-->>