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- Ecosocialist Bookshelf, April 2022Our monthly selection of new books for people who want to change the world---READ-->>
- Bankers lie about fossil fuel financeDespite promising cuts, the world’s biggest banks pour trillions into oil, gas and coal---READ-->>
- The Danger of Fossil FascismUnderstanding the growing combination of racism, climate science denial, and fossil fuel promotion---READ-->>
- UN report names the world’s most polluted placesPollution kills more people than all wars, murders and other forms of violence combined---READ-->>
- Ecosocialist Bookshelf, March 2022Oceans, legal rights, and industrial agriculture: Five new books for reds and greens---READ-->>
- Scientists issue ‘dire warning’ on climate‘A brief and rapidly closing window to secure a livable future’---READ-->>
- Ecosocialists condemn invasion of UkraineStatement of the Steering Committee of the Global Ecosocialist Network---READ-->>
- Climate change turns landscapes into tinderboxesUN Report: 30% more extreme wildfires by 2150, 50% more by 2200---READ-->>
- Ecosocialist Bookshelf, February 2022Reading matter for reds and greens: Five new books and five recent reviews---READ-->>
- Poorest people hit hardest by heat stressNew Research: 25% of the world’s people will face more heat wave days than all the rest combined---READ-->>
- Climate change is suffocating fishThe ocean’s middle depths started losing oxygen at unnatural rates in 2021---READ-->>
- Deep adaptation or climate justice?Should the climate movement give up the fight and accept catastrophe as inevitable?---READ-->>
- Can we stop the insect apocalypse?A brilliant account of the growing threat to insect life falls short on solutions---READ-->>
- World’s farms at a breaking pointUN Report: 34% of agricultural land is degraded, water is overdrawn---READ-->>
- Climate scientists: Ban solar geoengineering‘The risks are poorly understood and can never be fully known’---READ-->>
- Against Enclosure: The Commoners Fight BackThree centuries of mass resistance to privatization and dispossession---READ-->>
- Ecosocialist Bookshelf, January 2022Start the new year with seven new books for red-greens and green-reds---READ-->>
- Ecosocialism and degrowth: A replyBefore criticizing, we need to understand what radical degrowthers actually say and propose.---READ-->>
- The great plastic bag mythAre reusable cotton bags really worse than supermarket plastic?---READ-->>
- A critique of degrowthAn ecosocialist perspective in the context of a global Green New Deal---READ-->>