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Three centuries of mass resistance to privatization and dispossession
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Before criticizing, we need to understand what radical degrowthers actually say and propose.
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An ecosocialist perspective in the context of a global Green New Deal
Governments plan for over twice as much fossil fuel as required for limiting warming to 1.5°C
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The 19th century search for fertilizer drove imperialist expansion and ecological destruction
Is inequality inevitable? Is freedom just a choice? Two materialist critiques of a widely-praised book.
Six new books and six important essays for reds and greens
Deprived of land and common rights, the English poor were forced into wage-labor
Fighting back against extractivism, false solutions, and social and climate abuse around the world
Antivaxxers of all stripes are a threat to public health
Fossil fuel production gets rebranded as "carbon management."
... and that's why the market can't solve the climate crisis
Even on its own terms, the outcome of the COP26 climate conference in Glasgow was catastrophic
Nitrogen emissions can overwhelm the climate benefits of storing carbon in agricultural soil
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