Seven new books about capitalist environmental destruction and the fight to save the earth
Centuries before the industrial revolution, the first factories transformed seafood production
Peasant and indigenous organizations and civil society groups are organizing a counter-summit
The row over waiving patents on Covid vaccines reveals the inhuman logic of intellectual property
Glacier thinning rates have doubled over the past two decades
Andreas Malm’s call for minority violence is eloquent and sincere, but self-defeating
The aquatic food web has been seriously compromised by chemical pollution and climate change
The only way to keep humanity safe is by immediately and radically cutting emissions in a socially just way.
Seven new books to read on Earth Day
Study warns of grave consequences for agriculture and economy, affecting over one billion people
A growing rift in the ocean's metabolism disrupts circulation and starves essential organisms
Despite pandemic shutdowns, atmospheric carbon dioxide and methane levels surged in 2020
How England’s government-licensed pirates stole the Newfoundland fishery from Europe’s largest feudal empire
A small rise in ocean temperature may trigger catastrophic collapse of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet.
Marx on stealing wood, Human development in the Anthropocene, Solar energy, Nature dialogs, and two on food
New research confirms that reducing fishing is the best way to get more benefits from the oceans.
Superbanker Mark Carney quotes Oscar Wilde on value and price, but ignores his socialist conclusions
Six new books that are worth reading ... and one that isn't
Pollution markets and green finance are forms of profit accumulation, not practical tools for sustainable development.
While treasure fleets carried silver to Spain, far more ships were carrying men, fish and whale oil across the North Atlantic.