Six important new books on fungi and racism and building socialism and wheat and more
Hugo Blanco: ‘Social movements in defense of our territories are our hope’
Peruvian peasant leader on the pain and hope of indigenous struggles
COP27 achieved nothing. No surprise.
Another in a long line of meaningless UN climate meetings
Food, Farming, and Africa: An Open Letter to Bill Gates
Food sovereignty activists challenge a wealthy white man’s flawed assumptions, hubris, and ignorance
‘Capital’s attack on nature endangers humanity’
Brazilian peasant leader: Build a global movement to save humanity and our common home!
Ecosocialist Bookshelf, November 2022
Six new books and six recent essays: important reading for reds and greens
The hottest eight years on record
Sea level rise accelerates, European glacier melt shatters records, extreme weather causes devastation
COP27: Fiddling while the world burns
Effective action must replace talk, delay and false solutions
Slouching towards utopia, or hurtling towards disaster?
Top economist's paean to capitalism glosses over gross inequality, wars, and ecological destruction
After the floods, Pakistan needs reparations, not charity
The people of Pakistan are the latest victims of a global crisis to which they have contributed almost nothing
Ecosocialist Bookshelf, October 2022
Seven new books for reds and greens
Marx and Engels and Russia’s Peasant Communes
Would Marx support corporate land grabs?
Free Market Genocides: The Real History of Trade
From Ireland to India, free trade brought plunder, famine and death
1.5°C warming may trigger multiple tipping points
Five of sixteen identified tipping points are already in the danger zone
The meaning of ‘So-called Primitive Accumulation’
A key concept in Karl Marx's Capital is widely misunderstood
How plants transformed the Earth’s makeup
The evolution of land plants caused revolutionary changes from the surface to the deep interior
How corporations are stealing the sea
Overfishing, seabed mining, corporate greed: it's time to take back control
Ecosocialist Bookshelf, August 2022
Seven new books for people who know that the point is to change the world
Global hunger numbers jump; 2.3 billion are ‘food insecure’
World is further away from ending hunger, food insecurity and malnutrition
U.S. has the warmest nights ever
July 2022 was a textbook case of how global warming gets even more pronounced after dark.