Should the ecological left aim to reduce all consumption, or to radically transform the prevalent type of consumption?
The new Living Planet report grimly documents global environmental destruction, but lets the responsible systems and institutions off the hook
Gradual reforms can’t do the job: only profoundly radical measures can ensure human survival in an epoch of global sickening.
Australian ecosocialists call for a new mass movement to stop capitalism from destroying our common future.
Continuing Ian Angus’s examination of the ‘deadly trio’ of CO2-driven assaults on ocean life. Part two: The ocean is losing its breath.
In ‘The Return of Nature,’ John Bellamy Foster documents the chain of people and ideas that connects Marx and Engels to the 20th century’s greatest ecological thinkers
Scientists call them a ‘deadly trio.’ If acidification, oxygen loss, and overheating are not ended soon, a massive die-off of ocean life may be unstoppable.
Five new books and an essential magazine! Science for People; Katrina’s History; Small Farm Future; Mass Migration; Energy and Work; China’s Environmental Crisis
Mass grassroots campaign calls for system change now and for a climate justice deal that ends the suffering of the most vulnerable and oppressed
‘Climate Change Solutions’ shows that capitalism cannot solve the climate crisis, but the alternatives it offers don’t meet the challenge
Should ecosocialists put aside calls for radical social change until after we win reforms that solve the climate crisis within capitalism?
New books on fungi, climate & capital, food, bluefin tuna, & Cuban agriculture. PLUS new translations of Facing the Anthropocene, and two recent C&C book reviews