20th century ecology moved from racism and eugenics to studies of undisturbed natural ecosystems. Today, ecological science must integrate social sciences.
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In “Economics After Capitalism: A Guide to the Ruins & a Road to the Future,” ecosocialist Derek Wall offers an insightful overview of non-orthodox economics, from Social Credit to Marxism to Elinor Ostrom.
Australian climate activist Ben Courtice outlines the state of the climate crisis, official responses, and public awareness, and proposes steps to build an effective mass movement to cut greenhouse gas emissions
A valuable book that exposes the brutal devastation caused by mining companies and identifies the tycoons who benefit, the monsters in our midst.
We don’t have time to play these pointless games. We have to cut carbon now, directly and drastically. by Ben Courtice Blind Carbon Copy, June 4, 2011 Ben Courtice is a socialist climate activist based in Melbourne, Australia. Tomorrow, World Environment Day, will be the Say Yes Australia rally called by an alliance of unions and […]
“Simply using price mechanisms will lead to a policy failure with catastrophic consequences for most people and most species” David Spratt is a policy analyst with the Australian group CarbonEquity, and co-author, with Philip Sutton, of Climate Code Red: The Case for Emergency Action, which Climate and Capitalism will review soon. Spratt was interviewed by […]