In a real sense, under capitalism, all workers are precarious, meaning that they can be downsized, replaced, deskilled, outsourced, and so on. It’s simply a matter of degree. The latest peak in precarity is “gig work,” which has always existed; the...
SCNCC co-founder Richard Smith outlines the urgently needed emergency rescue plan that world leaders once again failed to deliver.
More Than 100,000 Take to Streets on Global Day of Action for Climate Justice
"We can either intensify the crisis to the point of no return, or lay the foundations for a just world where everyone's needs are met."
Building Bridges from Intersectional Ecosocialism to Radical Climate Justice and Systemic Transformation
The way forward for ecosocialists of the Global North is to learn about and embrace “intersectional ecosocialism” and "ecosocialism of the Global South"
A People's Green New Deal by Max Ajl (Pluto Press 2021)
Failure to halt greenhouse gas emissions is not an option—though it’s frighteningly likely
One-hundred-thousand students strike in Quebec. Fifteen-to-twenty thousand demonstrate in Quebec.
Two labor activists call on labor to step up and meet the challenges posed by climate change
Who has more power than Shell Oil? This is one of the first questions a climate activist should ask themselves, because without finding an answer, we can’t win.
The 21st century is a century of crisis. Capitalist economic collapse dovetails with dire inequality, international and civil wars drive displacement and humanitarian catastrophe, xenophobia creeps into laws, and rising biodiversity loss imperils...