After years of rapprochement, Germany’s climate and labor movements are jointly going on strike to demand socio-ecological public infrastructure.
What It Will Take to Build a Broad-Based Movement for a Just Transition
Environmental and labor organizers reflect on strategies for collaboration
Climate and environmental justice activists have been joining striking refinery workers on the picket line.
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...
Since the end of the feudal era the world order has been largely structured by the nation-state system. Individuals have been willing to kill and die for their countries. The pursuit of individual and collective interests has occurred largely within...
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.
Sectoral bargaining allows unions in countries around the world to improve the lives of enormous numbers of workers, including many who aren’t union members themselves.
With the news that West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin will co-sponsor the Protecting the Right to Organize Act, Labor and its allies are beginning to get a gleam in their eyes. Labor activists see the PRO Act as the key to building back a powerful...
This Is What the Beginning of a Climate-Labor Alliance Looks Like
The PRO Act is emerging as the left’s answer to a classic political tension.