Official international, national, and local consortia are failing to act appropriately on climate change. It’s up to us. We already have the tools and organizations to respond.
Eco-Marxism and ecosocialism are currently haunted by a polarization between a socialist eco-modernism and degrowth. Lucky for us, there is a path between them.
At the end of August this year, I and a number of fellow ecosocialist and internationalist members of the Democratic Socialists of America — the largest U.S. socialist organization in decades and an increasingly powerful force in our country’s...
“Are you fucking serious?” one banker asked me, before trying to shoulder his way past us again. When he realized that we were, in fact, serious, he left to try and find another way into work.
An increasing number of ecoleftists have gathered behind the banner of degrowth. How does degrowth relate to ecosocialism? What can ecosocialists learn from degrowthers and vice versa?
As governments fail to respond appropriately to the ever-more-chaotic consequences of climate change, activists are taking to ever-more radical actions. Perhaps these are the better response than following "protocol."
Seymour, Richard. The Disenchanted Earth: Reflections on Ecosocialism & Barbarism. London: The Indigo Press, 2022 As various strands of ecosocialist thought coalesce into a coherent whole, author Richard Seymour’s latest book is a unique...
Under the new law, New York is mandated to generate all of its electricity from clean energy by 2030.