Strategies for ecosocialists

Chris Williams | | September 26, 2013

ON THE surface, the issues raised in the debate provoked by Naomi Klein's comments could leave one terminally depressed. All of the national mainstream environmental organizations are compromised by their connections to the Democratic Party and their willingness to collaborate with capital; our activism to date has proved inadequate to changing the direction of governmental policy; the dynamics of capitalism are a death train hurtling the world ever faster toward climate catastrophe; and merely switching energy sources, itself a huge task, will not be sufficient to confronting the problem