Climate & Capitalism feed

Posted: 12/12/19
This was a bumper year for books of interest to ecosocialists. Here are ten that we found particularly interesting or valuable, or both.

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Posted: 26/11/19
“We have been mortgaging the health of future generations to realize economic and development gains in the present”

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Posted: 19/11/19
Environmental destruction isn’t driven by human nature or mistaken ideas. It is an inevitable consequence of a system built on capital accumulation.

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Posted: 13/11/19
Long-time activist Joan Kuyek brilliantly shares lessons from decades of fighting environmental and community disruption by Canada’s mining corporations

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Posted: 12/11/19
Cuba’s experience suggests that urban farming can help stave off potential famine when the climate crisis cuts food production

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Posted: 09/11/19
Rising ocean temperatures are amplifying the accumulation of neurotoxins in fish that are often eaten by humans

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Posted: 08/11/19
When population is cast as the problem, restrictions like fertility control, heightened borders, dispossession, detention and imprisonment are posed as the solutions

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Posted: 04/11/19
The red and green shelf is overflowing! Nine important new books address topics ranging from ecosocialism and rising seas to trees, growth and global poverty.

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Posted: 28/10/19
The alternative to global capitalism must be a transnational popular project that leads to globalization from below

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Posted: 26/10/19
Composed and performed by The Sweet Janes, a duo based in Innsbruck, Austria.

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