Ecosocialism

31/07/18
Author: 
Ian Angus
Victor Wallis’s new book
 

 July 25, 2018

 
 

Victor Wallis’s new book is an important contribution to the growing ecosocialist movement, a passionate call to organize and act against capitalist ecocide

16/07/18
Author: 
Jason Prince, Herman Rosenfeld, Sabrina ‘Butterfly’ GoPaul, Shelagh Pizey-Allen

Editor: See this book launch presentation herehttps://socialistproject.ca/leftstreamed-video/ls393/

15/07/18
Author: 
Kanya D’Almeida – Ecosocialist Horizons

17-21 minutes


It’s quite impossible to tell the story of a place, or a moment, to those who have not been there, or might not want to go.

18/06/18
Author: 
Nancy Holmstrom

Last fall 15,000 scientists issued a second dire notice to humanity that we are on a collision course with the limits of our planet. They concluded, “To prevent widespread misery, humanity must practice a more environmentally sustainable alternative to business as usual,” including “reassess[ing]… the role of an economy rooted in growth.” That means that we have to challenge capitalism; there is no capitalism without growth.

03/05/18
Author: 
Sean Sweeney and John Treat
construction of solar panels

[Global ‘Just Transition’ Discussion Growing

The linked document, Trade Unions and Just Transition: The Search for a Transformative Politics, deals with a crucial part of the urgent global need to transition to a post-carbon energy system. Though it doesn’t come right out and say it, the text also proves that this must also be a post-capitalist social-economic system.

10/04/18
Author: 
WhoWhatWhy
Photo credit: Takver / Flickr (CC BY-SA 2.0)

A Radical View of the Existential Crisis Facing Our Environment

April 9, Podcast

 

We are facing planet-wide extinction, a climate emergency — and our current course is suicidal.

That is the underlying belief of author and scientist Richard Smith, who is Jeff Schechtman’s guest on this week’s WhoWhatWhy podcast.

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