Ecosocialism

14/11/20
Author: 
Jonathan Cook
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25 October 2020

Here is a word that risks deterring you from reading on much further, even though it may hold the key to understanding why we are in such a terrible political, economic and social mess. That word is “externalities”.

31/10/20
Author: 
Socialist Resistance

[Webpage editor's note: One red-green position that challenges other red-greens on various questions, e.g., significance of Paris/COP, role for market mechanisms (carbon taxes), red? content of "transitional" demands, 'Blockadia'...]

 

Those of us who inhabit planet Earth in the 21st century face a huge problem. Our own species, homo sapiens (modern humans), are trashing the planet at an ever increasing and more destructive rate.

30/10/20
Author: 
Socialist Resistance
Act now  - poster at protest rally

[Editor: This article raises some important questions (in spite of a number of grammatical errors and typos!)]

 October 30, 2020  •  

Those of us who inhabit planet Earth in the 21st century face a huge problem. Our own species, homo sapiens (modern humans), are trashing the planet at an ever increasing and more destructive rate.

29/10/20
Author: 
Slavoj Zizek
Trump & Biden - FILE PHOTOS. ©  Getty Images / Spencer Platt;  Getty Images / Alex Wong
27 Oct, 2020 

One of the most thought-provoking articles I’ve read about the unfolding conflicts in the US and elsewhere – maybe everywhere. -   Gene McGuckin

 
The threat of violence erupting over the US election result next week is exposing the limits of liberal democracy, and both candidates’ rejection of left-wing ‘extremists’ is liberal opportunism at its worst.
28/10/20
Author: 
Derrick O'Keefe
New Democratic Party premier John Horgan speaking in Comox, British Columbia, 2017. (BC NDP / Flickr)

Oct. 28, 2020

British Columbia remains the only province in Canada governed by the New Democratic Party (NDP), after the social democrats won a decisive election on Saturday, October 24. Even with several ridings too close to call, and hundreds of thousands of mail-in votes still to be counted, the NDP’s lead is insurmountable, with the party leading or elected in fifty-five ridings, nearly double the BC Liberals’ twenty-nine.

20/10/20
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Edited by Stephen Maher and Rafael Khachaturian. Essays by Seth Adler, Eric Blanc, Alleen Brown, Jane McAlevey, April M. Short, Jane Slaughter, Ingar Solty, and others.

October 18, 2020

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