How is the ecological fallout from the construction of the Belo Monte hydroelectric dam in Brazil related to the struggle against prisons?
David Camfield argues that neither Matt Huber’s First World ecosocialism nor Kai Heron’s Third World ecosocialism are sufficient political responses to the ecological crisis of global capitalism.
Phil Kaplan reviews M.E. Obrien and Eman Abdelhadi’s Everything for Everyone, a speculative oral history of the struggle for the New York Commune.
Our biospheric breakdown is not a tragedy but a crime—a crime so egregious that we must raise our collective fist in righteous anger.
In this original, empirically rich study, Andreas Malm and the Zetkin Collective provide a systematic inquiry into the political ecology of the far right in the twenty-first century.
What happened in Texas is not an example of capitalism in crisis. It’s an example of the system at work.
Martín Arboleda’s exceptionally ambitious Planetary Mine, attempts to connect the abstract unfolding of a process of global capital accumulation linking Chile and China across the world market, together with the concrete, sensuous, quotidian realities of labor, territory, and urban life on either end of that abstract flow.