Ståle Holgersen moves us beyond the stale impasse between degrowth and eco-modernist approaches to eco-socialist strategy.
John Clarke explains how Canada’s forest fires are both caused by and contribute to climate change, with its socially unequal and widespread effects.
In a deep engagement with the politics of the ecomodernist left, Dan Boscov-Ellen interviews Joshua Frank about the false promises of nuclear solutions to climate catastrophe.
The “specter of communism” is passé; are “seeds of degrowth communism” taking root today? Gareth Dale evaluates Kohei Saito’s latest book.
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.