Capitalism has put enormous strain on ecological interdependence, bringing us closer to tipping points where the earth’s resilience becomes exhausted and intensifying feedback loops precipitate more and more interrelated crises. Jason Hickel is an anthropologist […]
Britain in not worse than the EU – just ahead of it. So have a look into your future. Richard Murphy is a Visiting Professor of Practice in International Political Economy, City University of London. […]
How many people have we seen lose their money with speculative investments that do not serve society. Richard Murphy offers an alternative. And do not be intimidated by the term “Hypothecated”. Richard Murphy is a […]
In principle this is relevant for every nation in Europe. But what are we getting? Big money for big corporations that are destroying the environment.
Following the covid crisis comes the financial crisis.
Countries investing in renewables are achieving carbon reductions far faster than those which opt to back nuclear power. Paul Brown, a founding editor of Climate News Network, is a former environment correspondent of The Guardian […]
Book Review by Justin H. Vassallo The window for countries to alter earth’s frightening ecological trajectory is rapidly passing. As climate change has morphed into a climate crisis over the past twenty years, the proposed […]
The progressive pieces are coming together. Jason Hickel is an anthropologist who works on political economy and global justice. He teaches at Goldsmiths, University of London. His most recent book, Less is More, just appeared. […]
The false nostrums of the pseudo-science of neoclassical economics have been used to create a system that promotes endlessly increasing consumption of resources and endless elaboration of technology. This system already operates far beyond the […]
The planet’s fast-shrinking carbon budget should be used to improve conditions of world’s poorest Read the report here The richest one percent of the world’s population are responsible for more than twice as much carbon […]