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 […]
In Slowdown, Danny Dorling challenges the idea that we are living through an era of unprecedented economic and technological acceleration, instead putting forward an argument in favour of the inevitability and desirability of deceleration. Published in the […]
Ecocide and corporations are two sides of the same coin Jonathan Cook is an award-winning British journalist based in Nazareth, Israel, since 2001 Cross-posted from Jonathan’s website To read the tweets in this article in […]
Thousands of climate activists have added their names to a new campaign spearheaded by Greta Thunberg, asking the European Commission to retract a farming policy that they say would make it impossible to reach the […]
V. Belov / shutterstock Alexandru Gociu, Trinity College Dublin and Suryapratim Roy, Trinity College Dublin Almost all of Norway’s electricity comes from hydropower and its domestic emissions are relatively low, meaning the country is often […]
The EU’s Brown Deal is becoming increasingly visible. Still people refuse to accept the fact that the corrupt EU political class serves international corporations, not its citizens. Read here
The IMF, the World Bank, the EU (with its Brown Deal), the fossil fuel corporations all claim to have solutions for climate change. All of them preclude the primacy of international corporations and their profits. […]
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.