Can we decarbonise the economy by wielding the current energy infrastructure differently, or do we have to scrap it and start again? Tony Martel is an ecosocialist organiser and a PhD Candidate located in Gqeberha, […]
Durand attempts to find a middle ground for eco-socialism between eco-modernist and degrowth perspectives on the left. In New Left Review’s ‘Sidecar’. Read the article HERE.
Attempt to reduce carbon emissions from housing risk running into multiple ‘Yellow Vest’ moments unless housing is made a social good, not a for-profit asset. Julieta Perucca is an experienced human rights advocate, previously working […]
A deadly case study in how crises – in this case climate and refugees – interweave. Read the article HERE.
The EU Critical Raw Materials Act, supposedly motivated by concern over climate change, may perversely have been about overriding environmental regulations at the national level. Tatyana Novikova reports on issues of nuclear power and sustainable […]
On the climate crisis and the political class. In New Left Review’s ‘Sidecar’. Read the article HERE.
An overview of the heatwave in Europe. Read the article HERE.
As record temperatures are smashed all over the world, it’s clear we are losing the fight against climate catastrophe, but we must keep fighting. Bill McKibben is the Schumann Distinguished Scholar at Middlebury College and […]
Simultaneous floods in major food producing regions could seriously undermine global food supply. Published by ‘Science Alert’. Read the article HERE.
Review of The Paradox of Svalbard: Climate Change and Globalisation in the Arctic by Zdenka Sokolíčková (Pluto Press, 2023). In ‘Jacobin’. Read the article HERE.