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By Kim Scipes / 11 May 2018
Students in Gary, Indiana fight environmental racism, trying to stop a "solid waste processing facility" from being established within 100 feet of their school.
By Colin Todhunter / 11 May 2018
Indian cities are in crisis. Spend any length of time in a large city there and you will notice the overcrowding, the power and water shortages and, during monsoon, the streets that transform into stinking, litter-strewn rivers. At times, these cities can be almost unbearable to live in. Little wonder then that the concept of ‘smart cities’ is taking hold among policy makers, however ... Read more
By Jean Batou / 09 May 2018
Jean Batou deconstructs the simplistic interpretations of Marx's work that have obscured his relevance for our time.
By Hannibal Rhoades and Benjamin Hitchcock Auciello / 06 May 2018
On the 26th March 2017, citizens from the mountainous municipality of Cajamarca, Colombia, voted, with a 98% majority, to ban South African miner AngloGold Ashanti’s vast La Colosa gold mining project, in a ‘popular consultation’ led by grassroots youth activists and small-scale farmers. One year on, and Cajamarca’s victory has helped inspire a much wider movement of citizens and municipalities... Read more
By Danny Katch / 29 April 2018
The problem is that we can't just vote socialism into existence. Even if Sanders were elected president--and the bipartisan U.S. political system has and will continue to deploy every trick to make sure he's not--most of the wealth by far that could be redistributed is the private property of the 1 Percent. That's the biggest reason we can't seem to stop climate change: the laws of capitalism... Read more
By Richard Heinberg / 29 April 2018
I really don’t think that most mainstream climate environmental organizations are operating with any kind of intentional strategy in which they think that what they are doing will lead to positive change. When groups are mobilizing their members to “send a message” or “make their voices heard” to [US Secretary of the Interior Ryan] Zinke, [Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott]... Read more
By Uki Goni / 28 April 2018
The sudden appearance of a network of new rivers in Argentina’s central province of San Luis has puzzled scientists, worried environmentalists and disheartened farmers. It has also raised urgent questions over the environmental cost of Argentina’s dependence on soya beans, its main export crop. “The roar was terrifying,” said Risatti, remembering that morning three years ago. “The land had... Read more

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