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By Gunnar Rundgren / 19 March 2018
It is possible to feed more than 9 billion people with organic production methods with a small increase in the required crop acreage and with decreased greenhouse gas emission. But this assumes considerable reduction in food wastage and in the quantities of feed grown to animals. Picture: Ann-Helen Meyer von BremenThat is the conclusion in the paper Strategies for feeding the world more... Read more
By Bryan Miranda / 18 March 2018
A march against Shell and Exxon’s gas drilling drew thousands in the northern Dutch city of Groningen on Jan. 19, after a heavy earthquake rocked the region earlier this month. Ten thousand people — a record number for Groningen — marched through the city with torches and chanted slogans scolding the government, as well as its partners Shell and Exxon, for the gas operations they say are... Read more
By Javier Sethness / 18 March 2018
Javier Sethness interviews science fiction novelist Kim Stanley Robinson about the post-capitalist future explored in his books.
By Kristin Ross / 18 March 2018
Kristin Ross discusses how the Paris Commune remains valuable as a resource for anti-systtemic movements today.
By David Istvan / 10 March 2018
Settled agriculture, cities, nation-states, information technology and every other facet of the modern world have unfolded within a long era of climatic good fortune. Those days are gone. Sea levels are rising; climate is becoming less stable; average temperatures are increasing. Civilization emerged in a geological era known as the Holocene. Some have called our new climate era the Anthropocene... Read more
By Samuel Decker / 09 March 2018
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By Paul Street / 08 March 2018
Paul Street examines the role of the NRA and concludes that their true purpose is the promotion of fascism.