Ted Trainer reaction to a recent article by Indrajit Samarajiva.Leer
The academic publisher Springer Publishing has recently canceled a contract to publish an important new book, Canadian Mining in the Aftermath of Genocides in Guatemala: The Violence, Corruption, and Impunity of Contemporary
[Mark H. Burton] The task is to promote enactable short-range policies that take us towards a post-growth future. These need to be transformational in effect, setting in motion a set of changes,
[Birch] When technology stops making our life easier and starts fueling inequality, stealing jobs, creating mental health issues and de-humanizing the people, it is time to say BASTA YA.
[Luis González Reyes] During this process there will be great social upheaval, and the suffering of wide swathes of the population is almost guaranteed. For this reason, focusing on justice and democracy
[Manuel Casal-Lodeiro] Text of the talk at the Universidad Socioambiental de la Sierra de Guadarrama in the round table dialog about ecosocialism, ecofeminism, degrowth, and the Green New Deal, "Crossroads in the
(Transcription of original interview by Gema Castellano for Informativos.net, in December 2018. Translation: Amelia Burke —Fabricants de Futur— and Steven Johnson.) Gema Castellano: Antonio Turiel, researcher at CSIC. We’ve discussed energy two or
Review by Paco Puche of Carlos de Castro’s book Reencontrando a Gaia. A hombros de Lovelock y Lynn Margulis (Re-discovering Gaia. On James Lovelock and Lynn Margulis shoulders).
[Luis González Reyes] Contemplating a diminutive virus from the heights of anthropocentrism, the west, neoliberalism and globalization: maybe we could learn something from it.
An ecosocial modest proposal by Miguel Brieva from the coronavirus pandemic. How about if we take advantage of such a complex and extraordinary situation to draw some valuable conclusions?
Video by Global Justice Ecology Project on false natural solutions to Climate Change for the profit of companies and the destruction of indigenous land and resources.
Open letter by Marga Mediavilla to Fridays For Future: "There is one thing that worries me. In your speeches on climate change you can find demands for very ambitious decarbonization objectives proposing,
[Antonio Turiel] Don’t expect a breaking point, things are not going to change radically overnight, rather there will be a gradual fall, however not exactly a slow one.
[Xabier Vázquez Pumariño] A society with a little more consciousness and responsibility would be terrified of the surrounding continuous forest masses of pines, eucalyptus and acacias which are inflammable and inextinguishable, and