Permaculture ethics must be critically engaged with the politics that determine the land access of Earth Care; who is considered sufficiently human to receive membership in People Care; and who or what should be included in the apportioning of Fair Share.
Against malthusian despair and apolitical apathy: For a movement towards the constitution of non-capitalist nature
Ecosocialism, to borrow from Marx and Engels, is not an eco-social state of affairs to be established but the real movement that abolishes the present eco-social state of things.
Call for Papers, Pictures and Participation for a Special Issue on the Theme of: “Power, Peace and Protest: Ecosocialist-Ecofeminist Action, Vision, Alternatives”
The Women’s March on Washington is counted as one of the largest demonstrations in U.S. history. The day spotlighted the considerable capacities of women’s movements (including women and allies of all genders and sexualities), including their powers of fertility and creativity, and their capacities to
A response to “Do Bees Produce Value? A conversation between an ecological economist and a Marxist geographer”
For the original post, please visit “Do Bees Produce Value?” What a delight to read this dialogue! Erik Swyngedouw sums up by saying: “It is not Marxist theory that has limits, it is the actual practice and workings of capitalism that have gigantic limits. And with respect to nature, it
A conversation between Giorgos Kallis and Erik Swyngedouw
In a prequel to his notorious endorsement of Donald Trump, Slavoj Zizek wrote “Addressing the Impossible” in Socialist Register 2017: Rethinking Revolution. His message: forget about alternatives to real existing capitalism, and by clear implication any chance of preventing climate catastrophe. How inspiring to millennials!
Bringing a radical, eco-socialist, and Marxist perspective at the European Society for Environmental History Conference.