David Camfield on competing strategic visions of the fight for climate justice today, and why mass movements are indispensable. Excerpted from the new book Future on Fire: Capitalism and the Politics of Climate Change.
Dayna Nadine Scott on the struggle for Indigenous jurisdiction and vital infrastructures in Ontario’s Ring of Fire region.
"this second / we could all be / deciding to build / a global movement / of workers against war / & militarism..." A new poem by stevie redwood.
"What could plenty mean, in a finite planet?" Richard Seymour on ecofascism, the deepening climate crisis, and the shape of an abundance worth fighting for.
Rawan Nabil on climate vulnerability in Palestine, and the need to understand the struggle against Israeli apartheid as a climate justice struggle.
In two new poems, Dominick Knowles traces capitalist exploitation's omnipresence: from the darkest depths of the sea to the broken surfaces of the city.
"In less than ten years / cities will drown." A poem by Sanchari Sur.
Tara Olivetree (Ehrcke) on the critical role of the labour movement in the fight for climate justice, and how labour and climate activists can convince workers to take on that struggle.
Sudipta Saha on how climate justice and health justice during the COVID-19 pandemic (and beyond) are inextricably linked, different facets of the same struggle.
David Camfield on the dead end of technocratic responses to climate crisis, and how only social movements can lead the way to climate justice.