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Online Discussion: The Pipeline Riots and the Riot Pipeline: Struggles in a Warming World, with Joshua Clover and Andreas Malm

Online Discussion: The Pipeline Riots and the Riot Pipeline: Struggles in a Warming World, with Joshua Clover and Andreas Malm Pipeline-Riots: Ökonomische und ökologische Kämpfe in einer erhitzen Welt. Mit Joshua Clover und Andreas Malm Vielfalt Sozialistischen Denkens Anmeldung / …

Online Discussion: The Pipeline Riots and the Riot Pipeline: Struggles in a Warming World, with Joshua Clover and Andreas Malm

Prole Wave: climate change, circulation struggles & the communist horizon

A recent wave of protest activity against climate change, and general environmental degradation, has been seen around the world. But curiously open revolt around the world has not centered around climate change itself, but rather around circulation struggles: the name …

Prole Wave: climate change, circulation struggles & the communist horizon

Something in the Air and On the Road: Carbon Emission and Our Nation’s Largest Source of CO2

When talking about the environment and climate change, the conversation will inevitably turn to carbon. Often tossed into that discussion are things like emissions or your carbon footprint. But what do these terms really mean? Not just for us, but …

Something in the Air and On the Road: Carbon Emission and Our Nation’s Largest Source of CO2

Cheap Food and Bad Climate: From Surplus Value to Negative Value in the Capitalist World-Ecology

ABSTRACT Capitalism, understood as a world-ecology that joins accumulation, power, and nature in dialectical unity, has been adept at evading so-called Malthusian dynamics through an astonishing historical capacity to produce, locate, and occupy cheap natures external to the system. In …

Cheap Food and Bad Climate: From Surplus Value to Negative Value in the Capitalist World-Ecology

The Nordhaus Racket: How to use capitalization to minimize the cost of climate change and win a ‘Nobel’ for ‘sustainable growth’

The LA Times called the bluff: William D. Nordhaus won the Nobel prize in economics for a climate model that minimized the cost of rising global temperatures and undermined the need for urgent action. ‘The economics Nobel went to a …

The Nordhaus Racket: How to use capitalization to minimize the cost of climate change and win a ‘Nobel’ for ‘sustainable growth’

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