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The Environmental Movement at the Crossroads
Gang Green or New Green?
Zeese, Kevin; Flowers, Margaret
There is a growing culture of resistance in the environment movement
Five Challenges for Ecosocialists in 2008
Ecosocialism is not separate from the existing left and green movements, and it is not a structured movement on its own. Rather, it is a current of thought within existing socialist and green-left mov...
Green nationalism? How the far right could learn to love the environment
Catterall, Peter Paul
Myths of a pagan past in harmony with nature have been a feature of green nationalism, from its beginnings through to the Anastasia ecovillages in contemporary Russia where - unlike their equivalent h...
A political ideology which places a high importance on environmental goals, and on achieving these goals through broad-based, grassroots, participatory democracy.
How green are your ethics?
The assumption that underlies much of the discussion on carbon neutrality is that any activity that emits CO2 - and that means virtually every human activity - is something to apologise for. All human...
Manifesto for the Green Mind
Jules Pretty sets out a plan to engage people with Nature and create more sustainable and enjoyable living for everyone.
Jules Pretty sets out a plan to engage people with Nature and create more sustainable and enjoyable living for everyone. The first call to action is: "Every child outdoors every day".
Other Voices: The Connexions Newsletter - July 23, 2016
Workers and Climate Change
Diemer, Ulli (ed.)
Serial Publication (Periodical)
Working people -- and most of us are workers -- are affected by climate change in every aspect of our lives. As climate change worsens, our lives will worsen. If we are successful in bringing about th...
Remembering the Earth Day Wall Street Action
In 1989 the Greens held their national gathering in Eugene, Oregon. That was before they had entered national electoral politics, when they still focused on grassroots organizing, and what we now call...
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