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Johnson’s 10-point eco-plan

it is a pathetic attempt to claw back some personal credibility following his disastrous handling of the Covid crisis and a response to pressure from UN Secretary-General, António Guterres, for Britain to set an example when it hosts COP 26 at the end of next year in Glasgow.

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6th December 2020 // 1 Comment

Jim McVicar, 1958-2020

Sad passing of a true Scottish militant Socialist Resistance and Fourth International supporters in Britain were deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Jim McVicar on [...]

4th December 2020 // 0 Comments

Socialisms: A critical debate

Parker makes us perceive opaque bifurcations, ideological shifts and new official narratives covering diverse form of integration within – but also still resistances to – the new capitalist world (dis)order.

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4th December 2020 // 0 Comments

Bringing more women to socialism

“Imaginings of a feminist, anti-capitalist future can only happen when women are incorporated into the movement in good faith and not as tokens.”

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28th November 2020 // 0 Comments

Ecosocialism: the strategic debate

We are the first with the information to understand the full depth of this crisis, and we are likely to be the last with the chance to do anything about it. No other generation has faced such a challenge or such a responsibility.

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27th November 2020 // 0 Comments

From the Ground Up – the climate movement gets in shape for COP26

If anyone thought the pandemic had silenced the climate movement, this event should have set them straight. It showed that this movement is now a key site where concerns, anger and proposals over the combined climate, health and economic crises are coming together.

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27th November 2020 // 0 Comments

Making Rewilding Part of a Socialist Future

Rewilding theory allows us to appreciate that landscape change is what happens without human intervention. Preventing landscape change requires human input, should be thought through, and should appreciate that there is a large labour and energy cost required to keep it this way.

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17th November 2020 // 4 Comments

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