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What could direct action look like in the context of COP26?
Andreas Malm response to critics of How to Blow Up a Pipeline and asks when, and how, will the militant resistance movement emerge.
Malm and the Zetkin Collective's latest contribution reveals the racist roots of ecofascism.
Introducing this month's Verso Roundtable, a series of three articles in conversation with Andreas Malm's new book, How to Blow Up a Pipeline.
On the publication of his new book, How to Blow Up a Pipeline, Andreas Malm reaffirms the call for climate action
Andreas Malm on his new book, 'Corona, Climate, Chronic Emergency: War Communism in the Twenty-First Century' with Alex Doherty.
One Marxist line of inquiry into environmental problems has outshone all others in creativity and productivity: the theory of the metabolic rift.
In an interview, Andreas Malm describes how he came to study ecology and considers the prospects for the climate movement.
Outside of hard climate science, history should be the preeminent field for the study of global warming.