Geoengineering schemes — still largely hypothetical — not only fail to address the underlying causes of climate change; they carry their own profound political, economic, and ecological risks.
The sea has long been a defining feature, indeed an inevitability in Cuban art, literature, and life. Now it turns ominous.
The tragic fires in Greece are the result of anarchic real estate speculation, climate change, and austerity.
One Marxist line of inquiry into environmental problems has outshone all others in creativity and productivity: the theory of the metabolic rift.
Ashley Dawson, David Harvey, Mychal Johnson, and Catherine Seavitt discuss the future of cities in the face of climate chaos.
Can we conceive of revolutions in the name of climate justice, and if so, what do they look like?
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In an interview, Andreas Malm describes how he came to study ecology and considers the prospects for the climate movement.
2017 demonstrated that climate chaos is happening here and now rather than in some distant future.
A documentary video on the ZAD by artist Oliver Ressler.