Why the wind, and energy it produces, should not be private property
A deeply affecting–and infuriating–portrait of the life and death of a courageous indigenous leader
What does the rise of the far right mean for the battle against climate change?
A devastating case against the world’s largest oil company.
A fast-paced eco-thriller of thwarted water privatization.
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Facing irreversible climate change, the planet is en route to apocalypse
Dissecting the new theoretical buzzword of the “Anthropocene”
“An engaging journey through the sector’s murkiest crevices, shot through with ill-concealed disgust at the corruption at its heart.” —Financial Times
Why have we failed to address the crisis of hunger in the twenty-first century?
An urgent, freely downloadable ebook that asks: should we start blowing up pipelines, occupying coal mines, and destroying property to address global climate change?
An attack on the idea that nature and society are impossible to distinguish from each other
An urgent and passionate plea for a new and ecologically sustainable vision of the good life
A clarion call to rethink natural resource extraction beyond the extractive industries
In the twenty-first century, all politics are climate politics
After Covid-19 and in the face of ecological disaster, how can the Left win a world fit for Life?
A radical manifesto for the transformation of post-pandemic politics
How two centuries of Indigenous resistance created the movement proclaiming “Water is life”
A journey along a controversial European pipeline becomes a profound exploration of the oil economy.
A deft and caustic takedown of the new prophets of profit, from Bill Gates to Oprah