Water Crises Portend Socialism or Barbarism
Catastrophic floods, droughts, and infrastructure failures highlight the ecological dangers of capitalism, and the urgent need for socialism.
Signý A.October 1, 2022
Environmental Racism Leads to Water Crisis in Jackson, Mississippi
Jackson, Mississippi, a city whose population is more than 80 percent Black, has been without clean reliable water for days, adding to the ongoing water issues due to decades of neglect and divestment.
Molly RosenzweigSeptember 2, 2022
Climate Change Causes Torrential Flooding in Pakistan, Dispossessing Millions
Due to increased monsoon rains caused by climate change, Pakistan has been hit by catastrophic floods, killing over 1,000 people and displacing thousands more.
Molly RosenzweigAugust 28, 2022
Democrats’ ‘Climate Bill’ Puts Polluters before People and the Planet
Congressional Democrats, supported by President Biden, just passed a major spending bill focused on climate change, health care, and taxes. But it’s no win for the climate or the working class.
Robert BelanoAugust 13, 2022
The Mediterranean Sea Hits 86ºF — 10ºF Higher than Expected
Massive evaporation, torrential rains, prolonged extreme humid heat, and dying marine life — these are among the consequences of this summer’s heat wave as the waters of the Mediterranean Sea reach record levels.
Pedro VantasJuly 27, 2022
As Europe Burns, Biden Puts Profits over the Climate
As the global working class combats the deadly climate crisis, Biden and Democrats offer little except loyalty to capital and the U.S. war machine.
David KainJuly 23, 2022
Climate Crisis in Europe: Here We Tread upon a Spark
Europe has been struck with a deadly heatwave, with temperatures exceeding 40°C (104°F). We need a radical ecological transition out of this catastrophe.
Antoine RambozJuly 22, 2022
Canada Is Trying to Send Indigenous Water Protectors to Prison
As heat waves kill people across the Global North, Canada’s government is escalating its attacks on Wet’suwet’en water protectors as part of its efforts to suppress Indigenous rights and the climate movement.
Sam CarlinerJuly 21, 2022
Honduras: Two Years after the Abduction of Four Garífuna Land Defenders, The Struggle Continues
Two years ago, four young land defenders were abducted from the Garífuna community of Triunfo de la Cruz, in northern Honduras. The state has yet to provide any significant information regarding their whereabouts. In an interview, community leader César Benedith describes the Garifuna community’s continued struggle for answers and for its land.
Marisela TrevinJuly 18, 2022
You Can’t ‘Green’ the Military (You Have to Fight It)
The armed forces of state violence are "going green", but they're no friends of the environment. We need an internationalist climate movement that's strongly opposed to militaries, police, prisons, and borders.
B.C. DaurelleJune 22, 2022