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Let them eat shit

15 Feb 2007

What does the outbreak of avian flu in Suffolk teach us about capitalist factory farming? Eddie Ford outlines a communist alternative

Socialism or catastrophe

08 Feb 2007

There is no solution to global warming under capitalism, says Jim Moody in response to the UN report on the issue

Red and green

30 Nov 2006

Do you have to be red to be green?' was a debate between Pete Dickenson of the SP and the Green Party's 'male principal speaker', Derek Wall. Simon Wells reports

Absolutely insane

16 Nov 2006

Simon Wells reviews Helen Caldicott's book Nuclear power is not the answer, New Press, 2006, pp221, £13.99

Development needed

02 Nov 2006

Fiddling while planet Earth burns

02 Nov 2006

Simon Wells reviews George Monbiot's Heat: how to stop the planet burning Penguin, 2006, pp276, £17.99

Change and climate inseparable

02 Nov 2006

Climate change and the necessity of communism

02 Nov 2006

No to market solutions. Jack Conrad explains why capitalism is the problem

The limits of green politics

26 Oct 2006

Green politics have caught on in a big way. Jack Conrad explores their contours, limitations and contradictions

The power of reason and the market

28 Sep 2006

Simon Wells is not impressed by the market solutions to climate change advocated by Al Gore in Davis Guggenheim's film An inconvenient truth

Prophet flawed

10 Aug 2006

Green Party member Derek Wall remembers Murray Bookchin (1921-2006)

No future in the past

29 Jun 2006

Jack Conrad questions the romantic image of prehistory presented by green thinkers

On your bike

08 Jun 2006

Phil Kent criticises the limitations of greenism

Changing solutions

08 Jun 2006

Tony Stevens says broadness for its own sake will achieve nothing, as the June 3 Campaign against Climate Change conference showed

Changes and responses

01 Jun 2006

Climate change is nothing new. Nor can we stop it. What we need, insists Jack Conrad, is a society that can cope with sudden change