This is an excellent essay summarizing the debate around the Green New Deal and degrowth, and questions of political strategy:
As time rolls on and the ipcc’s deadlines for reducing the rise in global temperatures get closer, the prospect of climate catastrophe looms larger, and the problem of how to avert it becomes ever more pressing. This is the question that has been under discussion in recent numbers of New Left Review. The debate has featured interventions from a number of distinct positions, on both sides of the Atlantic and across different political generations. One way of comparing the contributions is to regard them as providing different answers to the question: what does the world need to cut in order to avoid global disaster?