Monthly Archives: September 2020

EU’s farm animals ‘produce more emissions than cars and vans combined’ | Environment | The Guardian

Cows, pigs and other farm livestock in Europe are producing more greenhouse gases every year than all of the bloc’s cars and vans put together, when the impact of their feed is taken into account, according to a new analysis … Continue reading

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NYT: Climate Disruption Is Now Locked In (and irreversible?)

This New York Times article this morning announces that climate disaster is inevitable and irreversible! America is now under siege by climate change in ways that scientists have warned about for years. But there is a second part to their … Continue reading

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They Know How to Prevent Megafires. Why Won’t Anybody Listen?

A long read but very important overview of a complex environmental process brought on by growth of a certain kind. This is a story about frustration, about watching the West burn when you fully understand why it’s burning — and … Continue reading

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Political Openings: Class Struggle During and After the Pandemic – The Bullet

A long but important overview from Sam Ginden. How can degrowth fit in this new conjuncture? As the responses from parties and states to the rising discontent proved wanting, the crisis of legitimacy grew into a political crisis. Alongside popular … Continue reading

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