“There have been significant links between environmentalism and Right-wing politics for more than a century,” Staudenmaier writes in his new book Ecology Contested: Environmental Politics Between Left and Right. “Knowingly or not, the perpetrators of the Christchurch and El Paso massacres continued that tradition.”
More videos from the summer gathering, Building Ecosocialism Below, a collaboration of the ISE with folks from Cooperation Jackson and the People’s Network for Land and Liberation. The videos feature presentations by Kali Akuno, Mason Herson-Hord and many others.
Four online classes starting in October!
A public forum held in Marshfield, Vermont, concluding an 8-day national gathering organized by the ISE and members of Mississippi-based Cooperation Jackson.
An outlook from Uruguay describes how communalists can engage effectively with social movement groups and popular organizations.
A portrait of young people caught up in the political and cultural upheavals of the 1960s.
Now available on our YouTube channel.
The Institute for Social Ecology is seeking a new Program Director to collaborate with our current staff and board. This position includes a combination of educational programming, organizational administration, promotion/outreach, and public …
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On March 25, 2022, the Institute for Social Ecology hosted a discussion with Tom Goldtooth, Executive Director of the Indigenous Environmental Network (IEN) on how climate change and indigenous self-determination …
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This talk by Brian Hioe explores China and left politics today.