[Note: Left Green Perspectives was published regularly between 1986 and early 1999, with an additional issue in January 2000. The prices listed with each issue represent the cover price at the time of publication; print editions are no longer available.] Issue #1 (January 1986) $.50: “The Greening of Politics: Toward a New Kind of Political …
Thanks to Vincent Gerber in Geneva, we now have copies of several of the issues of Green Perspectives and Left Green Perspectives that were previously missing from this site as well as from other online sources. Click on Read More for live download links to issues # 9, 11, 12, 13, and 39, as well as links to issues available at academia.edu and other websites.
Two issues of the print journal, Communalism, were published in Norway in 2009-2010 by the collective that now produces the New Compass webzine. This was the Spring/Summer 2010 issue.
Featured authors include: Mat Little, Brian Tokar, Ken Furan, Teresa Hayter, Atle Hesmyr, Matthias Küntzel, Ben Grosscup, and Sveinung Legard.
Two issues of the print journal, Communalism, were published in Norway in 2009-2010 by the collective that now produces the New Compass webzine. This issue was published in December 2009.
Includes articles from: Jonathan Korsár, Mat Little, Sveinung Legard, Brian Tokar, Adam Krause, and Andy Price.
The Institute For Social Ecology has published several issues of Harbinger, A Journal of Social Ecology. This was our first issue (online only) since the original Harbinger journal of the 1980s. Table of contents is here; scroll to page 2 below for articles.
Social ecologists in Norway and Sweden have been publishing Communalism as an online webzine for many years, and published two outstanding print issues in 2009 and 2010. Their website at communalism.net is currently being redesigned, and more information about these journals will be available shortly.
Between 1992 and 1995, the Institute supported the publication of 7 issues of the journal Society and Nature, which was edited by ISE alumnus Pavlos Stavropoulos in Colorado, along with Takis Fotopolous in the U.K. and several colleagues in Greece, who published a Greek-language edition. In 1995, the journal changed its name to Democracy and Nature and, over time, its focus shifted away from social ecology. Archives, including the full text of many articles, can be found at www.democracynature.org. Takis Fotopoulos continues to publish the International Journal of Inclusive Democracy, which he founded in 2004.
Whether the twenty-first century will be the most radical of times or the most reactionary—or will simply lapse into a gray era of dismal mediocrity—will depend overwhelmingly upon the kind of social movement and program that social radicals create out of the theoretical, organizational, and political wealth that has accumulated during the past two centuries …