Toward a “Green New Deal”?

My friend and colleague Richard Greeman, now living in France, has recently added some provocative and forward-looking comments to the ongoing discussion of whether a “Green New Deal” — centered

New review of “Remaking Society”

From U. of Toronto information & library science graduate student Ian Reddy. Interestingly, he describes first discovering Murray Bookchin’s writings after reading some of his 1990s critics. The review offers a fresh look at a classic work in social ecology: http://contratexts.blogspot.com/2011/06/book-murray-bookchin-1989-remaking.html.

North & South, Ecology and Justice, Part 3

by Carmelo Ruiz-Marrero  (Last of 3 parts) New beacons Fortunately, there are a fair number of beacons in the quest to form and inform a reconciliation of “progresismo” with ecology

North & South, Ecology and Justice, Part 2

by Carmelo Ruiz-Marrero (Second of 3 parts) Beyond sustainable development Sustainable development as defined by the Brundtland Commission and the documents that came out of the Earth Summit did not