ISE board member Eleanor Finley has a new article titled Beyond the Limits of Nature: A social-ecological view of growth and degrowth. Part of the series Ecology after capitalism, it draws on Bookchin’s work to interrogate the limits of the degrowth perspective and contrasts it with social ecology’s analysis of post-scarcity and ecological development.
Theme is “Linking Protest and Social Transformation: Social Ecology and the Future of Our Movements,” and sessions will be held at the California Institute for Integral Studies.
ISE affiliate Aaron Vansintjan has written an engaging article that analyzes the strengths and weaknesses of two of the most widely discussed political tendencies on the left today, Accelerationism and Degrowth, exploring their political priorities, vision, and blind spots.
Interviewed by Michael Caplan Amaan, a recent refugee to the United States, participated in the Institute For Social Ecology’s Ecology and Community program in the summer of 1999. Amaan is of Oromo decent. Like most Oromos, he lived in oppressive circumstances under the rule of the “Ethiopian Empire State.” As a people the Oromo make […]