Biodiversity / Biodevastation

Solar Ends Growth

by Henry Robertson Posted on Sep 24 2022

Sun shines, winds blow Plants grow, waters flow They’re all sunshine in the end Sunshine is the one great flow […]

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Biodiversity / Biodevastation

Around the World in Drought

by Robert Hunziker Posted on Aug 18 2022

Carbon emissions have turned the planet into a heat machine. According to SPEI Global Drought Monitor, severe drought is now […]

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Biodiversity / Biodevastation

Paper Straws are not Enough

by Robert Hunziker Posted on Aug 13 2022

As the UK suffered its hottest-ever temperatures only recently, Amy Goodman, host of Democracy Now, interviewed Britain’s erudite environmental journalist […]

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Biodiversity / Biodevastation

Breakdown of the Marine Food Web

by Robert Hunziker Posted on Aug 08 2022

For the first time, a significant loss at the base of the marine food web has been detected. The Scottish […]

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Biodiversity / Biodevastation

Greenland Threatens

by Robert Hunziker Posted on Jul 22 2022

Greenland is sending signals to coastal metropolises around the world that it’s never too early to start building seawalls. These […]

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DSA and the Democratic Party

by Peter Drucker Posted on Oct 31 2022

The past six years have seen the greatest expansion of the US socialist movement in almost eight decades. Surprisingly to […]

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AFRICOM in the Congo

by Kambale Musavuli Posted on Sep 05 2022

Its immeasurable mineral resources have made the Congo the victim of a long history of Western greed, plunder, and genocidal […]

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Less of What We Don't Need

Game Of Nuclear Chicken In Zaporozhye

by Prabir Purkayastha Posted on Aug 31 2022

It defies logic why the Russians themselves would shell a plant which, by all accounts, is under their control. All […]

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Less of What We Don't Need

Class Struggle Or Degrowth?

by Gray Maddrey Posted on Aug 18 2022

In his recent book, Climate Change as Class War, Matthew Huber argues that the ecological crisis is primarily caused by the […]

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