A reading list around how different theories of the climate crisis shape our understanding of what must be done.
How can we develop a theory and practice of ecological counterpower that is commensurate to the coming catastrophe? Davide Gallo Lassere on the limits of Andreas Malm's ecological Leninism.
In a series of two articles, Davide Gallo Lassere explores the history and present state of global warming, fossil fuels and Covid-19 in critical dialogue with Andreas Malm's eco-Marxism.
Alyssa Battistoni responds to Andreas Malm, part of Verso's new ebook, Property Will Cost Us the Earth: "It is oddly comforting to think that blowing up a pipeline would succeed where existing movements have failed."
A climate manifesto from the Frente Nacional Anti-Minero in Ecuador, a new national front of seventy-eight communities and organizations organizing against mining and for anti-capitalist resistance.
"There can be only one accurate description of the situation: out of control."
Radical political solutions to the climate crisis.
The history of sabotage as a suppressed tool of the labor movement, and what it can bring to a new generation of climate activism.
Alice Swift on the history of Reclaim the Power and Ende Gelände.
Who are the activists of Extinction Rebellion, and how has their particular set of tactics come to set the limits for climate activism?