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Empty shelves at a grocery store in La Vern, Southern California. Image: Russ Allison Loar/Flickr
Khadijah Kanji | Hoarding and price gouging are foundational to a capitalist system, one governed by the logic that the limitless capacity to accumulate is the impetus for human innovation and productive activity.
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Satellite image of fires burning the Amazon rainforest on August 11 and August 13, 2019. Image: NASA Goddard Space Flight Center/Flickr
Ed Finn | The outbreak of thousands of fires in the Brazilian rainforest starkly exposes the refusal of the world's business and political leaders to take the threat of climate change seriously.
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Diana Yoon, Ian Borsuk | The Canadian government should show leadership and halt trade negotiations with the Mercosur Bloc (which includes Brazil) to stop an unprecedented acceleration in deforestation of the Amazon.
Podcast
Introducing - RadioLabour Canada on rabble.ca
rabble staff | rabble.ca welcomes long running international labour show RadioLabour to rabble podcasts. Enjoy the inaugural show!
Columnists
Amazon sign in Birmingham, U.K. Photo: Elliott Brown/Wikimedia Commons
Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | Will Amazon's HQ2 spark a magical, high-tech age, or will it kill small businesses, drive up rents and leave the cadaver of a working-class neighbourhood in its wake?
Podcast
Melinda Tuhus | Diverse strategies are key to advocating for the Earth.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | When Chevron bought Texaco in 2001, it inherited its liability for the devastation of Amazon rain forest in the late 1960s. Now Chevron is fighting to avoid paying billions of dollars in damages.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | There are still hunter-gatherer groups in the Amazon who have had little or no contact with the outside world. Oil and gas exploration brings the threat of disease and catastrophic loss of life.
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Penney Kome | Business and media leaders hail Jeff Bezos as an innovator, for having founded the Amazon online bookstore, which has changed the entire publishing industry -- now he wants to get into groceries.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | The Achuar people live along the border of Peru and Ecuador. Last month they won a long battle to stop a Canadian energy company from drilling in their territory.
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Sarah Laskow | An Ecuadorian judge ordered Chevron this week to pay $8.6 billion in damages for polluting the Amazon rainforest from 1964 until 1990.
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Joshua Kahn Russell | Chevron CEO John Watson was invited to speak about "The Energy Economy" at the University of Chicago business school, Chicago Booth this morning. Some wily activists paid him a visit.