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Hundreds gather in San Francisco with the youth led Sunrise Movement. Photo: Peg Hunter/Flickr
Jennifer Scarlott | If fossil capitalism is to lose the fight, it must be met by ecosocialism embodied in the strongest possible counterforce of environmental justice organizations and allies.
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John Foran | The Green New Deal offers us an opportunity to radicalize youth -- and the climate justice movement more broadly -- to consider ecosocialism, and system change not climate change.
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Hundreds gather in San Francisco with the youth led Sunrise Movement. Photo: Peg Hunter/Flickr
Ted Franklin | Labour's skepticism is the elephant in the room confronting organizers fighting for a Green New Deal ambitious enough to avoid catastrophic climate change.
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Carol Dansereau | The Green New Deal will be either our final illusion or a gateway to survival.
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Participants in Sunrise Movement protest in Washington. Photo: Becker1999/Flickr
Brad Hornick | The challenge is an immense one. Emergency response to a crisis means there is no longer any time for gradual, incremental or "non-disruptive" reductions in emissions.
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Sandra Lindberg | Green New Deal critics threaten because they are worried. But many people, especially those under 30, aren't afraid of the word "socialism" any longer.
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Dawn haze in Puebla, Mexico. Photo: Timothy Neesam/Flickr
Naomi Klein | On Sunday, August 1, the entire New York Times Magazine was composed of just one article on a single subject: the failure to confront the global climate crisis in the 1980s.
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System Change, Not Climate Change sign. Photo: Joe Brusky/flickr
Brad Hornick | For ecosocialists, ecological alternatives are not possible within the framework of capitalism, so socialist demands must be articulated alongside transitional concrete ecological demands and reforms.
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Redeye Collective | Geologists say that humanity's impact on the Earth has been so profound that it's ushered in a whole new, deeply unstable, geological era, which they are calling the Anthropocene.
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Dawn in the Anthropocene
Roger Annis | Capitalism has run so amok, producing so much waste and life-destroying pollution, that scientists now say that Earth has entered an entirely new epoch: the Anthropocene.
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Roger Annis | The climate change summit in Paris in December 2015 was an historic recognition that the world is facing a ecological emergency. But corporate Canada still has its head in the (tar) sand.
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Gary Engler | It is critical that we not just condemn capitalism. We also need positive suggestions about how to replace it.