In the early days of the Internet, politicians embraced digital utopianism. Now, governments are struggling to understand -- let alone regulate -- the inner workings of tech monopolies.
The big corporations that grow, process, refine, salt-and-sugar-stuff, calorie-maximize, and sell the foods that make us sick derive enormous profits from doing so.
Transnational consumerism blends into unimaginable forms in Romania to populate the market.
Grassroots groups and the water justice movement will play a critical role in building an alternative post-capitalist economy, one that prioritizes water justice over profit.
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Svend Robinson says that the upcoming federal election is our last chance to reverse climate change. A talk from Vancouver on April 24, 2019 about the links between capitalism and climate change.
It was a remarkable moment when George Monbiot called for the overthrow of capitalism on a BBC talk show. What's next?
The passengers in a leaky lifeboat can't logically be divided into winners and losers. Either they all win, or they all lose.
Claims by billionaires like Bill Gates about capitalism heroically lifting humankind out of poverty turn out to be easily debunked. Imagine if that news got out.
SNC-Lavalin had every reason to expect a rescue from a political party whose election campaigns it had so generously funded, and with whom it had developed such a long and cozy relationship.
Corporations have always found ways to capitalize on the political climate. Now we're seeing Gillette and Canada Goose commodifying social justice to find new markets.