Marxist Ecology in the light of Contemporary Ecological Thought: reflections on the Ontological questions in dark, deep and Marxist ecology / by Varun Wighmal 

The paper strives to explore some fundamental debates concerning the question of ecology, nature and culture in Marxian corpus. First, it attempts to explicate the differences and commonalities between the philosophical conception of nature in Marxism and contemporary and old ecological thoughts like Dark ecology of Timothy Morton and Deep ecology of Arne Naess. Second,Continue reading “Marxist Ecology in the light of Contemporary Ecological Thought: reflections on the Ontological questions in dark, deep and Marxist ecology / by Varun Wighmal “

You can’t have it both ways—just transition requires demilitarization / by Joshua K. McEvoy

An F-35A Lightning II during a flight near the Vermont Air National Guard Base, South Burlington, Vermont, December 9, 2021. Photo courtesy United States Air Force/Wikimedia Commons. We must recognize the role of militarization in perpetuating climate and ecological destruction As many others have pointed out, last month’s announcement of the Liberal-NDP supply and confidence agreement included veryContinue reading “You can’t have it both ways—just transition requires demilitarization / by Joshua K. McEvoy”